Clothes For Specific Trimesters
Congratulations on being a future mother! You are probably all supplied with different books that tell you what to do when you are pregnant but you may no know what kind of clothes to buy. There is no point in buying all the clothes at the beginning of your pregnancy and it is better to wait for your body to change and get new clothes every trimester. This way, you will know for sure that what you buy fits you perfectly and you will feel comfortable.
Your belly is already showing signs and although it may not be big yet, it may just be big enough to not fit in your regular pants. There is no point in buying a new pair of pants in your first trimester but you can consider a waistband extender. Most women don’t want to let people know about their pregnancy until the second trimester and you can do this by wearing loose clothes and by putting aside the tight ones. It can be easy to hide those few extra pounds you will gain in the first few weeks by wearing clothes that flow over your belly and hips.
The second trimester is when everything grows. To save some money, you can go for clothes that can be adjusted. As your belly will get bigger, you won’t have to buy new clothes or sacrifice comfort. Your breasts will also increase so it may be a good time to get some new bras which will fit. It is very likely that you will have to get a few sizes bigger but also think about comfort instead of style. If you are working, you will need something that will help you through the week and a nice wrap dress may be exactly what you are looking for.
That last trimester may seem a bit challenging. Your body has changed and you may feel a bit big and not in the mood for shopping. Consider getting a maxi dress; this is very comfortable and easy to wear, not to mention that it is the number one clothing item for women close to their due date. To make for a nice look, you can go for bigger accessories than what you normally wear.
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