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Maternity Fashion Guide: Fall 2013

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Shopping for maternity clothes can be an exciting time for a new mom-to-be, but it can also become very expensive. There are several ways to get the most for your money when it comes to maternity shopping, and today I'll show you how to mix and match as many pieces as possible to maximize your fall maternity wardrobe.
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Shopping for maternity clothes can be an exciting time for a new mom-to-be, but it can also become very expensive. There are several ways to get the most for your money when it comes to maternity shopping, and today I'll show you how to mix and match as many pieces as possible to maximize your fall maternity wardrobe.
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Starting with a tank, add a great scarf, and top with a maternity jean jacket. In fact, all of these looks can be topped with the jacket. This would make a comfortable work ensemble, with the sequined top and the dress pants. If you are okay with wearing heels, add a heel to give yourself a little boost in height. The cowl neck is a fantastic top that can easily work with many types of bottoms.

Wear flats or heels for a polished maternity look. It's not always necessary to purchase an entire new wardrobe for your ever-changing body. Given the fact that maternity clothes tend to get minimal wear, you'll probably find a lot of great pieces that are still in very good condition — not to mention your friends will feel good that they can pass along those items that are no longer useful to them.

Search for a pregnancy or children's secondhand store nearest you. You'd be amazed at some of the gems that hide in stores like this. To view other maternity looks on a budget, check out Summer Hues of Blue. Sherry Fahrenwald is freelance writer and events planner with a passion for fashion and interior design who lives in beautiful Hawaii with her husband and two kids.

She enjoys lunch dates with the girls, walking the gorgeous beach of Kailua and most of all spending quality time with her family. I usually sacrifice my look for a few months after baby arrives in order to avoid clogged milk ducts, etc. My favorite bra for large chests comes from the Elomi line from Nordstrom. They also offer free shipping. PJs- I get hot, so I stick to camisoles or tanks and stretchy shorts or capris. Short night shirts or night gowns also keep me cool.

The weather will be cooler soon, meaning the rest of the family will want the heat on while I roast. Loungewear- I have a super cute hand-me-down comfy track suit from a mom friend, but I wouldn't go out and spend a lot on something you'll wear around the house and to pre-school pick up.

Camisoles or Tank tops- These are great for layering or wearing under long, open sweaters. Old Navy makes some fab stretchy ones, and I just ordered a few from their maternity line. My sis recommended them and loves that they are longer A few cute tops- I go for solids. Can be dressed up or down with your favorite jewelry. I love the ruching on the long-sleeved tops I just picked up from Old Navy. Jean jacket- This should be a staple for any wardrobe, I think. Jean jackets are cute with fun little dresses, layered over tanks, paired with some pretty colored pants and black flats.

A very versatile wardrobe item, and worth the expense, in my opinion. I go with a regular style, non-maternity. A couple of cute dresses- I got away with mixing and matching with stretchy sundresses and maxi dresses that I already owned over the summer, but Fall is a whole new ballgame. I ordered two plain dresses from Old Navy that can be dressed up or down with different jewelry, accessories, a jean jacket, leggings, tights, boots, or flats.

I loved my Target maternity jeans with my first two pregnancies, but went with a pair of skinny jeans and a pair of bootcut from Motherhood this time around for fit. A pair of khakis or other pants- Sometimes it's nice to have an option beyond jeans. Leggings- Please, whether you are pregnant or not, listen to Tim Gunn. Leggings are not pants! If you're going to wear them because they are warm and comfortable! Pair them with a cute tunic top or a long sweater, or even under a cute short dress.

Comfortable shoes- If you're like me, you may be having trouble squeezing your swollen feet into anything besides flip flops. Look for some cute flats that will work with jeans, pants, or dresses. If you don't want to spend a lot, check out Payless. Image via EverydayFamily Disclaimer: Fall is an awesome season to be pregnant. You don't have to worry about sweating to death or slipping on icy spots on your way to work.

Image via Destination Maternity Have Fun With Prints The horizontal stripe, the color blocks, leopard, zebra, all of that is on the table for the pregnant mama to be. What do you think? Fall Maternity Fashion Trends.

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You have a little life growing inside you and nothing could kill your excitement. Except maybe the fact that nothing in your closet fits due to the bloat and growing bump! It's time to invest in some key maternity clothes, and Daily Mom has the maternity fashion guide to fit all your needs this season. Explore Eileen Rothe's board "FASHION: Fall – Maternity" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Maternity style, Maternity fashion and Maternity styles. Discover recipes, home ideas, style inspiration and other ideas to try. Two fall trends in one! Try out floral embroidery and cut-out sleeves with this casual LBD. It works with flats, heels or boots, so you can wear it again and again throughout late summer and into the fall.