Deborah Symond O'Neil | @DeborahSymondONeil
The founder of online fashion destination Mode Sportif is currently in her third trimester, but you’d barely know it. From tailored blazers to slinky slip dresses, Deborah proves there’s no need to banish your everyday staples just because you’re expecting.
Emily Yates | @Emelinaah
The photographer is clearly embracing her pregnancy body but proves there’s nothing to stop you enjoying high-end fashion at the same time. Whether it’s a Gucci bandeau dress or puff sleeve gingham prairie dress, this is the account for no-limit pregnancy dressing.
Jeanette Madsen | @JeanetteMadsen
The creative director and co-founder of Rotate Birger Christensen is an SL-fave, and pregnant or not, you can always count on Jeanette for plenty of style inspiration. If block colours, stretch dresses and loose tailoring sound like heaven to you, make this account your go-to.
Maria Kragmann | @MariaKragmann
The founder of clothing brand M-KAE proved comfortable footwear and fluid fabrics are the way to go when you’re pregnant – but that doesn’t mean the shoes can’t be Chanel and the dress subtly sexy. She’s also got a great eye for layering and matching knitted co-ords.
Monikh Dale | @Monikh
Regular readers will know how much we love Monikh Dale, so we were thrilled to hear the model, stylist and writer was pregnant. Throughout her various trimesters, she’s managed to stay true to her signature style – think trapeze dresses, kaftans, stretchy swimwear and clean-cut activewear.
Charlotte Groeneveld | @TheFashionGuitar
The stylist, creative director and mother-of-two is currently expecting baby number three, so you’re in safe hands here when it comes to pregnancy style. From denim Chanel slingbacks and bucket hats to Louis Vuitton top handle bags and Valentino slides, Charlotte knows the power of a cult accessory when it comes to elevating bump-friendly attire.
Jessie Bush | @WeThePeopleStyle
The stylist and Kitri collaborator managed to keep her pregnancy under wraps for several months, and her penchant for slouchy sweatshirts and biker shorts has known no bounds ever since. Now that it’s common knowledge, Jessie’s also embraced flowing maxis and longline shirts like many of her contemporaries.