How to dress at 15wks?

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How to dress at 15wks?

Postby nicann2012 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 3:59 am

Hi ladies, i'm 15 weeks and our recent scan showed possibly one boy...while the other one remains shy, so we'll probably only know during our next monthly scan :)

Anyway, i have a question about dressing. I have a wedding to attend next weekend.
My tummy is slightly pooching out - not enough to notice if i wear something loose, but i definitely cant fit in many ofmy old jeans anymore!
i was wondering if wearing a knee-length cocktail dress (as attached) will be ok?
it will not really accentuate my bump..but my tummy wont look flat either (fyi, im ok with ppl knowing) just not sure how to dress when the bump is kinda "neither here nor there" at the moment :)

p/s i've also always been kinda flat-chested, and now my boobs are growing a bit more, but the halter doesnt quite show off too much cleavage...i suppose its ok?

what do you guys think?
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Re: How to dress at 15wks?

Postby Menehune » Mon Nov 25, 2013 3:34 pm

Hi! I think the halter dress will look great! Yeah, I'm in the "is-she-fat-or-is-she-pregnant" phase :mrgreen: If you don't want to show off your bump, stick to solid colors...maybe add a wrap in case it's chilly. When you're ready to show off your bump, go for prints/horizontal stripes.

Congrats & have fun on your night out!

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