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How To Extend The Life of Your Summer Maternity Wardrobe

Just because it's fall doesn't mean you still can't work that sundress! Me at 38 weeks pregnant.

I have never in my life been so happy to welcome the fall season!  Like I said before, August in Texas while 8-9 months pregnant is NO JOKE.  Fortunately, that is all behind me now and I am thankful because I was running out of clothing options suitable for the sauna-like temperatures.

I have ZERO plans to purchase any more maternity clothes so how do I plan to stylishly maximize my summer-heavy maternity wardrobe for fall?  Find out after the jump.

Just because it’s September is no reason to pack away all of your cute maternity sundresses, mini-skirts, shorts, and tanks.  Your already limited wardrobe can easily make a stylish transition to fall with just a few creative tips.

Maternity and Non-Maternity Sundresses can be the base for a really cute fall outfit, just add a belt and vest (or cardigan) like I did with this outfit.  A chunky scarf and leggings (jeggings or tights) would also look great in cooler temps.

Trade in your flip flops for flat boots and/or ballet flats to instantly look fall fashionable while not sacrificing your comfort.  I will warn those late in pregnancy that you may need assistance getting your boots off (like I did….thanks hubby!).

Layers are your friend! Your very best friend.  Throw on a long-sleeved top UNDER your cute sleeveless tops and dresses for a nice look that could take you through the winter months.  You can also add a cardigan or sweater vest over them.

Got mini-skirts and shorts? Pair them with leggings, tights, and/or chunky socks with boots.

Just add a scarf. Scarves will always be in style and will look great with any of your summer leftovers.

How do you plan to take your summer maternity wardrobe into fall?

 

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