White is not a colour you'd normally associate with a bulging tummy. Most of the time we cover up our lumps and bumps with black, brown or deep colours.
But when you get the exciting news that your bump is actually a baby bump, it's time to flaunt it! Embrace your new curves, welcome your changing shape, enjoy your pregnancy and reveal the new you.
Crisp white linen maternity pants teamed with a nursing cami and flip-flops is the perfect summer look. Or to survive the current cold chills a white dress with black maternity leggings
, jacket and winter boots is a modish corporate look.
White is proving a popular colour among pregnant celebrities, with both Selma Blair and Jessica Alba wearing maternity dresses in the shade.
Lindsay Price, who is expecting her first child with our own celebrity chef Curtis Stone, has been seen wearing the fashionable and summery colour white.
When the pregnancy was announced, Curtis said: "We couldn't be more thrilled to be starting a family together, we are over the moon."
The former 90210 actress was seen wearing white during a recent shopping trip. For her casual look she wore a white nursing tank top
and flared maternity jeans
This a-list star knows how to compliment white with colour. She showcased her new pregnancy curves wearing a stunning scarlet maternity tank dress and teamed the simple yet stylish garment with a white shirt jacket and a pair of heels for a gorgeous summer chic look.
Summer, I hear you say… white is the perfect Winter colour too. Brighten up your maternity wear with so many options to combine white with all the Winter shades, boots, jackets and accessories.
Enjoy a chilly Winter pregnancy with crisp white this season.
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