Happy February everyone, the month of love is here! Are you excited for the valentine’s day? I am because this will be our last valentine’s day without the baby and my last month of pregnancy. Next month this time, hopefully we will be welcoming our baby boy!
If you are wondering what to wear for the Valentines day, here are few Valentine’s Day maternity outfit ideas that you can re-create with pieces that you might already have in your closet or check the outfit links below every outfit to shop them. Whether you’re into sleek, simple styles (like a sweater and denim!) or a more feminine, flirty look, I’ve rounded up some affordable Valentine’s Day outfit ideas that are bump friendly to help you celebrate the night in style! All the pieces are non-maternity but accommodates growing bump except the jeans and legging for which I included a non-maternity option!
Maternity Style: 5 Cute Valentine’s Day Maternity Outfit Ideas
1. Pleated Skirt & Sweater
You don’t really need to head to the maternity wear section and buy new skirts, as long as the ones you have in your closet have an elastic waist. To wear skirts during pregnancy, you can either pull them over the bump or have them below your belly so they don’t make you feel uncomfortable.
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2. Dress with a Blazer
Blazers look great over dresses and help to add warmth and style to your outfit. Pick a boyfriend fit blazer you don’t look like you are headed to work. For a streamlined, classy look opt for a blazer that blends into your dress like I did in this look. Alternatively, for a bold look, choose hoose a blazer in a contrasting colour. Add accessories to your outfit add interest and personality to your look.
3. Heart print sweater & Maternity Skinny Jeans
You can’t go wrong with a heart print sweater for Valentine’s day. if you don’t already own one. Check this sweater from pink Lilly boutique, it’s incredibly soft and has a really carefree and fun feel to it. I added burgundy heels to match the hearts on the sweater. Throw on a chic coat and you are good to go!
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4. Red Sweater and Moto boots
Any pieces you have that are red and black/white will look super festive. For a casual Valentine’s day look, pair a red sweater with legging and add statement jewelry or boots.
5. Sweater dress with Chic coat
The sweater dress was one of my favorite purchases from a couple of years back. I have worn it so many times ever since. Flattering fit, hugs in all the right places without being too tight. The vertical ribbed lines give an elongated look. I went with a contract coat for a bold and sexy look!
Which Valentine’s Day maternity outfit do you like the most? Let me know in a comment below!