Holiday Maternity fashion

I had to plan my outfits for our holiday quite strategically as I knew that my bump would grow during that time and I had to be mindful that we were going to a hot country and that above all I would need to be comfortable in what I was wearing too. For this pregnancy I wanted to avoid buying maternity wear specifically but instead go for things that I could still wear in the summer after the baby was born. So my criteria was trousers would need to be beneath the bump or elasticated in the waist. I also opted for stretchy dresses and skirts and loose fitting dresses.

Here are some of the outfits I wore whilst away…

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Dress made in Ghana. Shoes – ASOS
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Top – Massimo Dutti. Skirt and Bag – Zara. Shoes – Topshop
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Dress and Sunglasses – Mango. Bag – Michael Kors. Sandals – Mint Velvet
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Shirt and Bandeau – ASOS. Skirt – H&M. Shoes – Zara
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Top, Vest, Trousers, Heels and Earrings – Zara
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Dress – And Other Stories
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Dress and Fascinator both made in Ghana
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Blouse, Trousers and Mules – Zara. Bag – Michael Kors
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Shirt and Sandals – Zara. Cycling Shorts – ASOS
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Headband and T-shirt – Zara. Jeans – ASOS Maternity. Shoes – Topshop
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Dress – H&M. Mules – Zara
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Dress and Fascinator both made in Ghana

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