Grey and pink have always been a favourite combination of mine. Grey is so versatile so that if pink is not your thing, then swap it with another pastel colour – lime green, pale yellow or blue would also work well.
So, let’s break down this look:
During the early stages of pregnancy, you will probably be able to get away with wearing your normal non-maternity jeans – to get some more wear out of them, leave the buttons undone and use a belly band to cover the gap.
You are spoilt for choice when it comes to maternity jeans – with a range of styles and prices to suit any body and price range.
As your bump grows, make sure that you purchase shirts with enough material to cover your bump. As your pregnancy comes to an end, select shirts that have easy access for breastfeeding so that you can wear them post-pregnancy.
Here are a range of affordable scarfs that can be worn after pregnancy.