Many women today are confronted with the question of what to wear, especially during pregnancy. Are you a mother-to-be, and are you confronted with this kind of situation? No more worries. In the following article, we will give you some advice on the right clothes for a pregnant woman in each trimester.

 Clothing for a pregnant woman

A garment is an accessory that allows a human being to cover himself. It is most often made of fabric. However, as the world evolves, the materials used for its manufacture tend to diversify.

Indeed, when you are pregnant, it is important to feel beautiful and comfortable in your clothes.  Thus, there are varieties of clothes for a pregnant woman and according to each trimester.

 In the first trimester, which is nothing more than the first three trimesters, many pregnant women tend to conceal their condition. So, for the first few months, wear loose fitting clothes that can cover your belly, hips and thighs so that the change in your body goes unnoticed. Also, you can wear oval skirts, blouse-like tops with a fitted waistband at the bottom, dresses, blouses and wrap dresses.

In the second trimester, simply choose clothes that have accessories such as ribbons, ties, buttons or princes on the sides and also linings. These clothes will show off your belly, which will already be noticeable. Because at this stage your body shape will change.

 In the last trimester, opt for comfortable maternity trousers and nice t-shirts. At this stage, don’t wear heels, but opt for flat-soled shoes or boots, which are more practical and comfortable. For more elegance and charm, add scarves, scarves, jackets, belts, necklaces, etc. to your clothes. Make sure your maternity shirts are suitable for breastfeeding so that they last twice as long.

 As for your breasts, wear a good bra that will adapt to the size of your breast at each stage of pregnancy and especially cotton bras.

Tips for choosing your maternity clothes

When choosing your maternity clothes, we advise you to choose the same size for all your maternity clothes, whatever the month of pregnancy.  If you are going to put on extra weight, i.e. an extra 5 kg to the usual size 38, choose a 40.