Sneak Peek: Gilt’s First Maternity Event

The arrival of cooler temps means it’s the perfect time to shop for bump-chic fall ensembles. This just in: Starting on Monday, September 16, Gilt is hosting an amazing maternity sale featuring designs from Ingrid & Isabel, Rosie Pope, and more, all in textures and patters that will make transitional dressing a breeze. Here are my top five picks from the sales, and easy ways to accessorize them.


Paula Alonso, founder of TrésChicMama

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Get to Know Designer Rachel Pally

Gorgeous. Elegant. Sophisticated. These aren’t words you would normally use to describe maternity clothes, but believe us, Rachel Pally’s designs are some of the best bump-friendly looks we’ve found. Rachel’s fun-loving personality is infused into her clothes, and it shines through here as she talks about fashion and her life as a new mom.

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The Scoop on Fillyboo Maternity

Our bump-chic buyer, Tiffany, often looks beyond U.S. boarders when seeking out the best brands. When she discovered Australia-based Fillyboo, she knew the Gilt moms would love it: “The flow-y pieces are creative, comfy, and chic,” she says. “It’s hard to find maternity clothes that have the three Cs.” We chatted with Fillyboo’s founder and creative director Pippa Henderson, who gave us some style advice from down under. Plus, she reveals how she came up with that cute brand name.

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HATCH-to-Hospital: Delivery Day Kit

Even after months of prepping, when those labor pains kick in it’s hard to stay calm. This kit from HATCH Collection gives you one less thing to think about — just grab it and go. Maybe throw in a cute onesie on the way out too; your new cutie needs to make a stylish hospital exit. HATCH Collection founder Ariane Goldman explains why these four items will make your stay less painful.

Nightgown: “It’s so important to feel comfortable during this time (and warm!). The nightgown is easy and soft, with a v-neck that enables you to nurse if need be.”

Robe: “It’s the perfect coverall to snuggle and welcome your new addition — soft and cozy and the most comfortable way to wrap yourself in bed. It has a big pocket to hold anything you need and an attached belt so you don’t have to worry about it dropping.”

Underwear: “These briefs are feminine in design and practical in function. You’ll feel great having full coverage.”

Socks: “Your body temperature changes in the hospital, and nothing is more scrumptious than soft fuzzy cashmere socks. Hang on to these and make them your go-to slippers.”

 

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