5 Affordable Spring/Summer Maternity dresses from ASOS

Hi Cherubs!

I wanted to start off by saying a huge thank you to everyone who read my last post about my experience with miscarriage and my current pregnancy, it has had such a great response and that means the absolute world to me. 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage, its a big deal, and my post is actually my most popular to date which suggests that people do wanna talk about it and thats amazing! 💕

Moving on to maternity fashion which is honestly not the most fun thing ever, I've been looking into brands and I feel like a lot of it is just the same old and pretty boring. ASOS and Topshop are the only places i've really fund which I would actually consider buying from. However I don't necessarily think you have to buy 'maternity' specific items, you can be smart with your purchases. I recently bought a gorgeous nude oversized shirt dress from & Other Stories which will be on my blog on Monday. If you buy things a little bigger, maybe even oversized I think they will work for a few months at least. Also consider buying midi length dresses and skirts as the main issue with non maternity clothes is that the front of dresses/skirts/tops end up being too short. There are a few items you will have to buy for pregnancy like jeans with the over the bomp band and longer tees.

ASOS, Maternity dresses, Pregnancy fashion, Fbloggers, Sarah Satongar, Wish list,
1. Shirt dress with embroidery - $64 - Pink | 2. Mamalicious stripe shift dress - $56 - Multi | 3. Gingham smock dress - $45 - Red | 4. Check smock dress - $51 - Black | 5. Daisy print midi dress - $45 - Black |

ASOS and Topshop are pretty reasonably priced so I think they are a great place to start, I really don't wanna start spending ridiculous amounts on clothes because I'll only be wearing them for a few months. But as you can see from this wish list I have a thing for smock dresses...I have always thought pregnant ladies look so stylish in them and they are easy and comfortable and thats my main aim for the next 5 months. One of the annoying symptoms of pregnancy is bloating I guess because things are getting pretty cramped down there and hormones are slowing down your digestive system, so any pressure on your stomach just adds to that uncomfortable feeling. This is why I am living in my culottes (see previous post here)

Thanks again for reading!

Love Sarah

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