APIP BLOG TexturesKnits 2018 Post

Too much heat in a longer than usual summer has us feeling fall! We took to the studio and got literal with it by exploring the knits and weaves that make our sweaters so crave-worthy. These are the textures that have us ready for the cool down.

Our heathered yellow maternity sweater is the perfect piece to start with. The patterned stitch provides a visual aesthetic, while the stretchy and relaxed fit make it lightweight enough to work into these unexpectedly warmer months. [Now that October doesn’t want to leave the 70s and 80s back in summer!] Although we are partial to the deep golden tone, this style also comes in oatmeal and sea moss.

The next style will soften you right up. The cable knit is subtly striped with shades of beige, alternating between super soft and slightly soft fabric. It’s completed with a cowl neck and boyfriend fit, guaranteed to grow with your bump from now through winter. The featured maternity sweater comes in the color, neutral marl, but you can also love it in greyish/blue marl.

Our last sweater is a throw on and go on maternity staple that is quickly becoming the must have for fall/winter 18/19. The exclusive design is from our own Luxe Essentials Collection. Warm and relaxed and open and cuffed… this maternity sweater is the layering piece you won’t leave home without. We are shining a style spotlight on the olive version, but this one also comes in smoked paprika… both spicy tones that are trending right now.

Are you ready for true sweater weather? Show us how you feel fall with our fashions @apeainthepodmaternity #40weeksofchic

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