Saturday, 15 February 2014

Stylish and professional look throughout maternity

6 comments:

  1. Dressing for office can be a big challenge especially during pregnancy (the most crucial phase in your life). Considering these clothes would be required for a short period of time, you don't want to be spending a fortune. I am planning to setup a business venture to provide more work wear choices for mums-to-be at affordable price using an online service. For this, i need your inputs with regards to the brands you use, reasons for considering those brands and if you feel there are sufficient options already available. Appreciate your help with this.

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  2. There is a growing demand for maternity work wear as more mums pursue careers plus the economic climate in recent years has driven families to increase income. Whatever be the reason, mums-to-be should not compromise on quality and comfort. Everyone feels good when they look good..

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  3. Expectant mothers should not compromise on style and sophistication in the workplace. Although baggy clothes may make you feel comfortable, but its important to avoid them as baggy clothes may make you look larger than you actually are. So, to wear clothes appropriate for professional setting to feel confident at work, maternity workwear is a fantastic solution. Maternity workwear must be comfortable and since the body goes through significant changes during pregnancy that last through different seasons, these clothes should be comfortable throughout, leaving the wearer feeling so much more confident amongst clients and work colleagues

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  4. To those reading my blog...Hi friends and happy friday! Let me ask you a simple question , how many of you care about what you wear for work. Since so many of us are running errands all day, travelling to work - dashing in and out of car, bus, train; do you feel more energised and more confident when are you do care about workwear.

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  5. How do you disguise the tell-take sign of pregnancy at work...if you are at your first trimester and you have a bigger bump to conceal. you feel terrible and you can't tell anyone. Some women say their saviour in such situation has been voluminous vintage cardigans. These look great, are easy to try on and you get a hand knitted, pure wool cardigan for only 30 pounds! Great, isn't it! But are these vintage products easy to find?

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  6. Continuing from my previous post....i think for professional and some other reasons sometimes its not prudent for mums-to-be to announce their pregnancy at the recommended twelve weeks at work. If you belong to this category, it is important to remember how little people notice since they are just too busy thinking and solving about their own stuff...i would like to know your experiences on what clothes have worked for you to keep your pregnancy under wraps..

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