There seems to be a baby explosion in my town. Everywhere I go I see young pregnant women, but none of them seem to be wearing maternity clothes. You know, baggy clothing that actually looks comfortable instead of tight-fitting fabric stressed at the seams.
These soon-to-be mothers must be on a tight budget, because they're wearing everything they wore before they became pregnant, and it's not attractive. This lets-not-wear-maternity-clothes trend may have started when Demi Moore posed pregnant and nude on the cover of Vanity Fair back in 1991. It "sparked controversy," but I think it made a lot of pregnant women feel beautiful. The problem is--not all pregnant women LOOK like Demi Moore.
Maybe I'm just old-fashioned, with my Crocs and sweats, but comfortable clothing will always be my first choice.
And what's bugging YOU today?