Neat and simple. Dr. Scholl's Friendly flats fit into your wardrobe so seamlessly.
Take a hike! No, like literally, take a fun, family hike with your kid sporting these super cute, supportive hiking shoes. Durable and designed to provide stability while protecting little soles and ankles, these hiking shoes featured in our roundup are super stylish and made for energetic explorers all geared up and ready to scale new heights!
Dressing after baby can be a difficult task. While your maternity clothes may not fit anymore, there's a chance you're not ready for your pre-baby clothes—and that's totally normal! Losing the baby weight healthily takes time, and it can take a while for the uterus to shrink back to its normal size. For the in-between period, finding great postpartum clothes can make all of the difference. For a range of clothes that are flattering, supportive and stretchy enough to accommodate your post-baby body, check out these stylish options.
Nordstrom's Half-Yearly sale is here, which means there are markdowns all over the site on your favorite brands. You might not know what you're searching for just yet, but to help you navigate and sift through the seemingly endless products, we've rounded up our favorite discounted items to check out now through June 2. From deals on sturdy walking shoes for your little one to essential baby gear, tis the season to order shiny new items for the whole family right to your doorstep. Move quickly before they sell out!
Comfortable, supportive leggings aren't just for pregnant moms—moms who just gave birth deserve soft, stretchy material that feels great to wear, too. Even better than average leggings, control-top leggings are designed for postpartum women. They have support and control panels that offer core stability, shaping and smoothing and coverage for areas that many women can feel self-conscious about post-baby. Check out these awesome postpartum leggings from Motherhood Maternity, Target, Amazon and more.
You don't have to be a superstar to feel like one your whole pregnancy. Here are all the pieces you need to copy Jessica Alba's cute maternity outfit.
Gender-neutral doesn't have to mean boring or basic. From patterned pajamas to stylish baby shoes, these picks are perfect for any baby.
Get ready to bump up your pregnancy wardrobe! If you're wondering where to buy maternity clothes that are stylish and flow seamlessly into your existing wardrobe, you're in luck! Retailers like Target, Seraphine, ASOS, Nordstrom and even Amazon all carry fashion-forward maternity clothes designed with the modern mama in mind. That means you can find maternity tops, dresses, leggings and more clothing essentials, including plus sizes, that won't have you sacrificing style for comfort. Below, we've rounded up some of the best places to buy maternity clothes, plus some of our favorite pieces from each store. Happy shopping!
Maternity coats get a bad rap for being unflattering, boxy and bulky to wear—but we promise it's not true. Whether you need a lightweight maternity workout jacket, a puffy parka for playing in the snow or a timeless trench coat to take from work to the weekend, we have you covered, literally! Bundle that baby up with our selection of quality, stylish winter coats designed to fit your growing bump.
Pregnancy is a tough time to feel both stylish and comfortable, but the recent trend of athleisure wear has made it so much easier. You can still feel put-together in comfortable, breathable clothing items like maternity leggings, tank tops, sweatshirts, joggers and more without sacrificing an ounce of style. Check out these trendy athleisure options for pregnant women.
As every breastfeeding mom quickly discovers, having a reliable bag handy to tote a breast pump and accessories is essential. For nursing mothers returning to work after maternity leave, carrying a pump is a must, and with these stylish options, mom can choose a fabulously functional bag to meet her every need. We've rounded up the best bags to transport your breast pump to and from home with ease and without the need to skimp on style.