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Rock the Bump: 8 Kate-inspired Maternity OutfitsBeing preggo doesn’t always mean wearing shapeless and boring clothes. Here are fab outfits inspired by the Duchess of Cambridge.
Since the day Kate Middleton tied the knot with Prince William, we’ve been in love with her sophisticated taste when it comes to fashion. She is known to strike an elegant balance between classic cuts and bold, striking prints, even now that she is sporting a baby bump. She has been flawlessly flaunting that beautiful mother-to-be glow with her selection of flattering silhouettes, a muse for designers such as Prabal Gurung, Alexander McQueen, and Diane Von Furstenberg, to name a few.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
But what style-philes love about the Duchess of Cambridge is that she has made it a point to stick to affordable, non-maternity clothes (she wears Zara and Topshop), making us commoners feel that we, too, can look as ravishing as her, if we know where to look. Expectant moms know now that they can still wear regular clothes that will make them look good while proudly showing off their growing belly at the same time.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
In just a few days (reports say she is due on July 17th), she’ll be officially giving birth to the royal heir. As we excitedly await that moment, we take a look at some of her best preggy looks, while drawing inspiration from them to recreate the same head-turning effect. What’s even better? These pieces are all easy on the pocket! Start checking them out when you go to the next page.
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Photos of Kate Middleton from Rex Features; photos of clothes, shoes and accessories by Mark Jesalva; styling and additional text by Nasia Cammayo1 of 9 NEXT
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