my favorite maternity clothes

My maternity wardrobe is fairly small, but I've found some gems this time around that I absolutely adore. I actually look forward to getting dressed! Last time I wanted to wear as few "maternity clothes" as possible, but this time I'm much more attracted to shirts with side-ruching that accentuate my belly. I really love pairing a comfy maternity T-shirt with maternity skinny jeans and a non-maternity bomber jacket (like this). I'm also looking forward to wearing lots of dresses this spring!

Here's what I'm wearing lately...

Old Navy vintage T-shirt: I have these vintage shirts in non-maternity (short- and long-sleeved) and wear them often, so I knew I would love the maternity version. There are also other colors available!

Old Navy vintage T-shirt: I have these vintage shirts in non-maternity (short- and long-sleeved) and wear them often, so I knew I would love the maternity version. There are also other colors available!

Long flowy dress (similar): I have a dress similar to the one pictured and it's one of the few things I'm still wearing from my first pregnancy (worn here). (I wear it when I'm not pregnant, too!)

Long flowy dress (similar): I have a dress similar to the one pictured and it's one of the few things I'm still wearing from my first pregnancy (worn here). (I wear it when I'm not pregnant, too!)

Gap soft jeans: I have these in black (worn here), and they're amazing. It was really important for me to find a pair of pants that were similar to my favorite non-maternity jeans but that worked with my growing belly. These have the full belly panel, which I love, but it is a little snug.

Gap soft jeans: I have these in black (worn here), and they're amazing. It was really important for me to find a pair of pants that were similar to my favorite non-maternity jeans but that worked with my growing belly. These have the full belly panel, which I love, but it is a little snug.

Old Navy maxi dress: This is really flattering! I bought the non-maternity and the maternity versions to try, and the maternity one is just so much more flattering because it hugs the belly.

Old Navy maxi dressThis is really flattering! I bought the non-maternity and the maternity versions to try, and the maternity one is just so much more flattering because it hugs the belly.

ASOS skater dress: I have this in lime (worn here), and it's definitely my most-worn item this pregnancy. I kind of want to order the gray one, too! Old Navy has a similar version here.

ASOS skater dress: I have this in lime (worn here), and it's definitely my most-worn item this pregnancy. I kind of want to order the gray one, too! Old Navy has a similar version here.

Old Navy v-neck T-shirt: This isn't as soft as the vintage T-shirt, but I love the bright color options. I have it in mint, but also love the neon yellow.

Old Navy v-neck T-shirt: This isn't as soft as the vintage T-shirt, but I love the bright color options. I have it in mint, but also love the neon yellow.

Old Navy scoop neck T-shirt: I'm just living in T-shirts and skinny jeans over here.

Old Navy scoop neck T-shirt: I'm just living in T-shirts and skinny jeans over here.

H&M MAMA skinny jeans (similar): I'm borrowing a pair of H&M MAMA jeans from a friend (worn here), and they are fantastic! The full panel is not too tight like some other pants I've tried, and they are very slimming through the legs.

H&M MAMA skinny jeans (similar): I'm borrowing a pair of H&M MAMA jeans from a friend (worn here), and they are fantastic! The full panel is not too tight like some other pants I've tried, and they are very slimming through the legs.

Ingrid & Isabel belly leggings: I have four pairs of maternity leggings, and these are by far the best. I know $48 is a lot of money to spend on leggings, but I wear them multiple times per week and would also wear them postpartum. If the price tag is just too steep, these are a close second (the main difference is that the first ones have ruching on the back that help them stay up) and the fabric is the same.

Ingrid & Isabel belly leggings: I have four pairs of maternity leggings, and these are by far the best. I know $48 is a lot of money to spend on leggings, but I wear them multiple times per week and would also wear them postpartum. If the price tag is just too steep, these are a close second (the main difference is that the first ones have ruching on the back that help them stay up) and the fabric is the same.

ASOS striped T-shirt: I love this shirt! It did shrink up after washing, so I don't think it fits over my belly anymore, but I lived in it for the first couple months (worn here).

ASOS striped T-shirt: I love this shirt! It did shrink up after washing, so I don't think it fits over my belly anymore, but I lived in it for the first couple months (worn here).