we headed to Clic Gallery downtown with our accessories director, Titina (she’s expecting a boy in just a couple of weeks), to talk mom-to-be style (including wardrobe challenges) and our new maternity toothpick…
Titina wears a J.Crew boyfriend fatigue jacket, Hatch Collection bateau top, J.Crew maternity toothpick jean in pitch black wash and Golden Goose sneakers.How has your style changed since becoming pregnant?
My wardrobe options definitely shrunk. I’ve always been a high-waist-denim girl—and that was the first thing I couldn’t fit into! What has been your go-to maternity outfit?
I much prefer easy, floaty styles, so this has been a great opportunity to embrace my inner hippie! I’ve loved wearing J.Crew jeans while pregnant because they’re so comfortable. A cool maternity line called Hatch Collection
also has tops and dresses that are the perfect shape for my ever-growing bump.
Any nonmaternity clothes that ended up working really well for you during your pregnancy?
I’ve managed to keep a lot of my nonmaternity clothes throughout, like my J.Crew denim jacket, boyfriend fatigue jacket and cashmere men’s cardigans.
What about shoes? You often wore high heels pre-pregnancy, right?Photography by Bryan Derballa. Hair and makeup by Joseph Carrillo.
I turned to flats very early on! I definitely rediscovered my love of J.Crew loafers, my pointy Prada leopard flats and Golden Goose sneakers. How did the maternity toothpick work out for you?
It’s comfortable enough to wear all day long and transitions really well into the evening with a pair of high heels. It’s also the perfect length—hitting right at my ankle. I’m due in three weeks and I’m still wearing it.
Special thanks to Clic Gallery
To shop our maternity toothpick jean, click here