One postpartum tip to instantly lift your mood? Take a shower and then slip on something comfortable that you didn't wear to bed the night before (or at least something that doesn't look like you wore it to bed). This jersey knit jumpsuit could do just the trick, providing a roomy fit without looking like pajamas or sweatpants. It even has a hidden zipper in the bust for breastfeeding ease.
To buy: Loyal Hana Jumpsuit, $133
As you're stocking up on more baby clothes, go ahead and stock up on tops for yourself (the spit-ups and diaper changes gone awry always happen more often than you think). Get this top and you'll be a little more prepared—at least for a day or two.
To buy: Topshop Blouse, $60
If you think you're limited to oversized T-shirts as your workout wear, think again. There are plenty of cute tanks that needn't require subjecting your midsection to spandex. One option? This striped tank proves it can be both functional and flattering.
To buy: Momzelle Tank Top, $45
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Zip and Slip
A fellow mom clearly thought this one up: a nursing top with a hidden zipper at the bust to easily open, plus the added bonus of being comfortable without looking frumpy. In fact, we'll bet this will be one of the few items you'll actually want to hang onto beyond the postpartum weeks.
To buy: Loyal Hana Sweater, $79
Match It Up
Let's face it, there will be little time to put outfits together. Why not making it as easy as possible? This matching top and shorts will be a chic time-saver! We don't blame you if you get both colors, too.
Some extra coverage over the belly region will work wonders for your confidence, especially if you don't take well to strangers asking how far along you are. (It happens to all of us at least once.) Pair these leggings with along shirt or sweater for a stylishly relaxed, athletic look.
To buy: Blanqi Support Leggings, $64
Denim is tried and true. Same goes after you have the baby. These short overalls are roomy in all the right places and cover any spit-ups too. It's everything you could want!
To buy: JoJo Maman Bebe Overalls, $45
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If you're gung-ho on wearing something that will have people in disbelief over the fact that you were recently pregnant, a top like this could be the ticket. Thanks to its ruched waistline, its slimming effect will make you a very happy mama.
To buy: Calia Seamless Tank Top, $35
In the Hood
As you're bound to discover when breastfeeding, stocking up on nursing tops is a must. And with a cozy nursing hoodie like this, you won't have to choose between warmth and convenience, which makes it a no-brainer.
To buy: Olian Nursing Hoodie, $124
New Mom Groove
Thought you were through with the maternity clothes? Especially if you're newly postpartum, you don't want to break ties quite yet. In fact, you'll quickly discover that when you're a new mom, comfort may trump your pride (and that's A-OK). Try this drape-front long-sleeve top if you need some fresh options.
To buy: Calia Wrap Neck Sweater, $66
While you might not be making it out anytime soon (Hey, you just had a baby. You're entitled to some time off), finding a good stylish bra is going to be a wise purchase for extra support. Consider this paisley number—which doubles as a nursing bra—as one of your new besties.
To buy: Majamas Maternity Bra, $37
As part of your postpartum bedtime wardrobe, opt for a loose-fitting nursing tank that will provide both comfort and easy maneuvering. Trust us, you'll want to be wearing something that requires minimal though, come 3 a.m. when baby announces it's dinner time—again.
To buy: Loving Moments Nursing Tank, $15