We round-up our favourite maternity fashion brands to keep you looking gorgeous

Frustratingly, there are very few brands out there that cater purely for pregnant women. This, coupled with the fact that what is on offer leaves a lot to be desired, makes putting together a stylish expectant wardrobe somewhat of a mammoth fashion mission. But, don’t fear for we won’t let this stop you from embracing the latest trends! We’ve searched high and low to uncover the best maternity fashion brands. So whatever your bump-dressing style of choice, find the perfect label for you right here.



More than just an online retailer, make this website your best friend in the coming nine months. Whatever the occasion, season or ‘bump-dressing dilemma’, your maternity style will be flawless. There’s an excellent selection of designer brands to choose from, complemented by their beautifully written maternity style guides – steering you through the dos and the don’ts of maternity fashion. nineinthemirror.com


Bells rung out across the nation when the fashion gods at Topshop decided to take on the challenges of maternity style. The selection of fun, relaxed and absolutely on-trend pieces is often just an extension of the womenswear collection, and all the better for it – Topshop designs a maternity line that women happily wear before, during and after their pregnancy. topshop.com


For an alternative take on maternity wear, look no further. The brand’s inspiration is firmly placed in the past, with key pieces from the 50s, 60s and 70s, all rich in colour and vintage-style fabrics. The collection may be small, but each piece is designed to perfection, ensuring these investment pieces will work through pregnancy and beyond. claryandpeg.co.uk


Worn by the likes of Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Garner, the elegant wardrobe essentials that make up Isabella Oliver’s collection have made it the go-to brand for style-conscious mums-to-be. Think flattering, easy-to-wear pieces that look great with minimal effort. For summer, the classic jersey-style Arran Maternity Dress is an absolute must. isabellaoliver.com/uk

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Envie de Fraise’s laidback threads have been spotted on many a celeb, from Mila Kunis to Natalie Portman. The maternity collection is growing all the time but we love it for its chic denim staples and simple cotton dresses, and for when baby is here check out The Family Collection, they do mini me matching really well.



When starting from scratch, go to JoJo Maman Bébé to stock up on those everyday essentials. With over 20 years’ experience in the industry, these guys really understand the needs of expectant mums, designing high-quality pieces that will work for every shape and size. The extensive collection also includes a really lovely baby range, so you’ll have all the kit ready for when the big day finally arrives. jojomamanbebe.co.uk


Not technically a maternity label, these floaty numbers work just as well slipped over a growing bump, and are perfect for injecting some glamour into your beach attire this summer. Plus, they’re forgivingly loose so are equally brilliant post-birth. With its home in Goa, the boutique’s truly gorgeous, Indian block-print designs are thankfully accessible to us Brits online. beach-candy.com


For any upcoming special occasions turn to Séraphine. A favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge, the timeless designs and feminine shapes of this eternally stylish brand are ideal for creating that polished look – which comes as no surprise as the gorgeous founder, Cécile Reinaud, drew inspiration from her Parisian heritage to create the collection. seraphine.com


Another favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge, this luxury maternity label offers a beautiful, ultra-feminine and impeccably-tailored collection that gives expectant mothers the chance to indulge their love of fashion and dress their bump up to the nines. For those on a budget but still craving a bit of luxury, check out the online outlet, with savings of up to 70% it’s definitely worth a visit. maddersonlondon.com


No outfit is complete without a piece of arm candy. But when you also need a bag that doubles up as a home for all your baby paraphernalia, shopping turns into a whole new ball game. Thankfully, the founders of Jem + Bea were in a similar predicament, and it just so happens that one of the duo is an ex-Mulberry designer. If you’re looking for something a little edgier, the KAOS Ransel nappy bag will appeal to dads as well. jemandbea.comthetipi.co.uk

LEAD IMAGE: Model Eimear Varian Barry | photography Ken Copsey

Craving more? Our maternity fashion shoot has all the style inspiration you could ever need for summer, click here.

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