WIN a copy of Rosie Nixon’s New Novel about Motherhood

Editor in Chief of HELLO! Magazine, successful author & mother of two boys, Rosie Nixon is a super mama & long-time friend of Seraphine.

When we heard that her latest novel, Just Between Friends, is about two mums-to-be who meet at a baby group, we absolutely had to find out more!

The story follows Aisha & Lucy, who are both expecting their first babies. They meet at their local baby group & quickly become friends, but one of them has a big secret, which could change everything… Intrigued? … We sure are!

Just Between Friends is quite a departure from Rosie’s two previous books. The Stylist & Amber Green Takes Manhattan are both fun, feel-good reads, whereas this new book has been described as a gripping page turner with a hidden secret at its centre. Just the thing to curl up with on these dark November evenings… We can’t wait to get stuck in!

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The book is out now, so if you don’t happen to be one of the lucky winners, you can order your copy here.

Rosie Nixon on The Capsule in Conversation Podcast

And if, like us, you can’t wait to find out a bit more, Rosie recently appeared on Natalie Anderson’s podcast The Capsule in Conversation, which is well worth a listen. You can find it on all the usual podcast providers or watch on YouTube here.

As well as discussing her new book, Rosie opens up about motherhood, friendship, giving up on the concept of perfection & championing kindness in life & in her career…. All sprinkled with fantastic celebrity anecdotes from her years working closely with stars at Hello! Magazine.

The way Rosie describes it: “It’s basically like having a cuppa and a good old gossip with me and Natalie Anderson.” … Sign us up!

Rosie loved Seraphine maternity clothes through both of her pregnancies, especially our day to night dresses.

Shop some of Rosie’s fave maternity dresses now!

Trending Now: This Summer’s Signature Maternity Midi Dress

With blue skies on the horizon & summer just around the corner, now’s the time to talk summer dresses. Specifically, this season’s signature maternity midi dress.

These are the fabulously floaty wrap dresses we’re tipping for greatness this season – which one is your fave?

The White One

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Get the Look: Monochrome Midi Wrap Maternity Dress

A little white dress is a summer style classic, and this one is the perfect choice for pregnancy.

The wrap design (featured on all of these midis) helps to highlight your empire waist & allows for a fully adjustable fit.

The Red One

Pregnant woman wearing a red maternity midi dress

Get the Look: Red Midi Wrap Maternity Dress

Make a statement in the little red midi! This customer favourite is bright, bold & designed to make a big impact.

It’s perfect for soaking up the sunshine & showing off your bump.

The Navy Blue One

navy blue maternity midi dress for a baby shower

Get the Look: Navy Blue Midi Wrap Maternity Dress

In smart navy blue, this is the ideal choice for working the trend in any setting – from summer at the office to relaxing at home in the garden.

Made in ultra-soft woven viscose, the style feels beautifully comfortable & lightweight – perfect for all day wear.

The Pink One

Blush pink maternity midi dress for a baby shower

Get the Look: Blush Pink Midi Wrap Maternity Dress

This is our most feminine option in soft blush pink, featuring pretty flutter sleeves, a delicate floral print and a tiered frill hemline.

It’s a beautiful choice for a virtual baby shower or even a sip n see party after the little one arrives.

The Black One

Little black maternity midi dress

Get the Look: Black Midi Wrap Maternity Dress

And last, but certainly not least, we have the ultimate little black dress for summer. A lightweight, feminine take on the sophisticated style classic.

We think this one’s perfect for date nights.

A Midi Maternity Dress for Now & Later

And the great thing is, these dresses will flatter your figure whether you’re pregnant or not – as rather glamorously demonstrated here by new mama @jesta_hillmann & little Juliann with her gorgeous before & after shots.

Rosie Wicks, Wife of the Body Coach, Shares her Top 5 Post-Maternity Pieces

Mama of two & Seraphine model Rosie Wicks, who you may recognise from PE with Joe this week, is the wife of Joe Wicks, The Body Coach and mama to their two gorgeous children, almost 2 year old Indie and 4 & ½ month old son Marley.

Rosie was a big fan of Seraphine maternity clothes through both of her pregnancies & afterwards for nursing. We caught up with her when Marley was just 6 weeks old, and she shared a few of her favourite post maternity styles.

Rosie Wicks on Nursing Clothes

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“I have lived in Seraphine clothes throughout both of my pregnancies and my nursing. It’s nice to have really comfortable clothes that are still fashionable and stylish, and I love that the majority of Seraphine clothes you can wear all throughout pregnancy and through nursing and beyond.”Rosie Wicks

1 The Spring Dress

Rosie Wicks wears a Seraphine nursing dress

Get the Look: Sage Maternity & Nursing Midi Dress with the Organic Cotton Baby Blanket

Perfect for pregnancy & nursing afterwards, this gorgeous midi dress offers an easy fit & ultra-discreet hidden nursing access.

It’s light, floaty & feminine – perfect for anyone expecting a spring or summer baby.

2 The Nursing Top

Get the Look: Broderie Anglais Cotton Maternity & Nursing Top and the Linen & Cotton Maternity & Nursing Top

A good supply of nursing tops is a must-have for a new mama & these two are made in fully natural fibres for a soft & breathable finish.

They’re perfect for pregnancy, and both adapt beautifully afterwards with hidden zips for nursing.

3 The Mama & Mini Set

Get the Look: Organic Cotton Mama & Mini Tees with the Denim Maternity Dungarees

We LOVE Rosie & Baby Marley in our matching Mama & Mini t-shirts! They’re made in organic cotton, so kind on sensitive skin, and the mama version features easy popper nursing access.

Rosie wore hers with our classic maternity dungarees, which are perfect for pregnancy & after –  an everyday essential for new mamas.

4 The Skin to Skin Top

Get the Look: Black Skin to Skin Top with the Grey Bamboo Maternity Leggings

Marley was born 3 weeks premature, so the Skin to Skin to top was one of Rosie’s favourites in the very early days. It secures baby against your chest, in the safe skin to skin position, keeping you both covered up & cosy & leaving your hands free.

It’s perfect for kangaroo care, especially on the busy NICU ward.

5 The Activewear

Get the Look: Maternity & Nursing Sportswear Top with the Power Mesh Maternity Leggings

Rosie is very active mama – as she proved this week on PE with Joe! When she felt ready to start introducing gentle stretches & workouts back into her routine after welcoming her baby, our Sportswear top & Power mesh leggings were the perfect choice.

The top has a clever double layer, allowing for easy nursing access, while the leggings can be worn throughout pregnancy and afterwards.

Shop our full nursing clothes collection online now!

Victory for NCT’s #Hiddenhalf Campaign: New Mums to Receive a Six-Week Check

It’s official – from April, all new mothers in England will receive a six-week check focusing on their physical & mental health, as well as one for their baby.

This fantastic news marks a landmark success for NCT’s #Hiddenhalf campaign, which we at Seraphine have been proud to support.

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“It’s fantastic news that NHS England has responded to our calls for better postnatal mental health checks. This is a huge step forward and means more new mothers will be supported to talk about their mental health problems and get the help they need.”

Angela McConville, NCT’s Chief Executive

About the Six-Week Check

New mum's 6-week check, wearing a Seraphine maternity jumper

This new appointment will be separate from your baby’s six-week check, though it may be scheduled immediately before or afterwards to save you a journey. It’s an opportunity to focus on how you are coping, both physically and mentally, and to raise any concerns you may have with your GP.

The hope is, that this dedicated maternal health check will help to catch more cases of postnatal mental illness & get mothers who are struggling, the help they need.

Why it’s So Important

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Mental health problems affect at least 1 in 10 women during pregnancy or the first year after birth.

But around half of new mothers’ mental health problems don’t get picked up at all.

The old system of a combined mother & baby appointment simply didn’t offer enough time to tackle tricky issues like postnatal mental health.

NCT's #Hiddenhalf campaign - for the maternal 6-week check

Now every new mum will have at least 10 minutes with a healthcare professional to focus purely on her.

Here at Seraphine, we are thrilled to hear such positive news & would like to congratulate the NCT & everyone else involved in this campaign!

Find out more about NCT

Read more about Seraphine’s support for NCT’s #Hiddenhalf campaign here

Autumn Babywearing Club: You Mamas Are Rocking our 3 in 1 Coats!

Autumn has to be our favourite season for getting outside into nature. Nothing beats bundling everyone up in cosy coats & wellies for a big family adventure.

Our 3 in 1 babywearing coats are the perfect choice – discover the full collection online.

We love seeing where you’ve been rocking your 3 n 1 coats mamas – these are just a few of our favourite pics…

Get the Look: Khaki 3 in 1 Winter Maternity Parka

New mama, Kim and her little one Linnea have been getting outside in their khaki 3 in 1 coat.

Seraphine model & mama of 2, Gabie loves our 3 in 1 range – she’s tried them all & has worn them with both her little ones, 3 year old Kaia & 1 year old Mason.

Get the look: 3 in 1 Rain Resistant Pack Away Maternity Coat

‘Torn’ singer Natalie Imbruglia & her new little boy Max put our 3 in 1 rain mac to good use on a country walk in the September sunshine.

Kim & baby Linnea also rocked their 3 in 1 for a sunset stroll along the beach – we think this picture of the two of them is just gorgeous.

Get the Look: Black 3 in 1 Winter Maternity Parka

Gabie & baby mason took the black parka out for a spin around Richmond – looking super cool mama!

Get the Look: Slate 3 in 1 Winter Maternity Parka

New mama Charlie & baby Jessie love the slate parka – she had only good things to say…

“Cannot recommend this baby wearing parka enough! So warm and snug, Jesse loves it and I can just remove the panel for when he’s running around the park in years to come”

Lauren & baby Orla enjoyed a fun family day out in Huddersfield, keeping cosy in their black parka.

And last but by no means least, we thought we’d leave you with this adorable little cheeky face!

Meet baby Ellie – isn’t she just gorgeous!

A big thank you to you all for sharing your pictures @herzenslust.k @natalie_imbruglia @charliegornall91 @lauren.mckelly @mymamawifelife @gabiemilyassis

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Autumn Baby Names: 10 Gorgeous Names for Autumn Babies

If your little one is set to arrive in the next month or so, it might be time to start narrowing down the list of names.

With chilly misty mornings that burn off into golden sunny afternoons – Autumn is without a doubt one of the most beautiful seasons. Here are our top 10 autumn-inspired baby names…


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Feminine but not floral, Hazel is a romantic nature name that comes from the hazel tree.

Symbolising protection & wisdom, Hazel sits suspended somewhere between soft and strong.


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An ancient Anglo-Saxon name that feels fresh & modern thanks to a recent rise in popularity, Archer is a strong name meaning bowman.

Traditionally a boy’s name, we love it for little girls too!


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Of course, no list of autumn baby names would be complete without the season herself!

Conjuring up golden leaves and harvest abundance, Autumn is warm & giving with the heart & soul of a poet.


Newborn baby with Seraphine cable knit nursign shawl

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From Greek mythology, Gaia is a girl’s name meaning earth mother.

Short & sweet, but incredibly powerful, this is a strong choice with green ecological connotations. The perfect name for your little eco-warrior.


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Another tree name, Oliver comes from the Olive tree, symbolising peace & fruitfulness.

Stylish but not nearly as popular as his sister name Olivia, Oliver conjures up rural Mediterranean scenes.


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A beautiful gem with a warm honey shade, Amber encapsulates all the golden goodness of the season.

Generous & warm-hearted – a sunny disposition is guaranteed.


Strong, ancient & green, Forrest may sound like a modern bohemian choice, but it actually has a long history with its peak around the 1890s.

This masculine nature name is typically used for boys, but we think it’s just as nice for girls!


Another classic gemstone name, Ruby is a beautiful vintage name that’s enjoying a massive resurgence right now.

Popular & rising, Ruby is elegant & feminine yet spunky & never afraid to speak her mind.


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A strong masculine name with a soft caring centre, Hunter is a great choice for a little man.

The name shot to stardom in the 80s and has remained a solid choice ever since.


New mum with newborn baby. Wearing the Seraphine 3 in 1 maternity hoodie

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The third and final tree name on our list, Laurel is a beautiful botanical name – a naturally feminine alternative for the more common Laura or Lauren.

Symbolising peace and success, we think could be a lovely option for your little lady.

Skin to Skin Snuggles: What are the Benefits for Mum & Baby?

From that first magical moment when your newborn baby is placed skin to skin on your chest, something amazing begins to happen.

That direct close contact triggers an array of fantastic benefits for both of you, which you can tap into & enjoy whenever the mood takes you.

Who’d have thought a simple snuggle could be so powerful!

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What are the benefits of skin to skin snuggles?

mum wears the grey Seraphine skin to skin top

1) Relieves stress & promotes bonding

Being born is a stressful business.

But that first hour of skin to skin contact with you is the perfect way to help your new baby calm down & get used to being out in the world.

The warmth from your skin, the familiar sound of your heartbeat & even your voice will soothe your little one.

And the magic works for you & your partner too – skin to skin contact with your baby releases oxytocin (the happy hormone) and lowers cortisol levels (the stress hormone), helping you all to bond as a family.

New mum & baby skin to skin

 2) Lowers risk of postnatal depression

According to the NHS, around 1 in 10 new mothers will experience some level of postnatal depression within a year of giving birth.

The natural increase in oxytocin & lower levels of cortisol brought on during skin to skin time can be an effective way to combat this.

Though of course, it goes without saying that if you are struggling with postnatal depression, you should get in touch with your GP or midwife as soon as possible to seek professional advice & support.

New mum wears the Seraphine skin to skin top

3) Stabilises temperature, breathing & heart rate

Did you know that your breasts will actually warm up or cool down in response to your baby’s temperature?

Mums of twins may even find that one breast warms and the other cools if your babies’ temperatures are different – mind, blown!

Meanwhile, your own breathing & heart rate will help to regulate your baby’s.

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 4) Minimises pain & reduces crying

Studies show that babies held skin to skin tend to cry less than those who are not. This makes sense if you think about a baby’s cry as a ‘separation distress call’.

They also experience less pain during necessary clinical procedures like the heel stick blood test.

As far as we’re concerned, less pain & crying can only be a good thing.

The printed Skin to Skin top


5) Boosts baby’s immune system

Not all bacteria are bad – in fact some play a very important role in protecting us from infection.

Skin to skin snuggling allows the friendly bacteria on your skin to colonise your baby’s – boosting their immune system & keeping them healthy & protected as they grow.

6) Encourages breastfeeding

If you & your baby are left in peace to enjoy skin to skin time, your baby will eventually seek out your breast by him or herself & begin to feed.

And another amazing benefit of all that oxytocin rushing around your system is that it will boost your milk supply – helping you to feed for longer.

Discover our Skin to Skin Tops – Perfect for the first year with baby

Here at Seraphine, we have developed the perfect tops to help you & your little one enjoy skin to skin time while remaining covered up & comfy.

Find out more about our Skin to Skin Tops here.

Shop the collection here

Who’d have thought a simple snuggle could be so powerful!

Babywearing Club: You Mamas are Rocking our 3 in 1 Maternity Coats

Designed for pregnancy, babywearing & beyond, our 3 in 1 Maternity Coats are a must-have for mums & mums-to-be.

We love to see how you mamas are styling yours & thought we’d share a few of our favourite pics!

You can find all the looks featured in this post here: Maternity Coats


The Mid-Weight Maternity Parka

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Get the Look: Mid-Weight 3 in 1 Maternity Parka


Diana, the stylish new mama behind the Livane Paris blog styled the mid-weight parka both with & without the babywearing pouch.


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The Winter Maternity Parka

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Get the Look: 3 in 1 Winter Maternity Parka


British blogger Lily Pebbles is expecting her little one this summer, but till then she’s keeping out the cold with our winter parka.


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Meanwhile, new mama, Rina Mae is making the most of the babywearing pouch, keeping herself & her little lady cosy.


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The Maternity Hoodie

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Get the Look: 3 in 1 Maternity Hoodie


New mum & Seraphine model Gabie loves the hoodie – it’s the perfect style for weekend fun with the family.


The Classic Maternity Parka

Get the Look: 3 in 1 Maternity Parka


Throwing it back to 2016, when mama of 2 Carly Musleh looked impossibly cool in our classic parka with her little one Olivier.

Blogger mama Diana has also been rocking it post pregnancy without the babywearing pouch.


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The Maternity Winter Coat

Get the Look: 3 in 1 Winter Maternity Coat


Seraphine model & new mama Gabie is also a big fan of the winter maternity coat.

She loved our babywearing styles so much, she even got the men’s parka for her husband!



The Maternity Gilet

Get the Look: 3 in 1 Maternity Gilet


Yorkshire mama Sophie rocked our gilet with a bump through pregnancy & now she’s styling it beautifully with her baby.



The Men’s Parka with Baby Pouch

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Get the Look: Men’s Parka with Baby Pouch


Blogging dad Stefan Michalak loved our men’s parka when his youngest, Rufus was little.

It’s perfect from the earliest outings with your newborn & will last as long as you can wear your little one in a carrier or sling.



Which one will you choose mama?



Have you met the new additions to our Skin to Skin collection?

We’ve added 3 gorgeous new skin to skin tops to our range, all designed to allow you & your newborn to enjoy the benefits of skin to skin time, hands-free!


The Benefits of Skin to Skin

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“Skin to skin has important functions for parent and baby throughout baby’s first year and beyond.”The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

The benefits of skin to skin contact or ‘kangaroo care’ for both mother and baby are very well documented – from regulation of temperature, breathing & heartbeat to increased oxytocin levels & milk production to simple comfort & bonding.

This is what inspired us here at Seraphine to develop this new post-maternity essential.


Meet our New Skin to Skin Tops

Seraphine's complete range of Skin to Skin Tops


Perfect for receiving visitors at the hospital and the first months at home with baby, the Skin to Skin Top is available in a ¾ sleeve version as well as our 3 new sleeveless styles in black, blue & grey.

After placing the baby inside the top against your skin, long wrap ties cross over & secure the little one in place.

Made in soft stretch cotton, it is gentle on both mum & baby’s skin, while providing the perfect level of structure & support.


New mother wears her newborn in the Seraphine Skin to skin top

Get the Look: Black Cotton Skin to Skin Top


This leaves your hands free while sitting – allowing you to enjoy maximum cuddle time without restricting your movements – you could get into a good book, catch up with your emails or it could even be something as simple as enjoying a quick snack & a drink.

The Skin to skin top keeps your hands free while seated, but it is important to note that it is not a baby carrier or sling, so you should always keep hold of baby while standing or moving around.

What is Placenta Encapsulation? What are the Benefits & Which Celebs Swear by it?

Placenta encapsulation is a pregnancy trend that has been steadily gaining in popularity in recent years. A-list celebrities are doing it, and many mums who have tried it simply rave about the benefits!

But with little to no scientific evidence behind the practice, many doctors remain sceptical. Here at Seraphine, we are by no means medical specialists, but we thought we’d do a bit of digging to see what we could find out.


What is Placenta Encapsulation?

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Placenta Encapsulation is a process which allows your placenta (the temporary organ that provides baby with nutrients in the womb) to be transformed into easy-to-take pills.

You can hire a specialist to do this for you. They will usually pick it up from the hospital, take it away for processing and deliver the pills back to you within just a few days.

While it may sound like a weird celebrity craze, it is in fact not a new idea – the placenta has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries.


Placenta Encapsulation Benefits


Your placenta contains a unique blend of nutrients & hormones. It’s iron-rich, completely natural and absolutely bespoke to you – made by your body, for you and your baby.

Believers claim that placenta pills can:

  • -Balance hormones
  • -Boost energy
  • -Prevent baby blues
  • -Lower risk of postnatal depression
  • -Provide vitamins & nutrients to aid recovery
  • -Great source of iron


Placenta Encapsulation Risks

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Of course, it’s very important to stress that there is no scientific research to support the above claims. All evidence is purely anecdotal and comes directly from mums who have tried it.

Many doctors are sceptical about the practice as the industry is unregulated, and some even recommend against it.

If this is an option you choose to investigate, it’s vital that you talk to your doctor first, and make sure to work with a well-established, reputable encapsulation specialist.


Which Celebrity Mamas Swear by it?

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January Jones loved Seraphine maternity jeans when she was expecting her son Bear


Many celebrity mums have opened up about their positive experiences with placenta encapsulation, including actresses January Jones and Alicia Silverstone, Kim & Kourtney Kardashian and The Big Bang Theory star & neuroscientist Mayim Bialik.


Find out More about Placenta Encapsulation


If you are interested in finding out more about placenta encapsulation, take a look at this article from the safe birth project.

It’s worth doing a little research to find out what options are available to you locally. And of course, always discuss any decisions relating to your birth plan with your doctor or midwife.

If you’re preparing to welcome your little one soon, check out our selection of essential items to pack in your hospital bag!

Breastfeeding Gets Glam: Nursing Style Inspiration from Celebrity Mamas

There’s no need to sacrifice your style just because you’re nursing. With the right wardrobe staples, you can stay your regular glamorous self whatever the occasion.

Some of our favourite celebrity mamas show us how…


Clemency Burton-Hill

Shop Clemency’s Look: Black Maternity & Nursing Top & Tailored Black Maternity Trousers


TV presenter & new mum Clemency Burton-Hill (left) looked stunning live on TV last weekend in a top-to-toe Seraphine outfit to host the BBC’s Young Musician of the Year Award. All while her little 8-week-old was safe backstage!


Clemency Burton Hill nurses her baby in Seraphine


The top Clemency wore features a cleverly concealed zip, providing easy access for nursing. She teamed it with a pair of our classic black trousers, completing the look with a stunning colourful necklace.


Shop Clemency’s Look: Invisible Zip Ivory Maternity & Nursing Top


Clemency loves this top so much she even has it in two colours!

She wore the ivory version just 3 weeks after her little one was born, to host the live screening of Verdi’s Macbeth from the Royal Opera House in London.


Eva Amurri Martino

Shop Eva’s Look: Nautical Maternity & Nursing Top


American actress & lifestyle blogger Eva Amurri Martino loved our nursing tops when she was breastfeeding her son Major.



Shop Eva’s Look: Red & White Striped Cotton Maternity & Nursing Top


She also wore them throughout her pregnancy.

All of our nursing tops are designed to be worn before, during & after your nine months, meaning more wears for your money.


Kimberly Wyatt

Shop Kimberly’s Look: A Breastfeeding Cover & Faux Leather Maternity Leggings


Former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt rocked one of our must-have breastfeeding covers to a glamorous theatre premiere in London’s West End while expecting her first daughter Willow.

She teamed it with our chic faux-leather leggings for a seriously glamorous look.


Life doesn’t stop just because you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, and your style shouldn’t suffer either!

Pram, Pushchair or Travel System: Which Buggy is Best for You? | Competition

Your baby’s pram is, without doubt, one of the most important purchases you’ll make during pregnancy. But with so many different styles out there, how do you know which one is right for you? Read on to find out more about the different types of buggy & scroll to the bottom for your chance to WIN an iCandy pushchair & Seraphine 3 in 1 parka!


The Pram

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A classic pram allows your baby to lie down flat as you stroll, making it the perfect choice for newborns and younger babies. Prams are sturdy and safe for your little one, and most models allow you to remove the bassinet from the chassis to use it as a carrycot for naps and overnight trips.


* Baby lies flat, suitable from birth

* Removable carry cot ideal for overnight trips




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A pushchair is a more versatile option. Baby sits in a seat, which can be reclined all the way back for younger babies, or sat up for older ones. The seat is usually reversible, allowing you to choose a front facing or parent facing view for your little one. Choose wisely and your pushchair could last from birth onwards, and through several children.


*Versatile positioning – front or rear viewing

*Ideal for growing babies

*Reclining seat is perfect for naps

*Suitable from birth (with carrycot attachment)

*Folds up small – perfect for storage & traveling



The Double Buggy

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If you’re expecting twins, or have two little ones close in age, then a double buggy is a must-have, allowing you to push two at once!


*Perfect for twins or older siblings

*Suitable from birth (with carrycot attachment)

*Versatile positioning – both positions offer front or rear viewing




Travel Systems

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A travel system is a basic buggy chassis, which attaches to a carrycot, seat and can even attach to your baby’s car seat, covering all of your baby’s travel needs. This allows you to move your sleeping baby seamlessly from the buggy to the car and back again – perfect for big days out.


*Versatile positioning – front or rear viewing

*Pairs with your car seat for seamless travel

*Ideal from birth onwards (with carrycot attachment)


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We’d like to thank luxury British brand iCandy for the use of their beautiful iCandy pram & pushchair pictures in this post.


Whether you choose a pram, pushchair, stroller or travel system, in the end, it’s all about figuring out which will be the best fit for your growing family. While you’re shopping, why not check out our chic changing bags and 3 in 1 babywearing coats! Happy strolling mamas!


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