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Spring Maternity Fashion Trends

What better way to welcome the coming of Spring than by taking a look at the hottest trends for SS21? We’ve studied the runways to find out which looks will be dominating this year, dismissed any that aren’t maternity or breastfeeding-friendly, and have the top maternity and breastfeeding-styles ready to share with you. We believe that you shouldn’t have to wave bye bye to your style because you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, so make yourself a hot drink, get comfortable and start planning your spring maternity wear.

Boyfriend Jackets

Boyfriend jackets, aka oversized blazers, are huge this season and are an excellent style for pregnant mamas. Not only are they super comfy to wear, but because they’re large fitting and worn open at the front, you’ll be able to rock it throughout the trimesters.


Choose a boyfriend jacket in a staple colour that will go with the majority of your wardrobe for ultimate versatility, then play with accessories to add a pop of colour. Styling it couldn’t be easier either; just throw it on over a maternity top and pair it with your favourite up-turned jeans and trainers. Voila, effortless!

Go Wide

Goodbye skinnies! Wide-leg trousers are the fashionable choice this season. Louis Vuitton, Stell McCartney, Fendi, Chanel and many many more designers are championing the wide-leg-look, so you’ll definitely find the styles replicated in the high street over the coming months. 


Embrace the trend by opting for palazzo style trousers to wear under your bump or wide-leg maternity jeans that sit above your bump. Pair with your favourite maternity tee or tank and a pair of flats and you’ll look super stylish this spring.

Sorbet Pastel

Delectable sorbets are the hue of SS21, and while pistachio green seems to be the colour du jour, it isn’t the only pastel making it down the runway. Pastels in every shade are making waves this season, which is great news for those of you who have already nabbed one of our Rockin’It or Roar maternity and breastfeeding sweaters or our Power of Love tee

If pastel just isn’t your thing, try wearing accents of it in your accessories along with colours you do love.

With vibrant violet fabric and vintage-faded pink tiger design, you’ll be looking and feeling fierce in our Roar maternity and breastfeeding sweatshirt. 
Delectable sorbets are the hue of SS21
Our Roar maternity and breastfeeding sweatshirt in lilac organic cotton will leave you feeling fierce and on-trend

Headscarves

If you’re not usually one to follow the latest trends, or you simply don’t want to stray from your maternity wardrobe staples, headscarves are the perfect spring trend for you. 


Headscarves are making a big comeback in 2021 and we couldn’t be happier. Not only do they come in every possible colour combination, but they can be worn in a multitude of ways. Not to mention, you never have to size up in a scarf! Treat yourself to a new scarf in colours that make your heart sing, and then have fun learning all the different ways you can wear it. 

Vintage Style Headscarf, Fiery from Etsy *
Headscarves are making a big comeback in 2021
Ribbed Turban Headscarf, Red Rock from Etsy *
Headscarves can be worn in a multitude of ways in 2021

*As styled by Hair & Makeup artist Jennifer Lo at Lolo & Co.uk 

At NINE+QUARTER, we focus on effortlessly-cool clothes because, let’s face it, knowing how to dress a growing bump can be daunting and finding the time to get dressed with a newborn is no mean feat. Yet we’re firm believers that fashion is for everyone. The SS21 trends above are easy to adapt during pregnancy, postpartum and whilst breastfeeding. 


Looking for more wardrobe inspo? Why not check out: Multi-Wear Maternity Clothing



Originally from New Zealand, Sarah is a mother to two boys and has lived in the UK for the past 10 years. She is a home-educator, freelance writer, Netflix-binger and has a penchant for strong black coffee.

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