Street style bumps Vs. Celebrity bumps


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This season bumps were quite the feature at Fashion Weeks all over the world. With Miroslava Duma, Yasmin Sewell and Eva Chen’s pregnancy style being more fashion forward, it inspires me to see how they work current runway styles (Eva Chen in Christopher Kane) into a look that fits and flatters a growing bump.

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I do love how well floor length works for the red carpet, some starlets go for fitted and others, floaty. In my opinion it would depend on where you are in your pregnancy and how you would like to show it off.

And then there was Blake..


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Blake Lively seems to have come trailblazing into the pregnancy style stratosphere with form flattering red carpet looks and daytime trends that mix clashing patterns, shorter hemlines and look-again outerwear. However there seems to be a shock from the media, somewhat unexpected, that somehow pregnant women can be glamourous, fashionable and …. dare I say it sexy!

I like what Blake is doing and how she is dressing for herself, adapting her pre-pregancy looks to suit her new shape. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice your original style just becuase you are pregnant.

Welcome to Bumptown.


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Welcome to bumptown.

This is a personal part of the blog which I have been pondering on starting for the last few weeks. If you don’t follow the KD Instagram you won’t know that I am super excited to be 25 weeks pregnant. This is my first baby and it still doesn’t feel real.

I have looked for a fashion/style/maternity blog and haven’t found one which caters for my needs as a working mother-to-be. I can also say the same about the highstreet, I have been keeping a look out for some maternity style staples and have been so disappointed that I am considering naming and shaming the stores I visited (.. Topshop/H&M etc). I think for a store to fully cater for a woman’s lifestyle means they should carefully consider everything from workwear, occasionwear and maternitywear.

As the creative director at KD I want to also cater for #kdgirls who are going through one of the most exciting yet confusuing times in their lives. I am constanly trying on the collection to see what works, why it works and why it doesn’t. So many people have contacted me to say I should design a maternity collection. But I feel as this is so brand-new to me that I would really appreciate your feedback on pregnancy style/tips.

I know for myself my own body changes constantly, as does my thoughts on how I want to dress the bump. In my job I need to be dressed in smart workwear to greet customers, bespoke brides and attend important meetings. I need a wardrobe that is versatile and includes items I can mix and match.

Through the next few posts I will be interviewing other mums-to-be on what they love to wear and share.

“STYLE IT/WEAR IT/SHARE IT” doesn’t stop when you are pregnant.

Also let’s look to the famous faces/street style stars and see how they style it up. (You know we are all obsessed with how Blake Lively has knocked it up a gear when it comes to pregnancy style.)