A Maternity Cocktail Dress

This year I have two weddings to attend during the holiday season, so finding a maternity cocktail dress is a “must”! ‘Tis the season for festive holiday attire and being pregnant certainly does not have to get in the way of that.

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You may remember this LBD from the cover of this year’s holiday gift guide. I snagged this black lace dress during a sale a few weeks back, and was amazed at how soft and comfortable it was for my growing belly. The swing shape allows for wears up until delivery, which is great if you have more than one event throughout your pregnancy.

The black version is simple enough to wear with black booties, as styled above, or with tights and a turtleneck for a more conservative [and warmer] look (see here). For those of you who are not pregnant, this maternity cocktail dress also comes in non-maternity!

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Lauren is the creator of the lifestyle blog, Wellesley & King. Like many modern women, she aims to balance her busy career and personal life with style and grace. Wellesley & King is devoted to providing inspiration to modern women everywhere, looking to bring simple and attainable style to all areas of their busy lives. Welcome!

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