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Show off your growing baby bump in this stylish collection of adorable maternity styles! You’ll never have to sacrifice comfort for fashion with these chic, breezy dresses and the stunningly sophisticated blazer. These patterns are from the 01/2015 issue of Burda Style Magazine.

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This softly flowing empire-waisted dress will fit your growing curves like a glove, with an elasticated waist that adjusts to your figure and tie bands at the back that define your silhouette. The wrap style v neck bodice flatters the neckline while the bust is shaped with gathers for a flexible fit.

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This adorable ruffled two-piece dress is as comfortable as it is cute with a roomy top that gathers under the bust to highlight the figure, and falls smoothly over a growing baby belly! Feminine frills along the sleeve and hem enhance the look.

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You’ll be the most stylish mom-to-be in this sophisticated and professional blazer. The back is shaped with panel seams for a tailored finish, while the front features bust darts and a dartless waist for a comfortable and relaxed fit. Chic fold-over lapels add modern flair.

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Keep things stylishly simple in this casual loose-fitting shirt dress. A traditional collar and button up placket make this a great choice for office attire as well as everyday wear. Pleats at the waistline add extra room so you’ll be able to move freely and won’t feel restricted.

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This playful shirt-dress is the perfect fashionable and versatile piece to add to your maternity wardrobe. A neckline tie, standing collar, placket and pleats in front and back give this dress stylish flair. Cinch the loose silhouette with a waist belt to define your figure.

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    Jan 8, 2015, 09.35 AMby isuzebu

    love the collection

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    Jan 7, 2015, 01.58 PMby billiethekid

    I fell in love with the blazer as soon as I saw it in the magazine! I wonder if it could be worn from not-pregnant women or be somehow modified

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    Jan 7, 2015, 03.50 AMby patcallan

    baby dribble bibs/pattern

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    Jan 6, 2015, 05.58 PMby barretta

    Actually, after a few babies, I find the real need is not for clothes to fit the bump, but finding comfortable, attractive clothes for breastfeeding that don’t have big baggy tummies in! Honestly, the amount of time I’ve spent breastfeeding (3 1/2 years total so far) massively outweighs the big-bump period (I only seem to have a noticeable bump for about 4 months, which is hardly worth a whole new wardrobe), and such a very little part of that called for big-bump AND nursing access at the same time (I could probably count it in days if I tried). Will we next see a series of clever-nursing-access-in-all-seasons dresses, tops and winter woolies? Please?

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      Jan 24, 2017, 03.13 AMby jax72

      You speak nothing but the truth. Dressing for nursing, or worse-pumping, that has been my issue.

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    Jan 6, 2015, 05.32 PMby Femke Docherty-de Vos

    A real shame they don’t go up to larger sizes. Finding good plus size maternity patterns and clothes is a real challenge.

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    Jan 6, 2015, 03.58 PMby Mary Leachman

    i really love the two-piece dress. The ruffled top (love the sleeves) and the fabric used have a kind of retro look. I guess these are not available in stores? I just wish there were more patterns offered for long dresses (maxi) because feet and ankles can swell during the last trimester (not a good look), and long (maxi) dresses and skirts would be ideal for that reason.

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    Jan 6, 2015, 02.20 AMby Moimisie

    Love the empire waist dress!

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    Jan 5, 2015, 08.45 PMby tkzhou

    Great! I might need these in 2015.

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    Jan 5, 2015, 07.22 PMby Sumaira Azeemi

    excellent

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