Beat the Baby Bump Blues With Fashion
Garland, Texas - Summertime is upon us and the heat can take a toll on anyone's mood. That's never more true than when you're pregnant and having difficulty fitting into your clothes.
Never fear... WhoWhatWear.com showcases the latest looks for maternity wear. Whether it's a cold shoulder pleated dress or a feminine eyelet lace up top, reality star turned designer, Lauren Conrad, has great affordable styles that will help you beat the heat while looking your best. Checking in with the online editions of Glamour and Vogue will also keep you up to date on trends.
Pinterest is another great place to search for fun and breezy wear.Type the keywords maternity fashion into the search bar and you're on your way to discovering head turning styles that will showcase your baby bump in the most flattering way.
Designer price tags don't have to be a deal breaker. Popular retailers such as Target follow trending styles to create their own affordable offerings of the season's best looks.
While it may seem odd to focus on apparel if you're feeling anxious or depressed, most women know their mood improves when they're confident they look their best.
It's estimated that approximately 70 percent of pregnant women suffer from depression and/or anxiety. Surprisingly, blue moods are more likely to occur during pregnancy than the postpartum weeks following delivery. While looking your best is likely to help your outlook, there are a number of other techniques that can help you through the rough patches.
Exercise - aim for 30 minutes of mile to moderate exercise four times a week.
Meditation - a simple 15 minute break focused on silence can help you cope more effectively with daily stressors. If you find it hard to still your mind, repeat a simple mantra. Peace, Love, and Gratitude are three simple words that hold great power.
Find time to connect - while it's easy to think we're staying connected to friends through text messages and Facebook, it's not a replacement for in-person contact. Schedule frequent coffee dates or lunches with friends -- it will give you a chance to show off your new clothes!
Lastly, keep your body well nourished. In addition to healthy foods, don't skip your prenatal vitamins. Prenatal vitamins can keep you looking and feeling good on the inside, just like your new clothes can on the outside. Select a high quality prenatal such as those from the experts at Frontrunners Health to ensure you're getting the best nutrients for your little one.
Teresa Roberts (Regional Sales Manager)
1919 S. Shiloh Rd ., Suite 107
Garland, TX 75042
Published on: 2017-07-12
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