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Hatch's Holiday Line Changes Everything You Know About Maternity Wear

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    Attention glowing mothers to be: Put down the elastic sweatpants and oversized tees and step up your sartorial preggers game, stat. Thanks to the newest delivery from Hatch, including chic maternity wear into your everyday attire just got easier. Arriving just in time for the holiday season, Hatch has stolen our hearts (again) with another breathtaking collection of classic wares and beautiful designs that have changed the way we refer to pregnancy attire.

    This time, the lineup comes in the form of 100 percent silk, and in lush shades of fuchsia, ivory, and forest green. Loose but elegant martini dresses show off the budding bundles of joy, as do the cowl back and flutter dresses. Tuxedo blazers and shirts polish off the collection with a few structured details, fitting nicely atop cozy, relaxed trousers. Dressed up with gold metallic shoes and a few delicate jewels, each look is totally holiday-party ready. Jump ahead for a peek at a collection that even those without a baby bump will be tempted to wear.

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