Pregnant and sexy: maternity wear for modern mommas

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Back in the olden days when I was pregnant, my maternity wardrobe consisted of three muumuu-style sun-dresses, a humongous white bathing suit with a stomach-covering flap and one pair of really stretched out stretch pants. Things have certainly changed since then.

Today, most moms-to-be wouldn't be caught dead in the floral-print tents of yesterday. The good news is that they don't have to. There are lots of great-looking clothes available for pregnant women that are roomy enough to be comfortable and stylish enough to make you forget about your swollen ankles and protruding belly-button, if only for a little while. And even if they don't take your mind off your uncomfortable girth, they will certainly make others see you as a woman first, a pregnant woman second.

Sexy Maternity Wear(click thumbnails to view gallery)

Fringe DressOff the Shoulder TunicSequined Mini DressRuched Tank DressVintage Corduroy
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