You can still be a hot mom: what clothes to shop for when you’re pregnant

Just me, having a cracking time (I almost lost my balance!)

     When you’re pregnant and you find that you can no longer fit in your old clothes, you know it’s time to go shopping for new clothes!
If you’re like me, you might not want to buy too many because pregnancy is only for 9 months! When I’m pregnant, my basic wardrobe consists of:

  • at least one jacket. (I love to wear a jacket over sleeveless tops and jeans: it looks really stylish!!)
  • a pair of black trousers
  • a nice pencil skirt
  • a pair of white trousers
  • one or two jeans trousers
  • one black leggings
  • a jump suit (It’s very comfortable!)
  • a long loose gown (mighty comfortable too)
  • a few t-shirts
  • a few tops
  • a flat black sandals
  • a platform slippers/shoes. (I’m 5ft 8inches and I love wearing heels when I’m not pregnant. When I’m pregnant, I find that I can’t wear my usual heels: platforms are a great compromise for me!
Having a smashing outdoor photo shoot

What’s your pregnant wardrobe like? I’d love to hear from you!

Dr Fomsky


About the author
Dr Fomsky

Nigerian-born Dr Fomsky is a God-lover, a wife, a mom of three and a medical doctor by day. She is very passionate about hair, skin and weight management. Since she had babies, she's been struggling to keep her weight and her tummy down!
At night, she likes to read books, write blog posts and leave comments on other blogs. She lives in Paris, France and is also the author of Solving your relaxed hair breakage book
ABOUT DR FOMSKY'S
HAIR TYPE: 'Texlaxed' hair, High porosity, Fine hair strands, low to moderate density
CURRENT LENGTH: Between shoulder and armpit length
LOVING: Argan oil for sealing, Brown Butter Beauty Love Deep conditioner, Shescentit Blueberry Co-wash conditioner and Hairveda Red Tea Satin Moisturizer
LONG-TERM PLAN: Trim off bone-straight ends (6 inches left) over time

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12 Comments to You can still be a hot mom: what clothes to shop for when you’re pregnant

  1. Sizzling Mommy… I love that! So many of us lose that feeling and it's great that you're helping people to get it back. On one of your posts you mentioned that you hadn't blogged because you weren't feeling like you were "sizzling," and I think it's great that you were open about how you felt. Not everyone is going to feel like a hottie all the time, and that's okay 🙂

  2. dr_fomsky says:

    Thanks Happy Kid City for passing by. There are many days that I feel so unattractive or lacklustre but the day I took those pictures, I was really feeling happy with myself. I'm glad you think that I help people get back that feeling. Thanks. Have a nice day!

  3. Nekky says:

    You look nice and fit being pregnant. I think Nigerian Environment is doing you good. I miss it a lot. Thanks for stopping by, following back.

  4. dr_fomsky says:

    Thanks Nekky: The Nigerian environment has been pretty good for me. Hope you can come home soon for a holiday? Thanks for following me back!

  5. Myne Whitman says:

    You're looking great and I Love the carefree attitude.

  6. dr_fomsky says:

    Thanks Myne. It took a long time getting there!

  7. Uzezi says:

    I am bookmarking this blog now. I love it.

    but, how come a pencil skirt fits into a pregnant woman's wardrobe? what will you pair it with please?

  8. dr_fomsky says:

    Lol Uzezi. Yes, they have pencil skirts for pregos! It's usually worn below the waist or has a band over the abdomen. I bought mine from NEXT. You can wear it with a fitted shirt or top (maternity style of course!)
    Cos' of your question, I'm going to post pics of how I wear it.
    Thanks for bookmarking dear!

  9. Anna says:

    Thanks so much for sharing this list, I´ll take it as a guide to shop for my maternity clothes, the way I see it, there is no need to buy a lot, just the elemental stuff.

  10. Dr_fomsky says:

    You’re welcome Anna. How far along are you?

  11. Kathy says:

    You look great in the picture! I love how maternity wear has changed over the years, I still remember when I was a little girl and saw pregnant women, they were in the big maternity dress with no shape at all, no jeans, no skirts, just big ugly blouses or dresses. Now there is no reason to look great when you´re pregnant, and no more hidding the beautiful bump.

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