Just yesterday I commented that Teresa Palmer’s tshirt was a little too short for my liking – almost displaying her large bump. In these photographs, you can see what I was afraid of! Dressed very casually, Teresa’s shirt does not have enough length to cover her almost-ready-to-pop baby belly.
I get that Teresa is in the very last stages of her pregnancy and she would be wanting to wear the most comfortable clothing…..but this was not her best look.
The shirt, obviously, does not have enough length and her slip ons look really old and dirty. This outfit could have been improved by swapping the shirt for a white singlet or tank top and swapping the slip ons for a pair of comfy thongs (flip flops).
Australian Teresa Palmer, who is almost due to give birth, was photographed in LA dressed in grey skinny jeans, a striped top and black high top sneakers. She added a much needed splash of colour with her bright orange handbag.
It doesn’t look like Teresa’s shirt is a maternity shirt – her big bump is almost popping out – okay if you don’t mind people peeking at your belly but for me, I would prefer something with more length.
I’ve included some ideas below if you would like to copy Teresa’s style. Instead of a striped tshirt, I’ve included a link to a maternity shirt that will give you the cover you need in late pregnancy.
Recently married, Australian actress Teresa Palmer, was photographed shopping on Christmas Eve. Using these techniques, Teresa looked cool and chic dressed in all brown tones. The maxi skirtis a great pregnancy staple – allowing for your bump to grow. Teresa has kept her overall look as casual, yet well put together. I love the combination of the simple white singlet and the tan hat.
The only bummer for me is the shoes – a flat sandal / thong (flipflop) would have looked better.
Scroll down to the last photo to see Teresa and her husband (Mark Webber, not the formula one race car driver) on their wedding day. Teresa looks beautiful in this photograph – simple hair and makeup highlights how gorgeous she really is.