Eva Alexander Maternity: Style The Looks

Finding the perfect pieces to build striking looks for work or parties is a breeze with Eva Alexander’s maternity wear — a line that exudes sophistication and elegance. From silky dresses to cotton tops, there are plenty of options to satisfy all of your sartorial needs. Here are my top three picks from today’s sale, plus ways to style them.

Paula Alonso, founder of TrésChicMama

1. Tailored Knit Dress

This dress will transition beautifully from day to night, just by switching the extras. For day, wear it with opaque tights and these timeless flats. For the ultimate feminine touch, opt for a romantic bib necklace like this beautiful one from R.J Graziano. For night, simply slip into these Prada booties for a show-stopping entrance to your event after-dusk. Toughen up your evening look by adding a studded belt over the bump — I’m particularly obsessed with this studded, double-buckle belt. Day to night, in a snap!

2. Silk Cowl Neck Evening Dress

Nothing says sexy more than a red dress, so wear this pretty number with confidence. Let its bright color do the talking, and keep accessories minimal. Step out in style by sporting this Prada clutch and great Dolce Vita pumps. Finish the look by throwing on this luxurious Tahari coat.

3. Cotton Wrap Shirt

Channel Carolina Herrera by picking this wardrobe staple — the classic white shirt. In its bump-friendly version, this shirt is a must for a busy work day. Pair it with slim black trousers and a set of power heels such as these Kelsi Dagger pumps for a fun twist to the 9-to-5 uniform. For a ladylike touch, try this Gerard Yoska necklace. Take this ensemble to the next level by opting for a great watch — my absolute favorite is the Akribos XXIV. Its slightly masculine edge balances out this über feminine look.

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