September 11, 2013 9:34 AM EST
Kate Middleton's Post Pregnancy Fashion Forecast: Tips For New Mothers On Post-Baby Dressing [PHOTOS/VIDEOS/SKETCHES]
Kate Middleton's pregnancy style is the epitome of elegance. Her sartorial sense is elegant, sensual, and timeless. The Duchess has been consistently chic and polished, and has effortlessly translated sheer style to her maternity wardrobe. We admire how she mixes and recycles pieces (from the flirty wrap dresses to the chic overcoats) for different events.
Post-baby fashion can be quite complicated because new mothers usually have less time than to get ready for any occasion or just in daily routine and bodies are continuously changing as recovering to pre-baby look, hence to look gorgeous new mother should have smart wardrobe and style strategy. Apparently Kate has vanquished that part, too as we have all seen Kate looked amazingly slim and simply stylish At Ring O'Fire Ultra Marathon 2013 on 3o august.
Thirty-one years after keeping up royal tradition Kate echoes Diana in polka-dot dress for royal baby debut. Princess Diana wore a greenish polka-dot dress for newborn son Prince William debut on the steps of St. Mary's Hospital in London on June 22, 1982. Kate wore a blue polka form-fitting Jenny Peckham dress when came out of St. Mary's hospital on July 23, 2013 to debut Prince George . The dress is a more modern take on the dress Princess Diana wore and point noted was that it showed off Kate's post-baby bump.
Kate Middleton showed the world that pregnancy style is more than a endless series of loose yoga pants. So all new mothers instead of giving a pensive gaze often at your pre-baby wardrobe while pulling up the elastic waistband of maternity denims take some style advice and look gorgeous and slim always.
We have compiled the best post-maternity fashion and style tips:
Warm welcome to motherhood, All the new mothers!
As might have figured out by now that it took nine months to gain the weight and it's going to take at least nine months to lose it. New mothers, try these tips for flaunting a flawless figure during this in-between phase. Many of maternity dresses ease the transition back to your pre-baby body.
1. Recycle and reuse
This is the perfect time to reuse dresses from first trimester of pregnancy, the size is just right for the post-pregnancy transition. Tops with an empire waist and side ruching are both flattering and nursing friendly.
2. Boldly Slim in the black
Get the slimming effect of black clothes. Have nothing to wear for summer parties? Stick with a go-to LBD. The V-neckline is super flattering and the pleats help camouflage a tummy. Wear it with embellished flat sandals and a wide-brimmed hat for day and with espadrilles and colourful accessories for evening.
3. Accentuate the positive points
The best way to draw attention away from a midsection that hasn't quite bounced back is to hone in on your best features and show them off. Wear fitted bottoms with a flowy top and stick with short hemlines, sleeveless tops, and low necklines. Use a broad belt (metallic belts are in vogue nowadays) with dresses to give a look of slimmer waist.
4. Avoid the Baggy Clothes
Apparently it is quite comfortable to wear loose baggy outfits but avoid this type of clothing rather opt for dresses those are flowy with gathers and ruffles with empire waistline.
5. Avoid the outfits made from Bulky Fabrics
Such outfits will only make new mother look bulkier than they are instead of sweatpants, opt for a pair of leggings.
6. Stay Casually Chic
To stay comfortable while looking presentable during maternity leave you should pair a nursing-friendly tank top with stretchy black pants or maternity jeans. As guest step in frequently to visit the new mother and newborn at that time.
Above all love yourself as you loved before and enjoy what you've accomplished the motherhood. Having a baby is most wonderful feeling a woman could ever have.We wish you a healthy, great, and stylish motherhood!
Kate has recently purchased following dresses:
- Seraphine Maternity Striped Pullover Nursing Top
- Erdem Sleeveless Dress
- Issa Wrap Dress
- Temperley London Alexander Dress
- Maxmara Shift Dress
- Topshop Maternity Flippy Dress
- Temperley London Renata Coat
- Temperley London Ella Pleated Dress
- Diane Von Furstenberg Winifred Dress
- Stella Mccartney Printed Dress
As reported by www.eonline.com.
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Madame Tussauds To Unveil Prince William And Kate Middleton In Wax Figures On Sept 12 read here
Kate Middleton's Weight-Loss Secrets Revealed read here
Kate Middleton's Favourite Designers At NY Fashion Week read here
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The Kate Effect: Sartorial Sense And Sheer Sensuality [Read here]