The Color of the Year!

maternity clothes

We are thrilled with Pantone’s choice for Color of the Year: Radiant Orchid!

A drastic change from last year’s bold emerald, we can’t wait to wear the soft yet statement-making shade on everything from tops to bottoms to dresses. This captivating color will certainly enhance your pregnancy glow!

“Radiant Orchid blooms with confidence and magical warmth that intrigues the eye and sparks the imagination. It is an expressive, creative and embracing purple—one that draws you in with its beguiling charm. A captivating harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones, Radiant Orchid emanates great joy, love and health.” -Pantone

Shop our orchid maternity clothes at Destination Maternity.

Most Craved Monday

maternity sweater

A simple silhouette accompanied by a great selection of colors makes this ruched maternity sweater a favorite of both customers and staff. Made of a breathable cotton and jersey knit blend, it’s the perfect layering piece – over a chambray shirt or under a blazer – for the impending cool weather. Solid or striped, you can’t go wrong.

Shop this staple maternity sweater from Motherhood Maternity!

Color Crush: Eggplant

maternity dress

Deliciously dark and perfect for fall, be sure to incorporate eggplant into your closet. Be it a fabulously sexy dress or a casually cool skinny pant, purple’s distant cousin is a must on the color wheel!

Shop this maternity dress at A Pea in the Pod!

Celeb Style Profile: Rachael Leigh Cook

Rachael Leigh Cook

Rachael Leigh Cook is quickly becoming one of the hottest celeb mamas on the block. She knows how to dress her petite frame by highlighting that beautiful burgeoning bump, creating looks that fit and flatter. In this photo, she is a coordinated diva in A Pea in the Pod’s Sleeveless Belted Maternity Dress. The regal eggplant hue is perfectly offset by a skinny camel-colored belt and ankle strap platforms. With a flattering drape neck and form-fitting silhouette, it’s an example of wear-day-or-night chicness.

Get the look while it lasts from A Pea in the Pod!

Looks We Love

Looks We Love Motherhood Maternity

Hot summer days were made for a simple yet oh, so stylish look. This basic tank and pair of everyday shorts are given a playful punch of color by way of gorgeous shades of sea green and luxurious purple. Add in the great fit, on-trend stripes and your own favorite flats, and you’re ready to take the heat by storm.

Get the look here!

Fashion Cravings

Fashion Cravings

We adore this sheath in a plethora of pretty hues. The mixture of  cobalt, plum and orange is an unexpectedly chic combination and would work wonderfully paired with neutral heels and a cardigan.  Dress your bump in this floral paisley print and you’ll be set for spring! Get the look!

  • I'm OLIVE CAPONE MYERS, Style Director for Destination Maternity and lover of all things simple yet stylish!
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    Since becoming pregnant I've been living with a capsule wardrobe and love how easy it makes getting dressed in the morning. Easy basics that can be mixed and matched like a chambray tunic (@destination_maternity) white jeans, jersey dresses, simple blouses and cardigans fill my closet. Image by @LucyCuneoPhoto xx @StyleWithinReach #APIPtakeover I produce photo shoots weekly for both my personal blog (@Stylewithinreach), freelance clients and @GlitterGuide. This Spring tablescape was really fun to put together and will be up on @GlitterGuide soon!  xx @StyleWithinReach #APIPtakeover Our nursery is almost ready for our little lady but we still have some work to do! The gallery wall is my favorite! I'll be sharing the full tour soon on @GlitterGuide! @stylewithinreach #APIPtakeover Planning outfits for an upcoming shoot for my blog -- these Joe's Jeans from @apeainthepodmaternity are my favorite maternity jeans and I can't wait for it to be warm enough to wear this eyelet top! @stylewithinreach #APIPtakeover
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