As my urge to sew slowly seep back into my body, I find myself looking at another type of fashions then before – namely maternety dresses through history.
Even though I probably never will get the time to sew, and even les to wear them – here are some of the beauties I´ve found.
(Yes I know, its comonly said that this weeding portrait comes without childbearing gifts, but you got to agree with me´- eiter that´s a lot of cokies, padding or she´s been honoring those wedding vovs for quite a while…)
I would love to wear something simular to the medieval fair late may – if i have the strenght to go.
Dreamy – and would work both with and without a baby bump
Ok, not the most comfortable thing to wear, but it do looks good.
This “I only button the top”thing, works just as well in the 16th century as it does today with knit cardigans.
“Lets just hide everything” is a look that only works for paintings – and instagram photos…
Not sure if I´m most facinated by the womans figure or the mans outfit…
Do you have any favourite pictures of maternity wear?