Spring Clothes for Pregnant Women

Few words inspire more joy than spring and pregnancy. Let's have a look at the best way to dress during spring if you're expecting a baby.
Spring Clothes for Pregnant Women

Last update: 25 January, 2019

Do you know which spring clothes for pregnant women are fashionable? Choose among different fabrics, colors, textures, the return of classic pieces, and lots of denim, which are all comfortable so you can feel good in your new figure.

Once the winter months are behind us, we can finally strip off all those coats and sweaters and go out in much more comfortable weather. But if you’re pregnant, then obviously you need to think about a few things first.

First Recommendations

Comfort and, above all, your skin are the things to be most considered when you get dressed.

So, before we tell you about the latest trends in spring clothes for pregnant women, let’s talk about the best fabrics for your skin according to dermatologists.

You should choose, cotton, linen, rayon, chiffon, bamboo, silk, crochet, or instead of denim, cambric. This last one is identical to denim, but it’s lighter and easier to move in.

So, now we’ll talk about what’s in style so that you can run out and enjoy your pregnancy in spring.

Spring Clothes for Pregnant Women

Spring Clothes for Pregnant Women

We’ve had a look at the latest trends and picked out the prettiest and most suitable spring clothes for pregnant women. Here’s what we’ve come up with:


The indisputable winner among all the collections this year is lavender and all its derivatives, whether they be violet or lilac. You can try this color with coats, shirts, pants, shoes: absolutely anything. Another interesting trend is to dress entirely in a single soft pastel color or in blocks of color.

You can find these colors in Zara, Mango, Giambattista Balli, Gucci, Alexa Chung, and Hermes.


When it comes to textures, crochet, feathers, and any superposition of textures will be perfect for springtime. The trick is to use any natural rustic fiber, but in pastel colors to soften your figure.

Another very common texture is transparent plastic, which provides a bit of shine. You can use it on bags or coats, but we don’t recommend that you use it on anything which has direct contact with the skin.


Sequins can be found on dresses, jackets, and boots. If you need to go to a party in springtime, you could choose a dress that adapts well to your figure, depending on how far along you are.

The advantage is that the sparkle takes all the attention away from the “outfit” and you don’t need to use many or any accessoriesYou can even wear much more comfortable shoes without detracting from your look.

Spring Clothes for Pregnant Women

Classic Pieces

One of the most comfortable coats which help to outline your feminine figure is a raincoat. They’re back in fashion this year and we recommend that you use one with a dress. It’s highly versatile and you’ll be guaranteed to be comfortable.

The most fashionable style at the moment is the “detective” type. Dust off the one you’ve got hiding in the wardrobe or check out the ones in Mango, Zara, Armani, or Valentino.

When it comes to suits, you could choose a combination of a blazer and pants. These should be quite baggy so that you can stay comfortable.

Lots of Denim

Almost all the fashion lines this year have included denim. You’ll see many jackets, pants, skirts, and even bags made out of this material. But as we said at the beginning, you can swap the denim for cambric. It looks the same and has the same color but the texture is softer.

The advantage of choosing denim or cambric is that you’ll have an item of clothing that you can wear all year round. For example, if you choose a denim shirt, you can use it as a blazer with a t-shirt underneath and you’ll be comfortable and really chic.

And there we have it! Get out there and enjoy two of the most beautiful things in life: spring and pregnancy!


This text is provided for informational purposes only and does not replace consultation with a professional. If in doubt, consult your specialist.