HOPING to look her best in her final week of pregnancy, a mom-to-be turned to Target for stylish fits.
Best of all, it all cost less than $30 and could be worn postpartum.
“This little knitting kit is 30% off so it’s less than $30,” she said of the long-sleeved top and skirt Fit she got in size XS.
“It’s super comfortable and while it’s pregnancy specific, honestly if you like it I don’t see any part of it that needs to be pregnancy friendly.
“You can wear it if you’re not pregnant and no one notices.”
As for her favorite features, the cozy ribbing and high-waisted skirt really caught the eye.
Next she slipped into a lighter colored dress and looked chic in the tan during the day midi.
“I can’t believe the price of this dress. It’s so well made and it’s under $30.”
She noted it wasn’t a maternity dress but said it still fit well into her third trimester.
“It is the size you were before you were pregnant. I wear size XS and have a lot of stretch for my stomach.”
Abby raved about the feminine pleated skirt and the lightweight material.
“It honestly ticks all the boxes.”
She stuck with the dresses and switched to one black dress next.
“It’s on sale for $14, I can’t believe it.”
Although she doesn’t usually like square necklines, she made an exception with this dress.
“I think it gives the whole thing a very sexy element and kind of makes it look more expensive than it is.”
She also really liked the slit at the bottom.
“This is not a maternity style but doesn’t have as much stretch as the brown style.
“I received this specimen in size Small. I think if I had an XS I would choke on the bulge.”
She advised her fellow moms-to-be to go up a size in this case, as she did.
To style it, she wore a camel colored model dusterwhich was on sale for $20.
“This is a super comfortable cardigan. The perfect mid-weight material for fall.
“I also feel like long cardigans like this help me slim down when I’m pregnant.”