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Fall 2011's Hottest Maternity Trends (that you can wear now)

Fall 2011 is fast approaching and with all the back-to-school and tax-free sales going on it’s a great time to stock up on some stylish, versatile maternity clothing.

Learn about the hottest Fall trends, my top clothing picks, and different ways to wear them after the jump.

Have the best dressed bump this fall!

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  • Mustard Yellow Maxi 1 of 7
    Mustard Yellow Maxi
    Mustard yellow is slated to be the hottest color for Fall 2011. Work the color and the jersey maxi trend at the same time in this maternity dress from Gap $49.95.
  • A Stylish Leopard Shoe 2 of 7
    A Stylish Leopard Shoe
    Leopard pumps will be all the rage but these stylish Ralph Lauren ballet flats $79 will be much more functional for preggos.
  • Going Dotty! 3 of 7
    Going Dotty!
    Polka dots and dots in general are a classic print that should be falling back into your wardrobe rotation. Just add a colored cardigan and tights as the temps start to fall. This Motherhood Sleeveless Ruffle Maternity Dress is a steal at $34.
  • Chevron Printed 4 of 7
    Chevron Printed
    Chevron is undoubtly the print du jour this fall but no need to wait to rock this trend. Find this Max & Cleo dress at Pea In The Pod for $69.
  • Belted Dresses 5 of 7
    Belted Dresses
    Belted and wrap dresses are one of the ladylike trends to embrace this fall (think Mad Men and Kate Middleton). This Ali Ro Sleeveless Maternity dress ($199) would look great with a shirt layered under it or a cardigan over.
  • Ssssnake Print 6 of 7
    Ssssnake Print
    The snake trend is out in full force and this Lavish by Heidi Klum beaded tank ($48.99) is perfect for late summer through fall.
  • Peacock Blue Maxi 7 of 7
    Peacock Blue Maxi
    Peacock blue is as gorgeous as is it stylish. Work this trend in a stunning Wrap Maxi maternity dress by Asos $68.96.

What Fall 2011 trends are you most looking forward to?

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