SHOP MATERNITY

Calling all yummy mummies! Our new denim maternity collection has just landed, so we caught up with busy mum of two Tatyana Bugayaya from @Lafotka to talk all things style and maternity. With another little one on the way, Tatyana shared her wardrobe essentials and bump flattering style hacks.

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Comfort is my number one priority, and this denim is keeping me happily comfy and dare I say it – cute! I’m wearing the light wash under-the-bump maternity jeans under a flowy non-maternity shirt, layered with a balloon sleeve denim jacket. I added a black belt to emphasise the silhouette and the whole look is instantly elevated.

Comfort is my number one priority, and this denim is keeping me happily comfy and dare I say it – cute! I’m wearing the light wash under-the-bump maternity jeans under a flowy non-maternity shirt, layered with a balloon sleeve denim jacket. I added a black belt to emphasise the silhouette and the whole look is instantly elevated.

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This look is perfect for school runs, supermarket trips or coffee catch ups in the park. Under the bump jeans are a maternity wardrobe must-have, these are so comfy! Dark denim looks great with bright colours, especially neutrals and whites, which I’ll introduce more of as the weather gets nicer. I’ve layered them with a stretch vest and cardigan, finished with linen slides.

This look is perfect for school runs, supermarket trips or coffee catch ups in the park. Under the bump jeans are a maternity wardrobe must-have, these are so comfy! Dark denim looks great with bright colours, especially neutrals and whites, which I’ll introduce more of as the weather gets nicer. I’ve layered them with a stretch vest and cardigan, finished with linen slides.

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This is my everyday “mum” look. The one I’d wear at home, playing in the garden with the kids as it's comfy and easy to throw on in a rush. I’m wearing over-the-bump maternity leggings, the biker detailing on the knees makes them feel and look so much more expensive. I’ve paired them with a knitted jumper, which I sized up for the bump, but I’ll also wear it post birth too.

This is my everyday “mum” look. The one I’d wear at home, playing in the garden with the kids as it's comfy and easy to throw on in a rush. I’m wearing over-the-bump maternity leggings, the biker detailing on the knees makes them feel and look so much more expensive. I’ve paired them with a knitted jumper, which I sized up for the bump, but I’ll also wear it post birth too.

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