London Baby! Maternity Styling Inspiration with Insta-Star Ana Palette

Looking for a little spring fashion inspiration for this unpredictable weather we’re having?

The lovely Anastasia has been rocking her Seraphine maternity dresses around London & we can’t get enough of her gorgeous pictures!


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Get the Look: 2 in 1 Cotton Maternity & Nursing Dress


“I love dresses, especially now when I am pregnant. My first stop was Seraphine Maternity.

Choosing a dress I was worried: what will be the quality? Does the photo correspond to the real product? Are the sizes correct?

And my happiness knew no bounds – dresses are above my expectations!

Browse our full range of maternity dresses here>>


Stylish at the Sky Garden


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Get the Look: Geo Print Maternity Wrap Dress


Our favourite look has got to be this gorgeous wrap dress.

The wrap style is ultra-flattering for pregnancy and allows you to adjust the fit as you grow – perfect for your nine months!


Pregnant Ana Palette wears a Seraphine wrap maternity dress


It’s a versatile look that works perfectly for desk to dinner styling on weekdays and dresses up or down beautifully at the weekend for wherever your day takes you…. Even if you’re lucky enough to be spending it at the Sky Garden!


Trendy on Tower Bridge

Pregnant Ana Plaette wears Seraphine maternity clothes at Tower Bridge

Get the Look: Cashmere Blend Maternity & Nursing Dress


And for those chilly London days, Ana teamed our cashmere blend dress with a cute jacket, tights & ankle boots.

She tied the look together with a simple belt at her empire waist, cleverly drawing attention to her slimmest point.

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Pregnant Ana Palette wears Seraphine maternity clothes in London


“I tried and can sincerely recommend this store to all expectant mothers and nursing mothers.”

Thanks so much for the recommendation Anastasia – we love your looks!


To see more from Ana, follow her on Instagram @Ana_Palette

Blogger Lily Pebbles Shares her Top Maternity Fashion Picks & Tips

London-based blogger Lily Pebbles is expecting her first baby this spring, and she has been rocking some seriously stylish maternity looks so far.

Here are a few of her favourites…


The Parka

Lily Pebbles wears a Seraphine maternity parka

Shop Lily’s Coat: 3 in 1 Winter Maternity Parka


Lily dropped into our Kensington store during her second trimester & treated herself to our 3 in 1 Parka. It’s already a firm favourite of hers.

“This coat is a really good investment because it’s going to fit me this winter and then also next winter and even when I’m not pregnant.”



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She discovered early on that its’ worth investing in properly tailored maternity clothes, rather than relying on oversized baggy styles.

“The investment isn’t just in the clothes, it’s an investment in your happiness and in feeling good throughout your pregnancy which is so important.”


The Jeans

Lily Pebbles wears Seraphine black maternity jeans

Shop Lily’s Jeans: Over Bump Black Skinny Maternity Jeans


The perfect pair of maternity jeans is a great place to start when building up your new maternity wardrobe. Lily tried several styles before settling on a favourite fit.

“Finding the right maternity jeans made all the difference to me.

At the beginning I wore jeans with just a stretchy side panel, I then moved to under the bump and now I’m a fully converted over the bump-er.”


The Knit

Lily Pebbles loves Seraphine maternity & nursing knitwear

Shop Lily’s Jumper: Star Maternity & Nursing Jumper


Lily has been a big fan of our maternity jumpers, especially the ones designed to adapt for breastfeeding after baby is born.


We love Lily’s style, and can’t wait to see how she develops her look through her third trimester.

For more maternity tips from Lily, check out her blog post on finding your maternity style and follow her on Instagram @lilypebbles

Maternity Fashion Tips for Every Trimester with Fashion Blogger Maya Williams

When it comes to maternity fashion, international blogger & insta-star Maya Williams certainly knows a thing or two! This week on the blog, we caught up with her at our head office in London, where she shared some of her top tips for navigating each trimester in style. Read on and watch the video for Maya’s maternity fashion tips and to see which Seraphine maternity clothes she recommends for each stage of pregnancy.


Watch Maya’s Maternity Fashion Guide


1st Trimester Maternity Fashion Must-Haves

“In my first trimester the first thing I did was run to Seraphine and get jeans. I immediately fell in love with over the bump – they’re just so comfy and they hug you in.”

Get the Look: Coral Pleated Maternity Dress


Maya recommends Maternity Jeans as the essential first maternity fashion purchase. After that, it’s all about The Bump Kit – our chic maternity starter kit complete with maternity LBD, stretchy black skirt, leggings & essential white vest. And of course oversize shirts are perfect for hiding a blossoming bump through the first trimester – just be sure to team them with a slim leg style to balance out the volume.


2nd Trimester Maternity Fashion Must-Haves


“This is my favourite trimester. They call it the honeymoon of your pregnancy – you’ve got your energy back, you’ve told the world you’re pregnant and you can show off your bump!”

Maya recommends chic maternity dresses for the second trimester, preferring bodycon jersey dresses to show off the bump, or woven A-line dresses for a chic look.


Get the Look: Nautical Maternity Maxi Skirt


Maya can’t get enough of our Tailored Cropped Maternity Trousers for the office:

 “The cigarette pants – you can wear these for work or you can dress them up in the evening. I actually really love these, I got them in black. They hug you in, they slim you down and they really dress you up if you wear them with heels and they look nice and stylish.”


Get the Look: Mint Lace & Silk Chiffon Maternity Dress


“Of course we still need to look fabulous, we still need to feel fabulous, so this is a cocktail dress that you can wear to a wedding, your baby shower, a friend’s birthday party…. I really love the pastel colour of this and the style, and the way it falls – it would really accentuate your baby bump.”


3rd Trimester Maternity Fashion Must-Haves

Get the Look: Sapphire Lace Top Pleated Maternity Dress


“And now I’m heading into the third trimester, which is so exciting because it means I’m going to meet my baby very soon! A lot of the pieces that you’ll invest in at this stage need to be super comfortable and versatile so that you can wear them later during your nursing.”

Maya recommends horizontal stripes to flatter your bump through your third trimester – she loves our Striped Maternity & Nursing Dress and our Red & White Striped Cotton Maternity & Nursing Top.

She also recommends thinking about styles that will adapt easily for nursing after baby is born, from chic nursing tops to wrap dresses, flattering maxi dresses and maternity & nursing bras.


Get the Look: Navy Lace Maternity Dress


For more from Maya Williams, follow her on Instagram @fashionlollipopblog and check out her blog


Maternity Fashion Inspiration: Meet Yanira The Fashion Bump Blogger

Yanira is the style guru behind The Fashion Bump – a fantastic source of maternity fashion inspiration for pregnant women & new mamas. Living in Montreal, Yanira is a pediatric registered nurse, and started her blog as a way of helping women to stay stylish throughout pregnancy by sharing her love of all things fashion.

Yanira has featured plenty of Seraphine maternity clothes on The Fashion Bump, and is a big fan of our Seraphine ballet pumps, which are super cute and comfy whether you’re pregnant or not!


Get the look: White Maternity Jeans & Nude Ballet Pumps


1) We love The Fashion Bump – what made you start the blog? Was there a big inspiration moment?

I’ve always loved the fashion industry and liked to have the latest trends since a young age. But, I never really knew how I could be in that field. I became a nurse at 21, and thought a career in fashion would be impossible at that point. But as more of my friends and colleagues were getting pregnant I started hearing them complaining about how they didn’t know how to style themselves anymore. At that moment, I realised that I could combine my skills, sharing my tips and expertise from a nursing perspective but also creating and sharing nice maternity fashion ideas for all the mums-to-be!


Get the look: Off The Shoulder Black Maternity Dress


2) How would you describe your personal style? Do you use fashion to say something about yourself?

I don’t think I have a specific defined style. I like to try different pieces and wear what I’m comfortable in and what looks good on me. Some days, I will wear something really minimal and, other days, I will be wearing something really colourful and extravagant! I use fashion mostly to represent how I feel on a specific day, so it definitely represents my mood. But, I also love to switch my style according to the city where I am at the moment.


Get the look: Faux Leather Panel Maternity Leggings & Black Ballet Pumps


3) What are your top tips when it comes to maternity fashion?

My biggest tip would be to invest in maternity clothes that are versatile, meaning that you can wear them casually but also that you will be able to glam them up with accessories for more elegant events. Having said that, I really love silk and chiffon maternity dresses for special occasions – they’re so soft and easy to wear, which is perfect for pregnancy, and they look really elegant.


Get the look: Silver Ballet Pumps


4) We’ve spotted several Seraphine styles featured on your blog – do you have a favourite piece from our collection?

There are so many that I like! The off-the-shoulder maternity dress and the champagne silk maternity gown are two must-have maternity dresses! If we’re talking denim, the distressed jeans are my favourite. But shoe-wise, I have to say the Seraphine ballerinas are so comfortable – such a good investment! I actually love them so much i featured them on my blog – you can read my full review here.



5) We are confiscating your makeup bag! You get to keep 3 essential beauty products – what do you choose?

This question is so hard! (Haha) I have so many favourites, but if I had to choose, I would have to say my Maybelline Instant age rewind eraser dark circle treatment concealer, my mac lipstick in the shade “kinda sexy” and my new face Intensive Hydration Gel by Drunk Elephant.



6) What is your idea of happiness?

For me, happiness involves so many things! It means to feel good with myself, being able to do what I love and sharing good memories with my family and close friends!


For more maternity fashion inspiration from Yanira, check out her blog and follow her on Instagram @thefashionbump


Maternity Style to Transition the Seasons, with Fashion Blogger Laura Mueseler

Ah, September… It’s time to start transitioning your style for the new season! This month is all about transitional maternity style and clever layering that is ready to tackle whatever the weather can throw at you.


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Gorgeous fashion blogger Laura Mueseler welcomed her beautiful new baby Miles earlier this year, but before she did, she shot these stunning transitional maternity looks for her blog Sequins at Breakfast.


Bright Whites

Get Laura’s look: Ivory Maternity Blouse & Slim Leg Over Bump White Maternity Jeans


A classic white maternity shirt is the perfect staple piece to navigate the changing seasons. Laura paired hers with white jeans and layered up with a chic gillet. The bright white provided a fantastic neutral look that kept her covered without looking too wintery.


Faux-Leather Maternity Leggings

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Get Laura’s Look: Faux-Leather Maternity Leggings


Another maternity must-have for this time of year are our faux-leather leggings. Utterly chic and easy to wear, these leggings are guaranteed to bring a touch of glam to any outfit. And they’re a celebrity favourite, loved by Gwen Stefani, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard and more!

Laura said:

“I recently added these faux leather leggings to my maternity wardrobe and I’m in love! This is my first pair of faux leather leggings (why has it taken me so long to get a pair?!) and I love how they instantly dress up an outfit.”


Here she teamed them with boots, our ivory blouse, a cool leopard print jacket and a chic red bag for effortlessly chic everyday maternity style.


The Luxury Nursing Shawl Wrap

Get Laura’s Look: Two Tone Luxury Nursing Shawl Wrap


Our Luxury Nursing Shawl Wrap provides the perfect cosy cover-up for unpredictable weather. A fully reversible style that’s perfect for pregnancy & ideal for breastfeeding, toss it over your shoulders to layer up in style.


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The Ballet Pumps

Fashion Blogger styles Seraphine ballet pumps

And last but by no means least, the Seraphine ballet pumps are the perfect flat shoes for pregnancy & they’re ideal for transitioning into spring.

For more from Laura, check out her blog Sequins at Breakfast & follow her on Instagram @lauramueseler

Maternity Clothes Haul with Fashion Blogger Michelle Quinn

Fashion blogger & Insta-star Michelle Quinn is one seriously stylish mama-to-be, and this week we were thrilled to hand over the reins of the Seraphine Instagram account to her for a fashion take over! See how she styled her Seraphine maternity clothes, and shop her looks!

Michelle is the brains & the beauty behind New England fashion blog, By Quinn. Check out her stunning wintery posts & shop her looks today.



The stunning mama-to-be started the day in style, grabbing a quick hot chocolate in our Faux-Fur Collar Short Maternity Coat. A chic coat is a must-have for your winter maternity clothes collection, & this one has it all!



Looking forward to a great morning workout! It’s important to keep moving through your nine months, and The Active Kit is the perfect partner for your pregnancy!



Keeping chic & comfy to run a few errands about town. Michelle loved our Lavender Cotton Cashmere Nursing Jumper, which she dressed down with our essential Black Ripped Maternity Skinny Jeans.



Taking a minute to relax with a copy of the Seraphine maternity clothes catalogue – Here’s to browsing for the next big buy!



Our Grey Marl Roll Neck Maternity & Nursing Top styled with jeans and boots proved the perfect choice for a casual pre-Christmas date night with her husband.



Settling in for the night in comfort & style with the Seraphine Blue Polka Dot Maternity & Nursing Pyjamas. Perfect for teaming with one of our ultra-comfy nursing bras – sweet dreams are guaranteed!


To see more from Michelle, check out her blog or follow her on Instagram @Michellemquinn

Thanks Michelle – we love your style!

Maternity Style Inspiration with Blogger Alexis Atarian: The Bump Kit

Every woman knows that getting dressed in the morning doesn’t always come as easily as it should – especially when it comes to maternity style. There will always be days which start with the inevitable howl of “I have NOTHING to wear!!”

Add to that a growing baby bump, and the potential for sartorial creative block begins to become a pressing issue.


Alexis Atarian styles the Seraphine The Bump Kit


This week, we teamed up with fabulous fashion blogger Alexis Atarian to offer some simple maternity style inspiration with The London Bump Kit.


The Seraphine London Bump Kit


We created this essential maternity clothes starter kit for exactly this scenario. The bump kit comes with 4 essential pieces in classic black and white, designed to kick-start your maternity style & provide the basis for hundreds of different outfits.


Alexis Atarian styles the Seraphine bump kit - tank & skirt


Alexis shows us just a few of the endless outfit options you can put together using these classic staples as your base.


Alexis Atarian styles the Seraphine bump kit - LBD & Leggings


From casual to chic and even office-ready, you can mix & match the bump kit styles with statement pieces from your wardrobe like jackets, belts & scarves to create stylish looks for every occasion.


Watch Alexis Style The Bump Kit


If you love the look, see more on Alexis’s blog and discover the Bump Kit Collection online.

Fashion Blogger & Insta-Star Eimear Varian Barry Talks Pregnancy

Eimear Varian Barry is a super stylish Irish blogger and Instagram queen taking the fashion and lifestyle world by storm. She lives in Surrey with her partner Daniel & their gorgeous two year old Saoirse, and is expecting baby number two in March. We caught up with her to chat about fashion, pregnancy and her biggest inspirations.


1)      We love your style! Can you sum it up in 3 words?

Simple, androgynistic, structural.


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2)      How have you been styling your bump? Are you more of a fitted kind of girl, or do you like to keep things loose and flowing?

Definitely a mix of both! I don’t know what I did without my black maternity skinny jeans during my first pregnancy! I love pairing them with an oversized maternity sweater at this time of year. I have a few knitted dresses which I love to just throw on. I hate anything that restricts the bump or is in any way tight on it.


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3)      Do you have a favourite piece from the Seraphine collection?

Yes! The Wool and Cashmere Maternity Coats! I am obsessed with cashmere and love the structural style of these coats. I am wearing a lot of black at the moment, so all three shades go with everything!

Maternity coats


4)      What is the best part about being pregnant?

I think the fact that it actually slows you down. At the beginning, I was frustrated by it, but now I can see how much good it is doing for me physically and mentally.


5)      Have you had any weird pregnancy cravings?

Not weird, but I am eating a copious amount of apples at the moment!




6)      We are confiscating your makeup bag – you’re allowed to keep three essential cosmetics. What do you choose?

  • Primer- I use the Smashbox primer. It is like silk on your skin and keeps my foundation on for hours.
  • My Lip liner. It does wonders for the shape of my lips!
  • Eyebrow Kit. I use the Benefit eyebrow shaper.


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7)      Do you have any beauty or styling tips to share with other expectant mums?

I put oil on my bump as much as I can. In saying that, I use oil all over, to prevent stretch marks. On my boobs, bum and thighs too! I use Eve Lom cleanser which I cannot rave more about. My skin has been breaking out lately and their cleanser reduces the redness and is the best product I have ever used for taking off make up.


Eve Lom


8)      Finding the perfect balance can be a challenge – if you could have one super power, what would it be & how would you use it?

Well it’s like every working woman isn’t it? I would love to be able to commit to what I do full time, while also living like the devoted mother in Little House On The Prairie, while also being a more present friend to those who are dear to me. Oh and be able to have the apartment perfect 24/7 and perhaps be able to read a book now and again? And get to shave my legs in between all of that!


9)      Who inspires you?

I bought Lynsey Addario’s book this week. She is a photojournalist I have been following for a while and who I admire hugely. Hopefully I will get around to reading some of it soon!

Lynsey Addario

10)   What was the best piece of advice you received when you were pregnant?

It was from my mum and it was just to do my own thing. Not be scared, not do what the book says but what feels right for you. It worked well for having Saoirse, so i think i’ll do the same this time!

Baby dresses

For more beautiful images, follow Eimear on Instagram @eimearvarianbarry and check out her blog: TheEVBEdit.



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