Finding maternity clothes for the office that are functional, affordable and you like can be a challenge. In this week’s installment, I share a dash of maternity office style inspiration based on a put-together navy and white outfit inspiration!
This fresh navy and white outfit is the maternity office style inspiration for this week. While bare legs might not be the best idea for this freezing January week, spring will be here before you know it!
No time now? Pin it and come back later.
Plus, this week I’ve added mix and match items that make these professional maternity outfits work in any season – winter, spring, summer or fall!
Maternity Office Style Inspiration
Did you know that Amazon features an amazing array of specialty clothing, including some great deals on work-appropriate maternity style?
Today’s maternity office style inspiration started with this beautiful navy and white sweater that should work during pregnancy and also when you return to the office (and may want pumping-friendly clothes!)
I love the convenience of shopping on Amazon, but I always double check return policies before buying any clothing on Amazon (so, please do the same!)
Mix and Match Maternity Office Style
The navy and white sweater can dress up or down, depending on the pants or skirt that you match it with. It’s paired with a white denim skirt here, so this would be a somewhat more relaxed look. These Straight Leg Maternity Dress Pants with a pair of your favorite heels would look great.
While the winter chill is still in the air, grab this Button Front Maternity Top in Fuschia Orange and layer it with this oh-so-functional Multiway Nursing Cover Scarf (great for nursing or pumping in the office!)
Or, you may already have a Pashima Shawl in the closet? I have one in nearly every color, and I have used them in every season, at work and home (pregnant or not!)
The final suggestion that I added at the last minute was these Ankle Boots Booties. If you already have a pair of these booties (or similar), you may find they work with these pants (depending on where they hit you on the ankle – if you normally wear petites or talls, it’ll make a difference!)
The key really is finding pieces that you are comfortable in now and may also be dual purposed in the future (such as for early postpartum or during any weeks or months of pumping at work!) And, ideally, making use of as many existing pieces of clothing and accessories from your own closet or any maternity items already borrowed from friends!
I hope some of these ideas help you out! Drop me an email (or just comment below) if you’ve been struggling with any particular maternity style problems, and I’ll do what I can to help!
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Still looking for Multipurpose Maternity Dresses That Go From Work to Evening Engagement? Check out that post for tips plus a bonus list of cardigans or blazers to pair with the dresses.