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Hatch Collection Takes the Dowdy Out Of Maternity Wear

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    Between the out-of-nowhere sweat sessions and the inevitable bloat, pregnant women may commiserate that their beautiful "glow" can come with bouts of extreme discomfort. In the baby-game sartorial challenge to let your style shine no matter what size you are, there's just no room for ugly pregnancy clothes. We love the style-savvy revolutionaries that get creative, taking mainstream pieces and transforming them into a mom-friendly wardrobe. But, for the ladies with no time for guesswork, there's Hatch Collection.

    Like their fall selection we loved this past November and fellow bump-friendly labels, Hatch's separates for warmer weather stay uber-New York, super-flexible, and still make "what to expect" a little easier and a lot more glam. For this summer, we're seeing city mamas in the silky Soiree Dress for the Met's Costume Institute Gala and the structured Afternoon Dress for brunch at the Barefoot Contessa's place in East Hampton. Love these two and more in the lookbook, but snap them up for yourself or your chic bestie with a bun in the oven. here!

    Photo: Courtesy of Hatch Collection
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