With New York fashion week over and London Fashion Week in full swing, here are my picks of the very best catwalk looks that translate perfectly to great maternity wear.

BCBG Max Azria aw15 – Layer a loose fit tunic dress over a polo neck and team with a pair of knee high suede boots. The perfect nod to the 70’s.

bcbg max azria aw15

Catherine Quin aw15 – A british new comer to the scene, Quin has focused on ‘slimming’ black for next season. This swing cape is a great outer layer for a bump.

catherine quin aw15

Derek Lam aw15 – Loose fit sweaters over a polo neck. What could be better when you’re pregnant!? And so chic too.

derek lam aw15

Rachel Comey ss15 – I’ve sneaked this ss15 dress in from Rachel Comey. It’s so pretty and effortless. Exactly what I would wear whether pregnant or not!

rachel comey ss15


See By Chloe aw15 – Another nod to the 70’s. The poncho over a polo neck. Team with leggings and over the knee boots for a stylish maternity outfit.

see by chloe aw15

Skingraft designs aw15 – This statement long cape does all the talking, so you don’t really need to worry about what’s going on underneath!


The Row ss15 – This swing top is such a great shape to take you all the way through your pregnancy.

the row ss15


Victor Alfaro aw15 – A long oversized cardy come sweater. It’s a clever yet chic way to stay cosy during your pregnancy.

victor alfaro aw15


By Sam Jones, founder of The Style Alchemy – Your Personal Shopper

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Sam Jones
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Sam has had a successful career in buying over the last 15 years, rummaging through showroom collections such as Carven, Vanessa Bruno, Matthew Williamson and Rupert Sanderson whilst Fashion Director for online fashion and beauty holiday emporium style-passport; designing and buying ranges as Head of Buying for iconic British footwear brand Pied a Terre, and curating and editing accessories at legendary department store Fenwick of Bond Street. Throughout her career as a buyer, more and more friends would approach her for one on one advice. What soon became clear was how much she loved the intimacy of this direct client contact and so her personal shopping service, The Style Alchemy, was born. http://www.thestylealchemy.com/

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