I have pretty conservative clothing taste, which usually equates to me wanting to cover up all the parts. But I must say, there is one trend that I am loving these days, even though it provides a little less coverage than I’m used to: off the shoulder tops and dresses. I’ll admit that I was extra hesitant to give this style a try in my current pregnant state, but I decided to bite the bullet and, oh my goodness, I am so glad that I did!
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I love everything about this casual summery look: the crisp white top, the medium wash skinny jeans, the white casual sandals, and the brown tote (similar). It’s the perfect outfit for shopping downtown, brunch with friends, or a trip to the shore. This outfit really makes me want to relive the trip to Saugatuck that Rob and I took for our first anniversary last summer.
This white off-the-shoulder top with sweet blue trim has quickly become my very favorite maternity top. The playful ruffle detail is so sweet and I love how wearing this top makes me feel. As my body keeps expanding to make room for this little one, it’s nice to be able to accentuate one part of my shape that still feels normal.
There’s something so classically stylish about a simple white top in the summer. Especially a top that gracefully glides over curves to create a flattering silhouette. This is an extra big accomplishment when a maternity top makes a woman feel this good.
This particular top came from ASOS, which has become one of my favorite places to shop for clothes. They have a revolving selection of unique and affordable clothing styles for women, as well as an equally impressive maternity line. I love interesting clothing pieces that feel special to wear and every time I wear a top or dress from ASOS, I receive a ton of compliments.
One of the amazing things about shopping at ASOS is that they are always getting new styles and the selection is always evolving. They frequently mark down clothes that are still in season to make room for new styles. The downside of the clothing rotation is that they only keep items in stock for a limited amount of time. I purchased this top a few months ago and at this moment it low in stock. If you love this particular top as much as I do, I recommend bookmarking it on ASOS and checking back frequently. When items are returned, they are relisted on the site and my efforts to obtain “out of stock” clothes on ASOS in the past has paid off.
I also rounded up several similar maternity tops and dresses for you. Many of these items are off the shoulder, and a few have other interesting details around the shoulders and neckline. There are items from ASOS and other online retailers that come in a variety of price points. Click any of the images below to start shopping!
Thank you to Niki Marie for capturing such beautiful photos and making this very pregnant blogger feel like a normal person for a little while.