Finally! Spring has sprung, and it’s time for all our favorite mama’s-to-be out there to put away their winter coats and flaunt their spring maternity style. Goodbye snow day blues, and hello brunch! Spring means trading in snowflakes for fresh florals, jewel tones for pastels, and turtlenecks for tank tops. But what are the current fashion trends in spring maternity clothes? Thankfully it’s easy to look to Hatch maternity clothes to check out the latest in maternity fashion.
We’ve broken down some of the latest styles that have started to *spring* up (pun intended).
If you thought you’d have to give up overalls during your pregnancy, think again! Overalls with adjustable straps and a drop waist (excuse me, baby coming through!), are the perfect option for a mom on the go. Stroll from the playground to the office, and everywhere in between, in an effortless overall look. Dress down for casual occasions with a pair of denim overalls – light or dark wash, whatever strikes your fashion fancy. Or spice things up with a patterned pair – personally, we’re a fan of stripes. For warmer days, trade in your regular overalls for short overalls and tan those gams! Oh, and the best part about overalls? Pockets galore. Need we say more?
Spring means floral dresses and floral dresses mean you’ll look amazing in one as a part of your maternity wardrobe. Sorry, I don’t make the rules, I just report them via fashion blog. While florals for Spring might not be “groundbreaking,” in the words of Miranda Priestly from The Devil Wears Prada, florals add a fun pop of color and pattern that works for any spring occasion. For a Mother’s Day brunch, go with a soft pink pastel dress or top. If you’re feeling even more adventurous, try an option with flowy flutter sleeves and go full springtime fairy vibes. Your baby’s in bloom, so why shouldn’t your outfits be too?
I mean, what else is spring for? While sweatpants are great for winter lounging (or any lounging, tbh. Don’t ask what I wrote this blog in.), Spring means it’s time to get those legs out into the sun. Plus, there are tons of options when it comes to maternity shorts. For days on the move, try a pair of denim shorts with adjustable buttons. Or, for a laid back day by the lake (or on the couch watching the latest Real Housewives while eating tortilla chips and spinach dip), put on a pair of pastel linen shorts with a stretch waistband.
Who said knit dresses were just for influencers at coachella? Not us! Knit dresses are a great outfit choice for when you want to relax while also looking event ready. With tank sleeves, and comfortable stretch fabric that moves with you, knit dresses are great for kicking spring off with a backyard barbecue, and easy to throw a sweater or cardigan on over when the sun sets and s’mores come out. Live out your best boho baby bump dreams, babe.
While the birds are chirping and the sun is shining, there are some Spring days where it can get a bit chilly. April showers bring May flowers and sometimes…sweater dresses! Sweater dresses are the perfect way to keep warm while also looking chic. Try a bodycon option to show off your bump, or try a heavier knit for maximum coziness. Whatever the case, you’ll be looking cute until the clouds clear.
Could we write a blog about spring maternity fashion trends without mentioning pastels? I don’t think so, mama. Pastels are to Spring as Bunnies are to Easter as I am to a pint of ice cream while watching Moulin Rouge – hmm, maybe I should have ended that metaphor earlier, but you get it. Pastels are the hallmark of every spring wardrobe. And what makes them a hallmark is how versatile they are – you could literally wear pastels every day of the week all spring long. For a weekend beach day, put on a yellow pastel wrap dress. Then for a week day lunch date, throw on a pink pastel plaid boyfriend top with some jeans. Finally, come Friday when you want to wind down (and maybe have some ice cream and watch Moulin Rouge), throw on a pair of pastel shorts to chill out in.
After a long winter, Spring is a chance to refresh your maternity wardrobe with new colors, patterns, and fun silhouettes. Whether you’re a shorts-loving goddess, or a flowy floral dress queen, you’re bound to look great in any of the Spring styles mentioned above. So, which ones will you be incorporating into your maternity closet this Spring?