Get The Look: Jessica Alba's Edgy Maternity Style

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.

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Faux Leather Maternity Moto Jacket

We don't recommend riding a motorcycle right now, but we certainly recommend wearing a motorcycle jacket. Copy Jessica's trendy maternity look by wearing an open faux-leather jacket to show off your adorable baby bump. ($120; apeainthepod.com)

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Cream Maternity Maxi Dress

Balance out the edgy biker jacket with a soft, feminine maxi dress like this cream one from ASOS. We love that this one has sleeves, so you can feel comfortable during cooler temperatures even when the jacket is off. ($75; asos.com)

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Studded Camera Crossbody Handbag

Get Jessica's studded look in a more wearable way with this trendy crossbody bag. The size is perfect—no mama-to-be wants to lug around a bag heavier than she has to. This one is easy to carry and fits all the must-haves: keys, cash, and a snack. ($20; target.com)

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Pointed Black Flats

Some women can pull off high heels well into their pregnancy, but we'd be lying if we said a nice pair of flats didn't sound like a better time. These pointed toe shoes are a great way to dress up any cute maternity outfit. ($50; hm.com)

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Cushioning Insoles for Flats

We know—cute shoes, during pregnancy? These Dr. Scholl's cushioning insoles made specifically for flats will make it so much easier to keep stylish shoes a maternity option. ($8; target.com)

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Maternity Shapewear

If rocking a cream-colored dress late into your pregnancy gives you nightmares of cellulite and panty lines, you're not alone. Maternity shapewear can give you that extra confidence to keep dressing up in your second and third trimesters. Shapewear does more than smooth unwanted lines and bumps—it also adds some much-needed support and lift when your baby belly starts getting heavy and uncomfortable. ($20; motherhood.com)

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