Third Trimester Fashion Tips: How to Work a Baby Bump

Third trimester – wow! Where did the time go? You are so close to meeting your baby, but you and your bump still have a little way to go together yet.

The final few months of pregnancy are all about keeping comfy, and of course your beautiful bump can’t help but make a BIG fashion statement.

Here are our top 5 fashion tips for your third trimester.

The Empire Waist

The empire waist is a miracle silhouette for the third trimester. Cinching you in at your slimmest point, an empire style brings fantastic definition to your shape.

Get the look with one of our super stylish empire maternity dresses with discreet lift-up nursing access, or simply add a chic maternity belt to complete your look.

Natural Fabrics

Comfort is key at this stage of pregnancy. And with extra sensitive skin right now, it’s a great idea to look for styles made in the softest natural fabrics like pure cotton, bamboo or cashmere.

Our new organic cotton maternity jeans in blue or black are perfect for pairing with our super-soft tops.


The Baby Shower Dress

Get the look: Floral Wrap Maternity & Nursing Midi Dress

Special occasions deserve extra-special outfits & what could be more special than your baby shower!

Whether you choose one of our gorgeous maternity cocktail dresses, or opt for something a little more relaxed, we’ve got plenty of stunning baby shower dresses to choose from!

Fourth Trimester Prep

Skin to skin - perfect for the fourth trimester

The third trimester is also the perfect time to pack your hospital bag & invest in the pieces you’ll need once baby arrives. If you plan to breastfeed, then a good collection of nursing clothes is a must.

And why not treat yourself to one of our signature skin to skin tops – perfect for the early days with your little one.

But of course the most important thing at this stage is to relax & enjoy. Wishing you all the best for your final months of pregnancy mama!

Second Trimester Fashion Tips: How to Dress a Baby Bump

The secret is finally out… Baby is coming! Your second trimester is the time to settle in and start enjoying your pregnancy & flaunting your changing figure!

Every pregnancy is different, but it’s often at this stage that the bump will really start to show. Here are our top 5 tips for dressing a baby bump in the second trimester…

1) That’s a Wrap

This trimester you may go from barely showing at the start to beautifully blooming by week 27, so now is the perfect time to invest in maternity clothes designed to grow with you.

Wrap maternity dresses are perfect for this! A second-trimester mamma’s secret weapon, they’re comfy, stylish, ultra-versatile, and the clever wrap ties let you adjust the fit as you grow.

2) Let’s Talk Bras…

If you haven’t already, now is the perfect time to invest in maternity bras – the sooner you make the switch the better. All of our bras offer a super flexible fit and easy access for nursing.

With the right support you’ll look and feel like a new woman!

3) The Perfect Pair of Jeans

With your newly budding bump, a comfy pair of maternity jeans is sure to be high up on your shopping list.

If you like a little extra support & cover, opt for a comfy over the bump style. Or for a pair that looks just like your pre-pregnancy jeans, under bump is the way to go.

Browse our denim collection online for skinny, slim leg, boyfriend fit, organic options and more in a great selection of colours!

4) Always Overalls

We don’t know about you, but we can’t think of anything cuter or more comfortable than a great pair of overalls – and they work so well with a second trimester bump!

Our essential denim overalls feature several size settings at the sides, so you can adjust the fit as you need to.

5) Flaunt that Blossoming Bump!

Styling in the second trimester is all about emphasising the empire waist. It’s your slimmest point right now, so highlighting it will flatter your figure & show off your beautiful bump to its best advantage. Afterall, now’s the time you want people to know it’s a baby in there… not a cheese burger!

Our double layer maternity & nursing dresses are perfect for this – the topper in a different fabric provides the perfect contrast to show off the bump.

More Than Just Maternity Jeans: Our Top 5 Summer Denim Trends

With summer just around the corner, now is the perfect time to give those well-worn black skinnies a break & embrace some cool new maternity jeans for the warmer weather. We’ve rounded up our top 5 summer denim trends with a few great ideas for working the looks through pregnancy…


1) Cool Colours

Summer style is all about bold colours and beautiful pastels, so now’s the time to think beyond your classic blues and blacks and opt for some cool coloured maternity jeans! Made in our signature soft stretch denim and fitting comfortably under your bump, choose between full length & cropped pairs in a stylish selection of shades.


2)  Jumpsuits

Denim maternity jumpsuit


Why not opt for a full denim ensemble with our iconic Stretch Denim Maternity Jumpsuit – It’s a real statement piece loved by fashion stylists and bloggers alike!


3) Denim Skirts

A classic denim maternity skirt is an all-season style staple for every mama’s wardrobe. Team it with a cute summer top, sandals and sunglasses through the summer, then transition it easily for cooler weather later on with tights and boots. Browse our denim boutique and choose from classic blue, bright white and chic stripes.


4) Denim Shorts

And last but by no means least, a chic pair of denim shorts is the ultimate summer time must-have. Our classic Under Bump Denim Maternity Shorts are perfect for summer getaways and trips to the beach, while our Over Bump Denim Bermuda Shorts offer a little more cover and gentle support around your middle


5) Summer Whites

Nothing says chic summer style quite like a pair of pristine white maternity jeans! Whether you opt for the cropped under bump or full length over bump, our ultra-soft white jeans are loved by celebs including Kate Hudson and Karolina Kurkova, and are sure to become a key piece in your new wardrobe.



Maternity Style with Pregnant Fashion Editor Amanda Marcantonio

Amanda Marcantonio is the Senior Fashion Editor for Good Housekeeping and Prima magazine and is currently 32 weeks pregnant with her first baby. Here she shares her top 3 maternity style tips and her 6 must-have pieces for dressing your baby-bump.



If you only choose to follow one piece of advice, this should be it. Not looking like ‘me’ was one of my biggest fashion fears when I became pregnant. My personal style is classic with a cool, modern twist. I love leather, denim, layering, my high-top trainers, biker boots, stripes and a splash of leopard print and I was dreading having to wear floaty boho maternity clothes which are pretty but it’s just not me! After A LOT of maternity style research and some purchases from Seraphine (skinny jeans, Breton top and black pencil skirt), I realised you can easily find clothes that work with your new body without sacrificing your usual style.


Amanda Marcantonio maternity style



Pregnant or not, I always tell my readers to balance proportions. Not only will it keep you looking modern and up-to-date, it’s also the ultimate in figure-flattering dressing. If you prefer looser tops or longer floaty tunics, pair with skinny jeans or tapered slim-fit trousers. If you feel comfy in roomy wide-leg trousers I’d recommend wearing it with a well-cut top to give your figure some shape and definition.



Let’s face it, after months of wearing the same items over and over again, everyday outfits can become a little boring and predictable. So why not try reinventing your existing staple pieces by wearing them differently. Why wear a dress as a dress? It can double as a tunic and be layered over jeans or trousers. Try slipping a jumper or top over a dress which turns it instantly into a skirt. I’m also a big fan of long sleeves under short, rolling up the hem of your jeans, or pushing back sleeves and letting long sleeve T-shirts peep from under a jumper … there are endless ways to give old outfits a fashionable new twist.



Here’s my ultimate list of the best maternity style saviors – the hero pieces that have seen me through my pregnancy…


1) Jeans

Jeans shopping is notoriously tricky but when you’re pregnant it’s even harder. After trying on MANY pairs of jeans from different high street stores (it’s fair to say I’m a fussy jeans shopper), Seraphine under-the-bump skinny jeans have been my go-to style staple. But since reaching my third trimester I’ve switched to their over-the-bump skinny jeans for extra comfort and to wear post-baby. In reality, you’ll probably still wear maternity clothes for a good few months after your baby is born, so great quality maternity jeans are a wise investment.



2) White Long Sleeve T-shirt

The ultimate foundation piece for layering. Seek out a long-line T-shirt with flattering bump-friendly ruching around the tummy. The longer length means you can possibly wear some of your pre-pregnancy tops for a bit longer like I did and just let the T-shirt peep underneath. Wear on its own or layered under tops, dresses and jumpers, the humble long sleeve T-shirt will up the ante of simple outfits.



3) An LBD

A Little Black Maternity Dress is unbelievably versatile – I wear mine at least 3 times a week, if not more! I dress it down with boots and a leather jacket, glam it up with jewels, heels or embellished flats (if I can’t face heels) and I often wear it under a top or jumper. It’s so easy to transform from desk to dinner – it’s my ultimate maternity style winner.



4) Black Trousers or Leather Leggings

You simply can’t go wrong with a trusty pair of black trousers but if you want more of a fashion edge like I did, buy some faux leather leggings. I really don’t like my upper legs and thighs so I wear my leather leggings with long tops, jumper dresses and tunics – it keeps them cleverly covered!



5) Stripes

Stripes are my default purchase at any time in my life and they look just as chic when you’re pregnant. They’re effortlessly fashionable and make you look polished and pulled together without even trying, which is why they’re my pregnancy secret weapon. Why not double up and buy a Breton that’s a nursing top too?



6) Simple Skirt

A go-with-everything chic black pencil skirt is a must-buy. It’s your shortcut to staying stylish all pregnancy long. From weekdays to weekends, it can do both and will be one of the hardest working pieces in your wardrobe. I personally wanted to embrace my new pregnancy shape which is why I love my Seraphine soft stretchy pencil skirt as it accentuates my tummy and keeps my silhouette streamlined.



Pregnancy Style, Second Time Around – by Stylist Charlotte Kewley

Charlotte Kewley is a stylist, writer and Contributing Fashion Editor at Mother & Baby magazine. Mum to Isabella, 18 months, she is 5 months pregnant with her second child. She talks us through her thoughts on second pregnancy style…


First time around I admit I tried to avoid maternity wear for as long as possible. It felt like giving in to start wearing it. I did the whole elastic band through the buttonholes of your jeans trick for a while but it just wasn’t comfortable. Then people suggested that you could just buy regular clothes a size or two bigger. Not true in most cases. Unless you have a seamstress on speed-dial. Maternity wear is cut to fit your size but also accommodate a bump. Normal clothes aren’t. Fact.



After I’d come around to the idea that I did now have a bump (and perhaps a few extra pounds too) and as a stylist with an addiction to shopping that wasn’t prepared to disappear for nine months I shopped around, discovered Seraphine and a few other favourites and now I truly love all of my maternity clothes from my first pregnancy. Some even more than my pre-pregnancy regulars. So I was super excited to be able to wear them again – and add to my collection – dressing a bump is more of a challenge than dressing a pre-pregnancy body but as a stylist there’s some fun in that! During my first pregnancy I bought a lot of basics that I still have, so this time I’m adding in more fun and fashion pieces. Plus accessories. And more red lipstick.


You definitely show quicker second time around. At 23 weeks I’m already bigger than I was at 29 with Isabella. But I don’t mind. It means I get more wear out of my mat buys and to be honest there’s no option so it’s best to embrace your new shape.

Charlotte Kewley Maternity Style

During your first pregnancy you learn how to adapt to a new body shape and spend much of your time experimenting with what works. Or just examining your new body in the mirror trying to figure it all out. Second time you’re more aware of and confident in your new curves and already know how to dress them.


A lot of people really have no idea where to buy maternity clothes so find it hard to stick to their personal style. They’re limited in options so it’s easy to feel uncomfortable, unattractive or just ‘not like you’. My best advice would be to shop online.  There are so many cool maternity pieces available when you actually look for every shape and style, there’s really no need to alter your personal style. And ordering online means you can try everything on in the comfort of your own home and style it up with your own accessories.


Charlotte’s Pregnancy Style Must-Haves

I’m lucky that because of the work I do I’ve had the opportunity to try and test a lot of maternity styles and shapes and am therefore a bit of an expert on the best buys!

Here are the Seraphine must-haves I recommend for second (or first) time pregnancy style…



1) White Cotton Maternity Dress

2) Polka Dot Button Down Maternity Blouse

3) Stretch Denim Maternity Jump Suit

My favourite new-in piece. I’m a big fan of maternity jumpsuits and dungarees. One stop dressing.

4) Black Empire Twist Maternity Dress

5) Breton Cotton Blend Maternity & Nursing Jumper

It’s SO important to think about what will work for nursing (if that’s what you plan on doing). I breastfed Isabella but ran out of clothing options after two days, so had to do an emergency online shop for easy-access tops and dresses. Plan ahead and order some cool but comfortable pieces that will be easy to wear and feed in for the first few weeks before you gain confidence and are happy to whip them out wherever!

6) Faux Leather Panel Maternity Leggings

These have been my go-to maternity pants this time around. Dress up with a tailored coat or at the weekend with trainers and a cashmere sweater.


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For more from Charlotte visit her website and follow her on Instagram @charlottekewley



Bump & Style: How to Flatter Your Pregnancy Body Type

As women, we tend to be pretty well acquainted with our own body types. You probably already have a good idea of whether you qualify as an apple, a pear, an hourglass, or goodness knows what other kind of fruit or vegetable; and you’ll know how to dress to make the most of your shape. But once those pregnancy curves come into the equation, you’ll have a whole new set of shapes to style!

Today we want to help you figure out your pregnancy body type, and offer a few tips to help you flatter your new figure.



Many women find that their baby affects more than just their bump. If you’re gaining weight evenly and seem to be rounding out all over – from the usual suspects like hips, boobs and bum to more unusual places like arms, legs and even your face – then you may be a naturally curvy mama.

For you, dressing for your shape is all about elongating your figure, to help you look longer and leaner. Choose soft maternity dresses in a gently form fitting fabric to show off your beautiful bump – our Woven Printed Maternity Dress would be perfect.

Your key accessory is a long waterfall cardigan that matches the length of your dress, which will optically slim and lengthen your silhouette.



If your baby is sitting low, you’ll likely be showing a cute bump just above your hips. There’s a common old wives tale that would have us believe that this means you’re having a boy – while we can’t vouch for that, we can help you to make the most of your new shape!

Your main concern will be to choose styles that are soft at the waistline – anything that puts too much pressure on the bump is going to be a no-no. We suggest a pair of stylish under bump maternity jeans with a long maternity top.

Your key accessory is a cute cropped cardigan to balance you out and draw attention up towards your face.




If your baby is sitting high, it can sometimes feel like your bust and bump are morphing into one! But the good news is with the right styling, you and your high sitting bump can rock some seriously cute maternity outfits.

Your main fashion concern is to define your curves by separating bust and bump – so something like our Nautical Maternity & Nursing Dress with stripes across the top and a plain navy skirt will work wonders for you. Colour blocking top and bottom is also a great idea – why not try a cute blouse with a high-waisted over bump maternity skirt!

Your key accessory is a stylish maternity belt to wrap around and nip in your empire waist.



If you are naturally petite, that baby bump has nowhere to go but out! So while you keep your naturally slim frame, your bump will really pop. With the right maternity clothes, you can play up your pregnancy curves – so don’t be afraid to take risks and have fun with your fashion!

You are one of the lucky ones who can pull off pretty much anything through pregnancy! That being said, you may need a little help in the early stages adding extra curve to your curves. Why not try a cute pair of skinny maternity jeans with a soft ruched maternity top to add a little oomph to your bump. Horizontal stripes and patterns will look great on you – our Printed Side Ruched Maternity Dress is the perfect choice.

Your key accessory is anything to make your look pop – why not try one of our Empire Maternity Belts in silver.



Back to Work: Revamp Your Working Wardrobe for Pregnancy

Here at Seraphine we’re getting that new year feeling – you know the one. You wake up one morning and realise that you have literally nothing to wear to work. Sounds like it’s time for a work wear wardrobe re-vamp!

When it comes to dressing your bump for the office, the rules are basically the same as they were pre-pregnancy with just a few minor adjustments to flatter your changing figure. Read on for our top tips for professional style in pregnancy…


You Can’t Beat the Classics

Build up the basis of your working wardrobe with classic staples in black, white and grey. A comfy pair of tailored maternity trousers is a must, and you’ll never go wrong with a little black maternity dress. The Seraphine Bump Kit is a great starting point for your professional wardrobe; it offers 4 essential styles to mix, match and accessorise with key pieces from your regular wardrobe!


 Add a Pop of Colour

That being said, don’t be afraid to introduce a touch of colour into the mix! Break up your monochromes with colours and patterns for a more feminine look at the office. Pair black or grey trousers with a rich jewel tone maternity blouse, or bring a little more personality to your look with stylish patterned maternity dresses. Small repeating patterns like polka dots will always flatter a bump!


Accessorize All Areas


Complete your look & tie your pregnancy work wear ensemble together with the perfect accessories! A well placed belt will work wonders for your figure, breaking up your outfit and defining your empire waist, while a smart It bag will lend your look that perfect professional edge.

And don’t forget the shoes! When you’re expecting at the office, you need shoes that will look the part, and feel comfy and supportive all day long. Seems like a tall order, but ShoeTherapy has got your back! Their fabulous range of stylish ballerina flats and fashion forward loafers are perfect for your 9 to 5; made with ergonomically engineered soles, and designed to take the strain out of walking.


For more professional style inspiration, check out our maternity work wear selection.



Rose Quartz & Serenity | Meet the Pantone Colours of the Year 2016

The fashion powers that be have spoken: The Pantone colour of the year 2016 has been announced and for the first time ever there’s two of them! This year Rose Quartz and Serenity are set to team up and take centre stage.

Used as stunning standalone shades or combined as a killer pastel pairing, these colours are designed to promote “mindfulness and well-being as an antidote to modern day stresses.”

Set to define design trends for the year to come, from stylish scatter cushions to lipsticks, winter coats and adorable baby clothes; here are a few of our favourite ways to work the shades of the year…


Rose Quartz & Serenity for Mummy

When it comes to styling the Pantone colours of the year for pregnancy, we have plenty of fashionable options to choose from. Dressing for this trend is all about layering up separate pieces in block colours of each shade. Try pairing our Blush Lace Maternity Cocktail Dress with our Powder Blue Natasha Cashmere Blend Coat. Or why not style our Chevron Print Maternity Dress with pink shoes, accessories and lipstick for a fresh spring look. You could even work the trend at bedtime by slipping on our Blue Polka Dot Nursing Nightie with your favourite fluffy pink slippers and dressing gown!



Rose Quartz & Serenity for Baby


Of course it’s not just you who’d look gorgeous in these pretty pastel shades…. Check out the Diana Award Collection – a beautiful new range of designer baby clothes available exclusively at Seraphine, in glorious pinks and blues and featuring the stunning Diana Pastel Tartan. Fall in love with pretty tartan baby dresses, soft cashmere cardigans and smart coats. And melt over adorable fleece-lined baby booties and charming tartan bonnets.


Rose Quartz & Serenity at Home

When combined in just the right way, Rose Quartz and Serenity harmonise in a room to create a space that’s calming and nostalgic with a surprisingly sleek and modern finish. They make a stunning choice for the nursery, and work wonderfully together in kitchens and bathrooms. When incorporating these shades into your home, Interior Designer Jared Sherman Epps suggests: Let one colour take the lead and allow the other to act as an accent to create a serene but striking balance.”


Rose Quartz & Serenity in Beauty

This daring colour duo is sure to be a big hit in the beauty world. Sephora have already released their Pantone Universe inspired range complete with lipsticks in both creamy rose quartz and unexpected serenity. Both shades make for beautiful nail polishes, rose quartz is the perfect blush for a fair complexion, and we predict that this trend could even herald the return of retro blue eyeshadow.


For more colourful inspiration check out our Pantone Pinterest Board:
Follow Seraphine Maternity’s board ROSE QUARTZ & SERENITY – 2016 PANTONE COLORS OF THE YEAR on Pinterest.



First Trimester Fashion Tips: How to Hide a Baby Bump

Congratulations – you’re pregnant! You just got the biggest news of your life, but if you aren’t ready to shout it from the rooftops just yet, we are here to help.

As the world begins to open up again, we’ve put together a few top tips on how to hide a baby bump at work, out with friends and even from your nearest and dearest before you’re ready to share the news.

First Trimester Tips At Work

1st trimester maternity work wear to hide a baby bump

1) Maternity Workwear

While many of us have worked from home this past year, hiding a baby bump at work has not been a problem – it’s easy enough to angle your zoom camera high!

But as we begin to contemplate a gradual return to the office, it’s worth thinking about maternity workwear options. Anything with an empire waist will cinch you in under your bust and glide easily over your figure. Choose one of our stylish empire maternity dresses, or wear a loose fitting blouse, untucked over a comfy pair of black maternity trousers to hide your baby bump at the office.

2) Choose a Partner in Crime

Hide a baby bump at work

Covering your first trimester tracks at work can be exhausting, so we suggest letting someone at the office in on the secret. They can help you divert attention from tell-tale hospital appointments and inevitable pregnancy symptoms.

Your work bestie is the perfect candidate, though really it could be anyone you trust to keep mum about your impending mummy-hood.

3) Stock up your Snack Drawer

Make sure to have a good supply of plain snacks, mints or gum and water to sip at your desk. Anything that will help in case you come over queasy at work.


First Trimester Tips for Evenings Out

First trimester maternity fashion

4) Get Sneaky with your Drinks

If you’re not usually one to shy away from a drink, your friends may catch on if you suddenly abstain. If you’re out at a bar, try to order when no one is listening and get a virgin version of your usual – a lemonade or sparkling water can easily be dressed up as a gin & tonic.

If it’s a dinner party setting & somebody pours you a glass of wine without asking, make sure your partner gets a glass of the same & subtly switch glasses each time his starts to go down – if you’re careful, nobody will notice you’re not actually drinking.

If all else fails, claim that you’re detoxing or on antibiotics, or better yet, offer to be the designated driver!

First trimester maternity dresses

5) Draw Attention Up

Use your clothes and accessories to distract, misdirect & draw attention up towards your face, away from your budding bump. A gorgeous dress with a busy pattern or a lot of detail at the top could do the trick, or try some statement jewellery.

First Trimester Tips for Family Gatherings

First trimester fashion tips

6) Balance your Bump

Family gatherings can be tricky – especially if your mum or mother-in-law are on high-alert grandbaby-watch! Wearing shapeless baggy clothes is sure to raise suspicion, so the trick at this stage is to balance out loose tops with more fitted bottoms. Our maternity leggings or skinny jeans would be perfect for pairing with oversized A-line tops for a relaxed weekend look.

7) Layer Up

Hide a baby bump with clever layers

To really disguise your new curves, layer up with a long draped scarf or cardigan. One of our Long Line Cardigans would be the perfect cover.

8) Time for a Makeover

Been thinking about a new haircut, or experimenting with some new makeup looks? Now is the perfect time to shake up your beauty routine, so that when someone spots something different about you, you can blame it on your new look. It can also help to give you a little boost if you aren’t feeling 100% right now.

Good luck keeping your wonderful secret mamas!

Look Mag Assistant Editor Claire Sanderson talks Maternity Style

Glamorous mama Claire Sanderson is the assistant editor at Look magazine, who describes herself as a Valley girl done good! Mum to 2 year old cutie Zak with another one on the way, we caught up with Claire to find out how she’s been styling her bump for the office.



1)      Describe your day to day style

I’m all about simple yet knockout dresses and love a printed, vintage find. Pre pregnancy I’m a curvy size 12 with a narrow waist and wide hips so I’m a big fan of nipped in waistlines – the classic tea dress is my ultimate cut. I also prefer a midi length to balance out my hips. I rarely, in fact never, wear jeans or trousers. Even on the weekend you’ll find me in a dress with nice flats and a cross the body bag.



2)      Did you stay true to your style during pregnancy?

Yes, definitely. I’ve worn more plain dresses as opposed to lots of prints, but my waist, although higher, has remained comparatively small to my ever growing hips and bottom so the fit and flare style still suits me best.


3)      How did being pregnant affect your work wardrobe?

To be honest, it didn’t. I’ve just worn different dresses, but with flats rather than amazing heels. One of my colleagues paid me a lovely compliment recently saying I’d worn my pregnancy well and always dressed appropriately for the office.  I’ve tried to keep my wardrobe elegant, even when it’s the last thing I actually feel.

4)      What was your favourite Seraphine piece?

I love the navy pleated dress. It’s so comfortable, a must for expectant mums. The three quarter length sleeves are very flattering and the midi length is perfect to accommodate a growing bump without the hem riding up and becoming too short. The belt detail below the bust line exentuates what is still my slimmest area leaving me feeling confident and ready to take on the work day.

Claire Sanderson maternity style

5)      Any top tips to share with pregnant mums?

Pregnancy shouldn’t change who you are or your style, but obviously adjustments have to be made. When it became apparent that I was a liability in heels – my balance and spatial awareness seem to have all but disappeared – I bought a couple of pairs of great flats. I’d also advise investing in key maternity pieces that you can rotate and accessorise differently. Finally, don’t be too hard on yourself. No one is expecting you to look amazing every day.



For more of Claire’s maternity picks, check out her maternity clothes edit in Look.



Sophie Ellis-Bextor & Karolina Kurkova are Stunning in Seraphine

Here at Seraphine, we are known for dressing some of the most glamorous women in the public eye through their pregnancies. And last week we were delighted to see not one but two stylish celebrity mamas-to-be rocking Seraphine maternity clothes… Singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor and super model Karolina Kurkova!


Sophie Ellis-Bextor


Last Monday, Murder on the Dance Floor singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor attended the star-studded UKTV live launch at the Phillips Gallery looking stunning in one of our little black maternity dresses. She styled our Zip Detail Maternity Dress with glamorous red nails and a statement silver watch, finishing the look with a pair of classic black flats. The stylish mother of three, married to The Feeling bassist Richard Jones, is expecting her newest arrival latest this year; with immaculate makeup and a feminine half-up, half-down hairstyle, she ruled the red carpet!



Sophie is a fan of Seraphine maternity dresses… Last month, she attended a high profile London theatre premier in our Black & White Polka Dot Maternity Dress, and before that she made a glamorous appearance at the launch party of our brand new Kensington High Street maternity store wearing one of our LUXE maternity dresses. And just this week she was spotted looking uber-glamorous in Nice wearing our Woven Printed Maternity Dress with a pair of retro cat eye shades.


Karolina Kurkova


Then on Friday one of the hottest women on the planet, super model Karolina Kurkova was spotted out and about in New York sporting a casual chic ensemble including a pair of Seraphine cropped maternity leggings! The fashionable mum of one is expecting her second baby in the New Year, and rocked our leggings while enjoying a bit of down time between shows at New York Fashion Week. The stunning Czech model styled her maternity leggings with a long white tee, clean white sneakers and a stylish leather jacket, and accessorised with a chic white hat and shoulder bag.



Karolina created the perfect casual city chic style, and she isn’t the first super model to fall for our ultra-comfy maternity leggings… Doutzen Kroes rocked our Grey Bamboo Active Maternity Leggings for pre-natal ballet lessons while expecting her daughter Myllena Mae, and before that Claudia Schiffer loved our Black Seamless Maternity Leggings for everyday style during her third pregnancy.



HELLO! Editor’s Edit: Meet Rosie Nixon’s AW15 Favs

Rosie Nixon is the editor of HELLO! Magazine and one of the most stylish women in the media today. As the figure head of one of the UK’s most popular fashion, lifestyle and celebrity magazines, Rosie has a glamorous image to maintain both in and outside of the office.


A photo posted by Rosie Nixon (@rosiejnixon) on

  Expecting her second baby later this year (a little brother for 18 month old Heath), Rosie has been a fan of Seraphine maternity clothes throughout both of her pregnancies. She stopped by our flagship maternity store on High Street Kensington recently to share a few of her favourite styles from the AW15 collection.    

Watch the video and see which maternity dresses made Rosie’s must-have list…



Shop Rosie’s styles here.


With plenty of press events, star-studded galas and balls to attend, the pressure is on to look her best. And so far Rosie has nailed her red carpet looks in Seraphine LUXE maternity dresses!

Lace Detail Maternity Gown

Last week alone, she cut a glamorous figure in our Lace Detail Wrap Maternity Gown at the British Olympic Ball, and looked stunning in our Red Lace Maternity Cocktail Dress at the GQ awards!


Claret Lace Maternity Dress


Keep up the good work Rosie – you are looking fabulous!

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