Hit a fashion wall dressing your bump? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered—literally. Enter maternity overalls. They’re ultra-comfortable (thanks to their no-waistband design), easily adjustable (perfect for a changing figure) and stylish (with minimal effort to boot). Maternity overalls can be dressed up or down, making them a go-to for everything from everyday errands to date night. Another reason to love maternity overalls? They’re great for the postpartum phase too, when you’re not quite ready to deal with your pre-pregnancy jeans or leggings. In other words, maternity overalls are the pregnancy wardrobe staple every expecting mama needs.
And whether you want to add one pair of maternity overalls to your closet—or several, we’re here to help. Below, our top picks for the best maternity overalls that are both fashionable and practical.
Seraphine Denim Maternity Overalls
Let’s kick things off with a classic pair of maternity denim overalls. They feature soft stretch denim, cute cuffable hems and adjustable side panels to keep you oh-so-comfy throughout your pregnancy. Bonus: They’re also available in black and petite and long sizing.
Buy it: $45, Seraphine.com
Storq Anytime Overalls
Seriously, the adorable options never cease to amaze. This style is for the days when you just want to stay in your PJs; thanks to a cotton-spandex jersey material and cuffed ankle, these maternity overalls are a heck of a lot chicer. Plus, they come in five fabulous colors and are available in sizes XS to 4X, making them a nice option if you’re in the market for plus-size maternity overalls.
Buy it: $110, Storq.com
HATCH The Denim Maternity Overall
This ‘90s-esque silhouette gets the modern treatment, thanks to cool stitching and a relaxed, tapered leg. Roll your hem up or down to suit all of your trendy footwear. This style is also available in white denim.
Buy it: $248, HATCHcollection.com
Motherhood Maternity Indigo Blue Side Panel Letdown Hem Maternity Overalls
If you’re a fan of ankle jeans, these maternity denim overalls (available in plus-sizes!) are for you. The distressed knees and hemlines get an A+ in our style book.
Buy it: $78, Motherhood.com
Gap Maternity Cropped Overalls in TENCEL
These cropped pregnancy overalls are deliciously stretchy, and are bound to become a wardrobe staple when the weather gets hot. We’re obsessed over the soft green hue, wide leg and knot-tie detail on the straps.
Buy it: $100, Gap.com
The Nines by HATCH Maternity Classic Cotton Twill Overalls
Love anything pink? These soft twill maternity overalls come in the prettiest shade. Prefer neutrals? They also come in a basic black. But, most importantly, these overalls—that sport a drop waist and adjustable straps—are comfy and chic.
Buy it: $32, Target.com
H&M MAMA Maternity Overall Dress
Designed with stretch-cotton corduroy, this black maternity overall dress is equal parts simple and stylish. It has adjustable suspenders with metal fasteners and a zipper at one side for practicality and comfort.
Buy it: $40, HM.com
DL1961 Abigail Maternity Overalls
This trendy brand is known for its denim, which is why we were so excited to find out it makes these maternity overall shorts, ideal for those hot summer days.
Buy it: $169, Shopbop.com
Gap Maternity Denim Overalls with Washwell
If Gap is already your go-to for basics, you’ll appreciate this: The brand sells sustainable maternity denim overalls. This pair features an adjustable racerback and cuffable hems. Best of all, this pair comes in a variety of colors and was made using the water-saving washwell denim production process.
Buy it: $100, Gap.com
ASOS River Island Maternity short denim overalls in blue
Made to fit from bump to baby, the classic overall shorts feature adjustable buckle straps and functional pockets that make this pair as easy-breezy as it is cute.
Buy it: $90, ASOS.com
HATCH The Zadie Overall
Light-colored cotton is on trend and a great choice for keeping you cool in the summer heat. These pregnancy overalls are modern and minimalist—but they still have those extra-handy pockets on the front and back.
Buy it: $99, HATCHCollection.com
Boohoo Maternity Culotte Wide Leg Dungaree
This weekend-worthy pair of maternity overalls is comfy and cute. The baggy boyfriend style is perfect for people that prefer a looser fit. It has both front and back pockets (because you can never have enough of those!) and zips at the side.
Buy it: $27, Boohoo.com
Ingrid & Isabel Denim Maternity Overalls
With so many maternity denim overalls to choose from, it can be hard to pick a pair. When in doubt, go with a classic pair that boasts a stretchy front panel, button-front closure and large side pockets. Our fave part? This pair of comfy pregnancy overalls is made from 100 percent recycled water bottles. Eco-friendly and adorable? Yes, please.
Buy it: $128, Nordstrom.com
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A Pea in the Pod Tencel Maternity Overall
Next up on our list of the trendiest pregnancy overalls is this relaxed pair from A Pea in the Pod. Made from an insanely soft tencel material, this cool pair is sure to become a staple in your maternity wardrobe.
Buy it: $108, Macys.com
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Old Navy Maternity Ecru-Wash Side-Panel Jean Workwear Overalls
These chic maternity overalls can be worn in any season, thanks to the off-white shade that transcends all fashion rules (and goes with anything). The relaxed fit and straight leg will keep you comfy no matter the trimester, and we’re here for all the size options (which include short, regular and long in-seams and sizes from 0 to 20). What’s more, they’re affordable.
Buy it: $35, OldNavy.com
Madewell Maternity Straight-Leg Overalls in Carbondale Wash
If you’re on the hunt for a pair of quality maternity overalls that will last for multiple pregnancies, look no further than this pair from Madewell. Adjustable side panels, a timeless straight-leg fit, quality cotton denim and an inky black wash make this an instant ensemble you’ll be reaching for again and again.
Buy it: $198, Madewell.com
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Adjustable Strap Maternity Short Overalls
Pretty in pink, these adorable maternity overall shorts feature tie straps, a square neckline and nifty pockets. Note: Some reviewers say they run a bit small, so consider sizing up.
Buy it: $62, PinkBlushMaternity.com
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Isabella Oliver Gerrie Organic Maternity Dungarees
Organic stretch cotton will keep you comfy in these maternity overalls, while the shaped under-the-bump band will keep you from looking sloppy. Plus, the tapered leg is ultra-flattering and perfect for those who prefer a more streamlined look.
Buy it: $75, IsabellaOliver.com
Everly Grey Nani Maternity/Nursing Seersucker Overalls
Designed to fit throughout all stages of pregnancy and postpartum, these blue-stripe seersucker overalls look chic any time of year. But breathable 100 percent cotton will have you reaching for this pair practically every day of summer.
Buy it: $58, Nordstrom.com
MANGO Maternity Dungaree
Parisian-chic—but make it maternity. These black maternity overalls with a slim leg and adjustable straps make for an effortlessly fashionable look, no matter the season (or the trimester).
Buy it: $100, Mango.com
Stowaway Collection Corduroy Overalls
Looking for maternity overalls that make a statement? Look no further than this standout pair from Stowaway Collection, which feature a luxe corduroy fabric, square neckline and back=button tabs.
Buy it: $140, Bloomingdales.com
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Pinkblush Wide Leg Tie Back Maternity Overalls
Made of 100 percent cotton, these wide-leg overalls are as comfortable as they are cute. You’ll want to live in them—so go ahead and scoop them up in all four colors.
Buy it: $72, PinkBlushMaternity.com
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To nail the overalls look during pregnancy, you'd have to keep your outfit simple, yet true to your personal style. Pair your denim overalls with simple fitted t-shirts or shirts, or you can go with a white t-shirt or a Breton striped top, as they work the best!Do you need maternity overalls? ›
They're great for the postpartum phase too, when you're not quite ready to deal with your pre-pregnancy jeans or leggings. In other words, maternity overalls are the pregnancy wardrobe staple every expecting mama needs.How do you style maternity dungarees? ›
Think plain white t-shirt with a pair of white trainers. If you have a pair of black or denim dungarees, you can add a chic twist by pairing them with a Breton striped top underneath or try adding a scarf to tie your hair back for an effortless look.What should I wear in my last trimester? ›
For your third trimester, you'd probably be feeling swollen due to your growing baby bump, so try going for flowy dresses, and maternity leggings and over-sized tops. If you're feeling more bold and want to embrace your baby bump in your third trimester, don't shy away from fitted maternity dresses and cute tank tops!Can I wear regular overalls while pregnant? ›
Overalls are simply great outfit choices, especially when expecting. A would-be mother won't have to worry about pants falling down her butt (yes, that happens, even when adding an elastic band to trousers or wearing maternity jeans) or a shirt riding up and exposing your belly.Can you carry a baby in overalls? ›
The sturdy and comfy overalls feature strong buckles that can carry the weight of your baby and can either be worn sans baby or can accommodate your little one by lengthening the straps. “As soon as your bub needs some love you can pick them up, pop them in, and you're good to go,” says The Mumsie website.Can I just buy bigger clothes instead of maternity? ›
Well, it's true, and it works. You may need to size up more than just one size, which will also allow you to wear the item even longer. Sizing up works especially for tops and dresses to fit a little bit longer. Go for A-line dresses or tops.How many sizes do you go up during pregnancy? ›
Ordering a Bridesmaid Dress While Trying to Get Pregnant
If you are not pregnant at the time of purchasing your bridesmaid dress, but are trying to become pregnant, we recommend ordering 1 size up. In the case that you do become pregnant, there will be enough room to grow into your dress come time for the wedding.
For first pregnancies, the bump typically 'pops' a little later than in subsequent pregnancies.” For first-time moms, it's easy to get excited about being pregnant and showing off your bump, even during the early stages of pregnancy. Resist the urge to start buying maternity clothes in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.Why do pregnant people wear dungarees? ›
Maternity Dungarees have also been a long-time favourite for mums-to-be as they are able to accommodate your growing bump and are comfortable and practical.
If in doubt, take the next size up – you just won't be able to make a vacuum-packed middle work, whatever the angle. Opt for a wide leg, either a boyfriend cut if you want a more casual look, or flared for something more elegant. Finally, look for chic details, like luxurious buttons or pretty straps.Are Lucy and yak dungarees good for pregnancy? ›
For the early stages of your pregnancy our 'Luna' dungarees are perfect, they have a little extra room and can accommodate a small bump. They are a lightweight twill cotton which is the perfect alternative to denim.Can tight pants hurt baby? ›
The truth: They might feel uncomfortable, but no, tight clothes won't hurt baby, Prabhu says. So go ahead and show off your baby bump in maternity jeans or a fitted dress, though of course there are plenty of other options when it comes to maternity clothes these days.How can I look slimmer during pregnancy? ›
- Choose dark colors. It is a commonly known fashion trick that dark colors are slimming. ...
- Go for solids. Simple solid colors make one look slimmer. ...
- Choose vertical stripes. ...
- Shun bold prints. ...
- Buy soft flowing fabrics. ...
- Accessorize to focus on pluses.
Avoid tight jeans: During the second and third trimester, the baby bump becomes very prominent. And this is the time when most women prefer wearing tight jeans to hide the baby bump, which is not advisable.How do you wear a jumpsuit when pregnant? ›
- Consider the neckline, as your bust tends to grow during maternity, so make sure that the top part is loose-fitting. - Liven up your jumpsuit by layering it with a denim jacket or a printed blazer. - If you're wearing a sleeveless jumpsuit, remember that your bra straps shouldn't be showing at all.Can I wear a jumpsuit when pregnant? ›
In early pregnancy, a jumpsuit is one of the best pieces of clothing to hide a baby bump if you're not quite ready to share your baby news with the world. In your third trimester, it's one of the most comfortable things you can wear, since there are no elastics or bands putting pressure on what may be a sizable bump.Are jumpsuits good for pregnancy? ›
Most maternity jumpsuits are soft and stretchy for maximum comfort without sacrificing style, which is a pregnancy essential as your baby bump continues to grow. They can be casual, fancy, chic, versatile, or practical.