Hi. I’m Roxanne Beckford Hoge and welcome
back to dressing for pregnancy. Right now we’re going to cover how to hide your pregnancy.
If you’re a teenager and you haven’t told your Mom you’re pregnant yet this is not for
you. I’m talking about people who need to hide their pregnancy at work or maybe in the
public eye. As an actor I actually was in a couple shows fully pregnant that the character
wasn’t pregnant. So I know of what I speak. First things first. Black is your friend.
But especially on the internal. You want the light to be absorbed right where you’re gaining
weight so try to put an interesting jacket. Try to keep some tailoring and structure around
the softer parts of you. And definitely go for an open neckline. Have a little cleavage.
Show a little leg. Nobodies going to notice this middle area. The other thing you can
do for evening for example is use wraps and other overcoats to disguise the fact that
your middle is a little bit thick. And again use neckline interesting to draw the line
up. When your belly is in that middle area where it’s not a full pregnant belly but it’s
just got a little bit of girth this sort of cut will really help you to camouflage any
weight gain. Look for rouching. Look for a wrap dress. Again look for a deep V up here.
With these tips and a little bit of lift to your heel no one will know until you tell