Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput Kapoor are going to be parents for the second time. Their first born, Misha, turns two on August 26 this year. The news came as a pleasant surprise. After all, cuteness runs in the family, and Misha is proof of it.
Mira's recent story on her Instagram got me thinking about the struggles of pregnancy. Suddenly, it felt too real too fast. Especially given that Mira's my age, on her way to a second baby while I'm sitting in my chair thinking about where things are going between me and my boyfriend!
I legit cry when I can't fit into my old jeans so I can only imagine what a fashion fix Mira is going through.
We'll save you the fuss over jeans and make your lives easier. Here are six different types of maternity dresses that you can make a part of your closet in order to have the most stylish nine months of your life.
1. Wrap Dresses
A wrap dress is a dress with a front closure formed by wrapping one side across the other and knotting the attached ties. Since you get to decide how tight or loose you want the overlap to be, it is an excellent Maternity fashion choice during pregnancy. The wrap-around style and the embellished rhinestones add a glam look to this mini dress.
You must be thinking what a sheath dress is doing on the list! Well, a baby bump is no reason to not wear your favourite office wear. There's a reason why sheath dresses are every working woman's go-to. Its contouring style and straight fit make you look high-street ready, effortlessly. This striped number is specially designed for moms-to-be so make 9-to-5 officially stylish.
Whoever says you're too big to be wearing strappy sundresses, slam this pretty number in their face. Here's a chic way to beat the heat this summer. Maxi dresses are a fantastic option in later stages of pregnancy. Stay comfy, without compromising on style.
A shift dress is generally roomy and basically, shifts with you. It’s very comfortable and easy to move around in, making it the ultimate choice for moms-to-be. Best part? They're great at disguising any waistline! A twist is something all of us need, and this dress does the trick for you on so many levels! Style it with sandals and statement earrings to keep the look chic and modest.
An empire silhouette is a style in which the dress has a fitted bodice ending just below the bust, giving a high-waisted appearance, and a gathered skirt which is long and loosely fitting. It emphasizes your bust hiding your problem areas, therefore, it is a perfect waistline for petite, small-chested as well as pregnant women. This printed empire dress will make a great OOTD for you.
Last but not the least, every woman's all-time favourite, the A-line dress. They're called so because the dress is, typically, in the shape of the capital letter A with a fitted top and a flared bottom. Our pick? This all over print LBD. It's a great choice especially during the initial months of your pregnancy.