It was bound to happen. When Rebecca Minkoff, the infamous bag designer became a mother for the first time, I knew we were in for a treat. She dipped her toes in the maternity market when she partnered with Bravado on their limited edition nursing tank collection and just recently released a maternity collection for A Pea in the Pod. It’s funny because I was just interviewed by Metro New York on the upcoming maternity trends and Minkoff touched on many of them with this collection. Graphic tees with cute sayings are in this season. It’s not something we’ve seen […] Continue reading →

It can be difficult to find flattering work wear for expectant moms-to-be, which is why the maternity fashion experts at A Pea in the Pod, have partnered with InStyle magazine to solve the challenge by celebrating the ultimate workweek collection for style-conscious moms-to-be. The collection made its debut at an exclusive “5 Days of Style” event at Destination Maternity®’s flagship store in New York City on February 2nd. Starting tomorrow and running through February 12th, expectant mamas can take part in a personal styling event at all Destination Maternity and A Pea in the Pod locations nationwide. During this event, […] Continue reading →

Last Saturday (October 22), Rebecca Gayheart and her hubby Eric Dane (of Grey’s Anatomy fame) were spotted grocery shopping at Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills with their 1-year-old daughter Billie. Rebecca certainly has fantastic taste when it comes to maternity fashions! The expecting mama looked chic and comfortable in her beautiful bump-flattering Poppy dress (on sale for $46.99) which is very similar to the Jill dress that I reviewed a couple of months ago when pregnant with my son. Everly Grey is a great maternity line that provides comfort and a fantastic fit! Photo Credit: Everly […] Continue reading →

Well, I’ve found it. The one maternity dress that I never want to take off. A dress that I’ve worn and washed over and over again only to have it come out looking brand new every time. Everly Grey is a maternity designer made famous by the countless celebs who have been spotted wearing their designs. Mad Men star January Jones has been photographed wearing their Delia top and Jill Dress in Batik, while Tori Spelling is also a fan of the brand and has been spotted in one of the Luna tunics. Ali Landry was recently spotted in Everly Grey’s gorgeous […] Continue reading →

  When it comes to maternity fashion it’s important to remember that you never have to sacrifice style for comfort. With a little prep and three important tips, you’ll be well on your way to a comfortable and cool summer season! Pregnancy during the summer can be a completely different experience than any other season depending on how far along you are. Many women can stretch it out in the beginning, wearing their regular clothing right up until they are around five months along, however after that point most have fully transitioned into maternity wear. The one thing many new […] Continue reading →

Rosie Pope has become a household name thanks to her stunning maternity fashion collection and hit show “Pregnant in Heels“. Known for her excellent fashion sense and incredible taste in maternity design, it was only natural for Rosie to team up with Pampers on their new Limited Edition Designer Diapers.   As I am currently pregnant with Baby #3, I was thrilled when I received an opportunity to interview the designer on this new collaboration. Dishing on everything from maternity trends, inspirations and of course, the new Pampers designs, Rosie Pope was a real joy to speak to. Check out […] Continue reading →

Sigh. Another gorgeous maternity line debuting AFTER my little one is born! Following in the footsteps of A Pea in the Pod’s Fall fashion debut, Motherhood Maternity® has revealed their Fall 2011 fashion collection, inspired by the color and beauty of the forest and surrounding countryside. These contemporary maternity fashions will debut in several collections, the first consisting mainly of greens from emeralds, dark olive, soft sage and lime, gradually warming up to burnt colors like bark, copper and rose as the season progresses – just like the leaves. Details include asymmetrical necklines, raw edges, heavy stitching and lots of […] Continue reading →