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Pregnancy Chic: The Fashion Survival Guide

by Cherie Serota

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creators of pg survial black box kit give hints for pg fashion & style

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While the cover image of a glowingly pregnant woman wearing a dress and spike heels is a bit hard to believe, Pregnancy Chic will save the sanity of any woman who finds it hard enough to get dressed in the morning, let alone when her midriff is expanding. The authors, creators of the "Pregnancy Survival Kit," offer some ingenious advice for looking classy and keeping comfortable and cool (or staying warm, depending on the season and your hormonal swings). Here's how to wear your favorite pair of pants through your first trimester or two: "Keep a ponytail elastic in your pocket at all times. If things get tight, make a quick escape to the nearest bathroom (which you are probably quite familiar with already), and slip it on as an "extender." Loop the elastic around the button, pull the body of it through your buttonhole, and bring it back over to loop around the button again."

Other helpful tips abound on topics from accessorizing, shopping for maternity bras and shoes (try a size larger than usual), and dressing for work, special events, or just schlepping around town. Be warned, though, that women on a limited budget may not appreciate the preponderance of fancy-label clothing (contact numbers are given for Eileen Fisher, Joan Vass, Bloomies, and their ilk).

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