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This Maternity Line Offers Wares You'll Love During Pregnancy — & Long After

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    As a mom-to-be, you're probably not sure what's scarier: abandoning your everyday wardrobe for elasticized waistbands or squeezing back into your skinny jeans post-pregnancy. But, thankfully, our favorite new maternity line, Fourth Love, is making those transitional phases much easier.

    The NYC-based company celebrates baby bumps big and small by offering casual, live-in wares that drape loosely and keep your look carefree — and we're not just talking plain, old slub tops. From tunics to everyday dresses, all of these pieces feature stylish little details like leather pockets and sleeves and even subtle ruching that, yes, is actually flattering. In other words, these designs will quickly become closet staples you'll never want to take off.

    And, as another feel-good bonus, Fourth Love is dedicating itself to prenatal awareness. The company will donate 10% of its profits to organizations that support the democratization of education and the prevention of child slave trafficking. Plus, the clothing is manufactured solely in the U.S.A. with an aim to promote domestic growth.

    So, wipe away those apprehensive beads of sweat, and click ahead to see the essentials that will have you covered far beyond the next nine months. Then, head over to the site to shop the entire range online now.

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