There’s rarely a day she’s not in the news, but my interest in Kim Kardashian really began only when her pregnancy was announced. I’ve been interested to see how her pre-preggers sex-bomb style translates into dressing a bump.
Kim is due mid 2013, so T3 is when she’ll really pop. On her blog, Kim says, “I struggle finding things that don’t make me look heavy. I’m definitely having a lot of fun with my maternity fashion and love trying new things.”
Here are some of the elements she’s included in dressing her bump so far.
Black – That’s her signature colour and never more so with her first pregnancy. Leggings, dresses, fitted skirts, blazers, sunnies, bags, scarves. Layer upon layer of monochromatic basic black. There’s a lesson for all in this as it’s a good choice for most, being flattering, practical and minimising.
Lace – Remember the first dress she wore after her pregnancy was announced? Lace, black, super sexy and 100% Kim. The lacy look continues as her tummy pops with her custom-made garments. Perhaps there will be more KK inspired lace featured in maternity wear – there’s not much of it around.
Bump hugging dresses – And why not? Kim has one more bump to showcase in her pre-preggers figure hugging jersey body-con dresses that make the most of her assets. Super tight and embellished with studs, zips, lace and fur.
Pencil skirts – There’s nothing loose or flowing here. Over the knee length and teamed with some mile high heels. Neat as a pin and very stylish – even the little bump at the front.
Sheers – These reflect total body confidence to show off her growing belly. And we get a flash of her bra here, too!
Heels – Super high, sexy and spiked. Nothing new for Kim here.
Big bags – blinged up to the max with studs, straps, buckles. The bigger the better for balancing out a baby bump.
So….Is Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy style the kind that you would wear?
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