Introduce the most coveted print into your weekly wardrobe, and let it transform your maternity style

Here's your answer for what to wear to work when you're expecting. Sleek and feminine, this A line style is cut from a luxe, heavyweight ponte fabric. It sits just below the knee and features contrasting button details along the shoulders, for added chic. Wear with pumps for a foolproof, office appropriate look or elevate with jewellery for evening style.

Expertly designed to fit and flatter throughout your pregnancy, with a gathered band under the bust and flowing shape. Fall in love with leopard print and the limitless ways you can style it. It's perfect to dress up for work or to wear on casual occasions with a jacket.

Shirt and Wrap dresses are fail-safes for chic maternity dressing. Especially ones with a pretty floral or check print. The soft fabric on these dresses are super flattering, allowing a drape over the bump will take you through the seasons. Wear in the warmer months with trainers or sandals and in the colder months with tights and boots.

"Beautiful maternity dress that feels and looks great. It'll take me from early to late pregnancy no problem"

ASHLEE, CUSTOMER

Dark, romantic florals are not only perfect for spring, but are also ideal for the colder months. This soft twill shirt dress drapes beautifully over growing bumps and the deep colour palette lends itself to both casual and dressier events. Complete with bump defining waist ties and pleats on the skirt for a full and swishy finish.

"Stylist pregnant women will love the luxe maternity fashions of Isabella Oliver"

PEOPLE MAGAZINE

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