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Style Tracker – Pregnancy Looks

Having a baby doesn’t mean sacrificing your look – or your personality. From maternity wear to pre-pregnancy buys, here’s what stylish pregnant women are wearing now – and why we love it.
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TRACK THE TREND The urban warrior look was all over Donna Karan's A/W 13 catwalks, with lots of zips and chains. Try teaming bold blacks with metallic shades to show mama means business.

Hannah Man | Jumper, £95,, Top, £80,, Leggings, £200,, Bag, gift,, Necklace, £156,, Watch, gift,, Shoes, £200,
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TRACK THE TREND Sheer shirts over tank tops are the perfect way to work fashion's layering trend.

Lauren Downey | Shirt, £12,, Vest, £8,, Earrings, £8,, Bag, £35,
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TRACK THE TREND Marc Jacobs used nightwear to inspire his autumn/winter collection. Keep colours minimal and focus on white lace for a wearable take on the boudoir trend.

Rebecca Phillips | Dress, £100,, Bag, gift,, Shoes, £65,
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TRACK THE TREND Canary yellow makes a statement every summer.

Michelle Agyeman-Coley | Top, £40, Diane von Furstenberg at, Trousers, £65,, Necklace, £250,, Bag, £1350,, Shoes, £69.99,
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TRACK THE TREND If you're going for a casual look, a statement scarf or necklace will keep you on-trend.

Katie Thorton | Top, £20,, Jeans, £200,, Necklace, £19,, Scarf, £40,, Bag, £40,, Shoes, £150,
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TRACK THE TREND This season's fluro florals come in both soft pastels and vibrant hues. So put dresses and jumpsuits with oversized flower motifs or neon 3D designs on your style radar.

Emily Packman | Blazer, £150,, Jumpsuit, £60,, Sunglasses, £175,, Necklace, bought on safari in Africa, Bag, £130,, Wedges, £150,
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TRACK THE TREND Stripes are on-trend this season, so accentuate your bump with strong lines, going for bold in monochrome or mixing it up with colour.

Tali Aharony | Top, £8,, Jeans, £20,, Sunglasses, £12,, Watch, £300,, Shoes, £5,
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TRACK THE TREND All-stars in pure white are the old-school sneaker of choice right now.

Zoe Butler-Moss | Cardigan, £48,, Top, £8,, Jeans, £24.99,, Necklace, £69.99,, Bag, £995,
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TRACK THE TREND For an unmistakably nostalgic feel, choose a tailored outfit and match your shoes to your bag for a classic finish to the lady.

Vannessa Adele Good | Coat, £200,, Dress, £150,, Brooch, £15, Camden Market, London, Bag, £239,, Tights, £6,, Boots, £55,□
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TRACK THE TREND Neon brights are back in a big way, so make a statement with a zingy dress or top.

Jeminee Solanki-Parmar | Dress, £150,, Sunglasses, £150,, Earrings, £29,, Bracelet, £300,, Wedges, £225,
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TRACK THE TREND Tribal is big news on catwalks right now. Wear a print skirt with a block colour top for a subtler way to work the trend.

Kat Mackie-Hill | Jacket, £125,, Dress, £19.99,, Necklace, £5,, Bag, £45,, Converse, £40,
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TRACK THE TREND A white base accented with minimal black detailing – try a simple tunic or dress with bold stripes to work the new mono trend.

Faye Hammond | Blazer, £40,, Dress, £38,, Leggings, £12,, Bag, £25,, Shoes, £40,□
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TRACK THE TREND Channel the sports luxe trend with eye-catching jewellery worn against block urban basics. Metallic, high-sheen accessories add a touch of glamour to comfy, loose-fitting essentials.

Tembi Uawa | Top, £7.99,, Trousers, £10,, Necklace, £5,, Watch, £250,, Converse, £40,
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TRACK THE TREND It was winter’s chief colour, so tap into the navy look by wearing top-to-toe, or weave in dark blue hues with accessories for a more subtle nod.

Dessi Bell | Top, £35,, Skirt, £100,, Shoes, £300,
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TRACK THE TREND Tap into the masculine-feminine story by teaming a boyish bomber jacket with tie-dyed trousers to nail the boy meets girl gender mix.

Lauren Murdoch-Smith | Jacket, £200,, Shirt, £30,, Trousers, £45,, Watch, £180,, Bag, £189,, Shoes, £155,
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TRACK THE TREND The strongest style statement this winter was the big coat, as seen on Stella McCartney A/W catwalks. Compliment oversized outerwear with a pink pastel hued handbag.

Gemma Parker | Coat, £85,, Cardigan, £12.99,, Dress, £35,, Necklace, £6,, Bangle, £19,, Tights, £9,, Shoes, £40, □
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TRACK THE TREND This season casts a mysterious spell with capes, cloaks and high necks. Add accessories for a feminine touch to the dark arts.

Jessica Bush-Sadleir | Coat, £80,, Shirt, £40,, Trousers, £40,, Scarf, £25,, Gloves, £30,, Boots, £25,
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TRACK THE TREND If you like to keep things simple, the black and white trend – as seen on Alexander McQueen’s S/S14 shows – is the perfect style solution. Team a monochrome scarf with leather boots for statement mum style.

Anna James | Coat, £150,, Tunic, £18,, Maternity leggings, £5.99,, Scarf, £45,, Necklace, £2.99,, Bag, £100,, Boots, £130,
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TRACK THE TREND The pink coat is the most hyped piece for spring. Toughen up this candy colour by teaming with statement biker boots or brogues.

Mary George | Coat, £250,, Top, £7,, jeans, £25,, Bag, £150,, Boots, £95,□
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TRACK THE TREND Designers including Prada and Hermes looked eastwards for S/S14 inspiration. To create your own origami masterpiece, team a bold floral smock with a quilted kimono for the geisha look.

Sarah Fletcher | Jacket, £40,, Dress, £50,, Bracelet, £55, Shimla at, Gloves, £15,, Bag, £3000,, Boots, £125,□□□
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TRACK THE TREND Team an ego-boosting embellished white top with black skinnies to work the back to mono look.

Sarah McLaughlin | Top, £19,, Jeans, £28,, Bag, £32,, Shoes, £24,, Bracelet, £10,, Other bracelet, £80, Pandora,
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TRACK THE TREND Spring brings with it the best part of 90s grunge. If in doubt, look to leather and opt for black boots.

Jessica Clark | Dress, £99,, Jacket, £489,, Boots, £60,, Bag, around £3000,
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TRACK THE TREND it’s all about costume jewellery so team a plain bodycon dress with a grey oversized statement necklace to really work ego-boosting embellishments.

Claire Fox | Dress, £30,, Tights, £8,, Boots, £100,, Necklace, £25,, Handbag, £40,
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TRACK THE TREND As head-to-toe primaries hit the spring/ summer 2014 catwalks, fashion is in a contrary mood with sheer shirts meeting opaque skinnies.

Jeni Anderson | Top, £29,, Trousers, £14.99,, Pumps, £7.99,, Bag, £15,
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TRACK THE TREND Last season's flamboyant peplums give way to thin belted middles and super-feminine shifts. Work the look with a pastel shade summer dress nipped in above your bump or in the middle with a white nautical cord.

Tatiana Karelina | Dress, £125,, Belt, £39,, Shoes, £600,, Bag, Limited Edition,
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TRACK THE TREND The spring/ summer collection from Cavalli was a riot of clashing prints – work a midi print dress and oversized sunglasses with black brogues for a casual work look.

Charlotte May Berry | Dress, £17.99,, Tights, £3,, Shoes, £165,, Sunglasses, £10,, Bag, around £3000,
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TRACK THE TREND Take your zesty cue from Prada and Fendi spring/summer 2014 catwalks – orange is the new black. If the head-to-toe look is too bold, introduce orange as a lush accent via your changing bag, shoes or shades.

Sam Fogelman | Blazer, £80,□Dress, £45,, Shoes, £30,, Necklace, £25,, Bag, £170,□Sunglasses, £135,, Bracelet, £45,, Watch, £125,
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TRACK THE TREND While spring/summer cuts range from sleek and straight to breezy and billowing, let your legs take centre stage this autumn as well with statement trousers. Look at Fendi and Stella Mccartney for inspiration – Pyjama-style silk trousers are easy-to-wear and offer an elegant, comfortable look for mums.

Christina Moss | Top, £6.99,, Trousers, £12.99,, Shoes, £65,, Handbag,, Necklace, £10,, Watch, £55,
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TRACK THE TREND A new coat has always been one of autumn/winter's big style investments and 2014 is no exception. Go undercover and take a styling cue from Burberry by allowing your outfit to peek through by belting up your trench coat with the buttons undone or cut a longer length this season.

Rachel Hollands | Hat, £45,, T-shirt , £6,, Jeans, £40,, Coat, £1000,, Shoes, £50,, Bag, £833,, Necklace, £10,
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TRACK THE TREND Take your cue from Calvin Klein’s A/W 2014 runway and march into military this autumn. With khaki as the dominating colour, think of army shades as your new neutrals. Wear a parka with high waisted skinny jeans for a cool tailored look.

Jenna Herman | T-Shirt, £5,, Jeans, £28,, Jacket, £49.95,, Boots, £120,
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TRACK THE TREND Oscar de la Renta and Donna Karen interpret autumn’s artistic mood with decadent detailing. Think monochrome dresses with lace and beaded embroidery at the collars and cuffs.

Rachelle West | Dress, £35, Miss Selfridge, Shoes, £29.99, Zara, Bag, £650, Mulberry
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TRACK THE TREND Black and white has gone graphic – as seen on Prada and Valentino’s runways, monochrome stripes and patterns are creating optical illusions this season. Echoing the summer trends, sixties prints are back but with an autumnal twist. Opt for a printed sixties shift dress with opaque tights to really work this look.

Joy Hillab | Top, £38,, Leggings, £6.99,, Shoes, £34.99,
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TRACK THE TREND The likes of Alexander McQueen and Dolce & Gabbana brought handicraft touches and down-to-earth simplicity to A/W 2014 runways. Think fairytales and team a sheer patterned kimono with a statement necklace.

Amy-Louise Dale | Top, £8,, Jeggings, £22,, Kaftan, £15,, Shoes, £10,
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