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Summer Maternity Style Guide

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Before I had kids, I always told myself that I would time my pregnancies so that I was pregnant during the winter. Of course, I ended up spending the third trimester of BOTH of my pregnancies in the heat of the summer time. Sweating through August while pregnant with twins is not something I recommend. Yet, you can find cute summer maternity style!

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I had to get very creative with what I wore to stay cool, but also feel fashionable. I ended up collecting some pieces that I really loved and that made me feel breazy and beautiful all summer long.

With the hottest months of the year approaching, I thought it would be a great time to share some of the styles that served me well, as well as some bloggers who inspired my summer maternity style from head to toe.

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An awesome hat with a bright, breazy maxi dress (via Pink Peonies)

floral maternity dress

A jean jacket and a belt just above your baby bump (via Cute & Little)

maternity tank and leggins

A loose and lovely tank from ASOS Maternity

maternity tank and jeans

Light-weight linen blend top from H&M for Summer Maternity Style

green maternity dress

A sweet, summer swing dress (via My Scuttle)

maternity leather jacket

Comfy, stylish maternity leggings from ASOS Maternity for Chic Summer Maternity Style

maternity jean jacket and striped skirt

A mermaid maxi skirt (via Still Being Molly)

striped maternity top

A great pair of shorts (Check out more style ideas from blogger Cella Jane)

black maternity tank and printed pants

Jersey Printed Paints (from H&M)

Looking for more ideas for your summer maternity style? Check out our Maternity Style Pinterest Board.

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