Hi sweeties,

Thank you for visiting my blog (again). I hope you’re all doing fine during this weird covid-19 period. Today I’ll be sharing a pregnancy outfit throwback, more specifically an overview of all my maternity outfits. Throwback Thursday!

Being at the end of my pregnancy, I can truly say that I look forward wearing “normal” fashion again. It was an absolute challenge dressing up with a huge belly. I was lucky to be pregnant during the summer, because that way I did not need to buy a coat or wear multiple layers. On the other hand, with the heat wave here in Belgium, being pregnant during this time is also heavy. I guess every aspect has its pros and cons.

I start with the very first months and go forward to the end of the pregnancy. You can really see my style changes in the mean time while my belly is getting bigger and bigger.

Outfit 1: Maternity t-shirt from Esmara (Lidl) – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Sneakers from Adidas Superstar collection – Shoulderbag of Longchamp 3D collection

Outfit 2: Cardigan vintageshop find – Red dress from H&M – Metallic flats from thrift shop – Handbag from Longchamp Amazone collection

Outfit 3: Sponsored look, whole outfit from Dresslily
Outfit 1: Blazer from Cassis – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Sneakers from Fila – Backpack from Longchamp Pliage collection

Outfit 2: Scarf is thrift shop find – Maternityt-shirt from Esmara (Lidl) – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Handbag from Juicy Couture – Metallic flats were a thrift shop find

Outfit 3: Vest from H&M (old collection) – Maternity-shirt from Esmara (Lidl) – Skirt from Vero Moda – Flats from H&M – Shoulderbag from Longchamp 3D collection
Outfit 1: Coat from Marc Cain (vintage find) – Vest from local vintage shop – Striped top of Primark – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Metallic flats from thrift shop – Handbag shopper of the Pliage Club collection Longchamp

Outfit 2: Beige blazer of Liu Jo – T-shirt from Ted Baker – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Boots with fringes from Everything5Pounds (collaboration blog, gifted) – Shoulderbag Longchamp 3D collection

Outfit 3: Sponsored by Pinkblushmaternity, this dress was gifted. I combined it with my Fila sneakers.
Outfit 1: Jumpsuit bought at a local shop – Handbag Roseau Python collection Longchamp – Metallic flats thrift shop find – Sunglasses from Brillen24

Outfit 2: T-shirt of Primark – Watch from MVMT (gifted, collaboration) – Pliage orange of Longchamp medium size – Personalized necklace from Kayasieraden (gifted, collaboration)

Outfit 3: Top from Primark – Kimono gifted with a collaboration from years ago, can’t remember the brand – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Boots from Longchamp
Outfit 1: Raincoat from Veritas – Handbag from Cotton – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl)

Outfit 2: Cardigan from Dresslily (gifted, collaboration) – Cropped pink t-shirt from H&M – Basic white maternity t-shirt from Esmara (Lidl) – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Sneakers from Adidas Superstar collection – Bag from Cotton

Outfit 3: Top I don’t remember where I bought it (maybe even the local market?) – Leggings from Primark – Sock sneakers from Bershka – Handbag from Le Pliage old collection Longchamp
Outfit 1: Vest from Hollister – Maternity top by Dresslily (gifted, collaboration) – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Sneakers from Fila – Scarf from Takko Fashion (from years ago)

Outfit 2: Top from H&M – Belt was a gift from my mom – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Sock sneakers from Torfs

Outfit 3: Top from H&M (gift from my boyfriend) – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Sock sneakers from Torfs – Handbag from Roseau Python collection Longchamp
Outfit 1: Maternity top from Dresslily (gifted, collaboration) – Leggings from Primark – White sneakers from Gallery’s – Handbag from Cotton

Outfit 2 & 3: Shirt from Hollister – Beige jacket from Primark – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Boots from H&M – Backpack was a cheap practical minded purchase, I believe from Action
Outfit 1: Denim jacket from H&M – Maternity top from Esmara (Lidl) – Maternityjeans from Esmara (Lidl) – Sneakers from Fila – Handbag from previous collection of Longchamp

Outfit 2: Fully gifted by Dresslily – dress & sandals

Outfit 3: Top from Superdry – Basic black top below from Primark – Maternity shorts from H&M – Slippers from Dresslily (gifted) – Handbag from Longchamp Le Pliage collection medium size navy blue
Outfit 1: Etnic dress was a thrift shop find – Slippers from Dresslily (gifted) – Handbag from SheIn – Shoulderstrap gift from my mom

Outfit 2: Kimono gifted by Dresslily (collaboration) – Maternity dress from H&M Mama – Sneakers from Adidas Superstar collection – Bag from SheIn

Outfit 3: Kimono gifted by Dresslily (collaboration) – Grey dress which is a top for me at the moment from Dresslily (collaboration) – Leggings from Primark – Bag, scarf & shoes both gifted by Dresslily (collaboration)
Outfit 1: Basic top was a thrift shop find – Leggings from Primark – Disney socks from Calzedonia last year collection – Nike shoes from Berca (gift from boyfriend) – Backpack from Le Pliage collection Longchamp – Necklace also thrift shop find

Outfit 2: Red dress from H&M (same I wore in the beginning, looks actually better with a gigantic belly) – Sandals from Dresslily (gifted, collaboration) – Bag from SheIn with different shoulder strap gifted by my mom

Outfit 3: Maternity top from Dresslily (gifted, collaboration) – Maternity shorts by H&M – Nike shoes from Berca (gift from boyfriend) – Handbag Le Pliage Néo collection by Longchamp old color

I really hope you enjoyed this overview of my maternity outfits. I’m actually very satisfied with my combinations. I don’t think I changed too much, sometimes you can see that women who are pregnant look totally different. I’m very lucky to be having this great experience with pregnancy. So I stayed true to my style, which is comfy, sporty and feminine at the same time. What I did develop is a weakness for everything pink, sparkly and floral.

How about you? Are you pregnant? Do you have any fashion tips to share with me? Feel free to leave a comment. I’m always excited about your comments and thoughts! Thank you very much for stopping by. I’m very active on social media, so if you want you can follow me there also. See you next time, sweeties!

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