The top three sixties inspired looks which work for pregnancy

The shapes and styles of the sixties were a huge trend on the catwalks this season.

As seen in Jasper Conran’s sixties inspired mini shift dresses and statement coloured tights, to chic houndstooth prints; they are popping up everywhere from Dior to Michael Kors!

Sixties influences are everywhere this autumn, and there are some fabulous elements which work perfectly for pregnancy!

Here’s a quick guide of the top 3 essential looks that you need to make the sixties trend work for your pregnancy this autumn.


Maternity Shift Dress


1) Shift Maternity Dress

A shift maternity dress skims flatteringly over your pregnancy curves and is the perfect piece to create a signature sixties silhouette.

Our Two Texture Maternity Dress is loose fitting, with a knitted body that meets the woven skirt at the empire line to flatter your figure and create a contemporary contrasting look.

Or else, why not try our Empire Line Pleated Maternity Dress to achieve the same effect, but with an extra pop of colour.


2) Colour Blocking

Colour blocking was a huge trend this summer which we love  too much to let go!

We are carrying this fabulous sixties inspired trend through to the autumn with our Knitted Maternity Mini Dresses in red and navy blue.

Why not add a flash of colour to your maternity outfit with a funky pair of coloured Maternity Tights in navy or violet?

Knitted Houndstooth Maternity Skirt3) Houndstooth Print

As we mentioned, the classic houndstooth print is enjoying a massive revival this season, and is appearing in every conceivable colour, size and style!

Work the trend through the frosty winter weather in our chic Houndstooth Maternity Coat, or style yourself sixties for a party in our Knitted Houndstooth Maternity Skirt with a chic Black Draped Breastfeeding Top.

So there you have it! With just a few staple pieces you can stay on top of the trends and start to work a sixties inspired twist into your winter maternity wardrobe!


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