Spotlight on: Isabella Oliver

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We’re firm believers in not sacrificing your style when pregnant. Throughout our pregnancies we’ve generally shied away from buying ‘maternity’ clothes apart from jeans. But, there are a few brands out there that cleverly incorporate styles that work for maternity and beyond. One of which, Isabella Oliver, has been our go to for the comfiest yet stylish basics that you want to wear forever.

We’ve picked our 3 key pieces for this summer below

JUMPSUIT

Literally the comfiest thing we have both ever worn!! It’s great for breast-feeding too.  An all round brilliant piece for every woman.

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Both wear the Rosliston Jersey Jumpsuit £92 Isabella Oliver

 

STRIPE BARDOT TOP

A contemporary twist on the classic Breton in the softest, stretchiest jersey we’ve come across.

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Both wear Arlington off-the-shoulder top by Isabella Oliver available to pre-order here

Gemma wears skirt £65 by Hotsquash

Bertie wears jeans £38 Topshop sandals £25 Monki own bag (similar here)

COLD SHOULDER TOP

Super sexy whilst being totally covered up, perfect pregnant or not.

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Both wear Helston Maternity Top £50 by Isabella Oliver

Bertie wears jeans and sandals as above

Gemma wears own skirt (similar here by sister brand Baukjen) Leopard shoes £25 Topshop & Bag (similar here)

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Isabella Oliver have also launched a range of alternative travel badges, free with every first purchase from the new AW16 collection. Available in three motto’s, they’ve been designed to address the issue of pregnant women not being able to get a seat on public transport.

 

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2 thoughts on “Spotlight on: Isabella Oliver

  1. Hi girls.
    Love this piece! But can’t find the stripey top on the website at all – any further dets on it?
    Thanks a many! H X

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    1. Sorry we didn’t make it clear – the top is only available to pre-order at the moment. We have given you a link just below the pic which you can follow to their customer services number, they’ll be happy to help. Glad you like the post 🙂 x

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