I have always been drawn to loose, flowy tops (Carolyn has always described my style as a little boho), which ended up being fortuitous since I was able to fit into many of them well into my third trimester. I used to tuck this silk leopard print shirt into pencil skirts and slim cut pants during my pre-pregnancy days. During pregnancy, I've chosen to wear it loose and untucked, but somehow the silk material allows for it to still appear professional.
Here I paired them with my J.Crew Minnie trousers in the maternity cut, which have these discreet side elastic panels. I'll definitely be wearing them post-pregnancy too! These were a bit of a maternity-splurge, as my general philosophy throughout this pregnancy has been to spend as little as possible since I'd only be wearing these items for a few months. And for those that are curious, I bought them in my pre-pregnancy J.Crew size around week 14 during a 30% off sale, and they fit me throughout my second and third trimester. I wish they were just an inch longer as they sometimes appear a little too cropped, but for the most part, they're a higher quality work pant that you can easily wear multiple times a week.