We made crafting a wear-to-work wardrobe easier with these maternity styles that take you from Zoom to the boardroom with ease.
The Best Maternity & Postpartum Wear-to-Work Styles
While the return-to-office landscape currently looks different for everyone, it never hurts to be prepared with a shiny new wardrobe for when you have to head in – or when you want to add more polish to your go-to Zoom look.
Best Maternity Pants & Postpartum Pants for Work
Pants never go out of style when it comes to office wear. They’re versatile enough to wear M-F, and go with just about any top. Shop our picks for wear-to-work pre- and post-pants:
No return-to-office notice required: you simply need these signature tailored ankle length pants in your #40weeksofchic wardrobe. They adapt to you—no compromises necessary. Crafted with a cotton/rayon/Spandex blend and a 29-inch inseam, they’re made to look and feel just right. For a quick head-to-toe ‘fit, pair them with black heels & our Side Ruched 3/4 Length Tee. Don’t forget about the gold hoops.
Wear these classic ankle-length pants day in and day out post-pregnancy. The powermesh shapes your postpartum belly so you feel comfortable and stylish. Should only be worn post-pregnancy, never during pregnancy, FYI.
Black denim never goes out of style, especially when it comes to office style. Wear these Joe's skinny maternity jeans, crafted with a comfortable side panel, from 1st to 4th. This sleek pair of skinnies features a 28-inch inseam, hitting at the ankle so you can rock them with heels or your favorite pair of fall booties.
Best Maternity Tops & Nursing Tops for Work
Top it off with our stunning collection of tops that take you from 1st to 4th and beyond.
This top is simplicity at its chicest. Made from a textured crepe, the basic tee is updated with a front tie accent. Designed to accentuate all your best features with or without a bump, this top will be a forever staple. Pair it with the Curie Pant and a blazer – the perfect outfit for hitting reply all.
Our best-selling cami with 60+ raving reviews. This camisole features adjustable straps with clip down nursing access and a cup-lined shelf bra. It can be worn under a drapey top or cardigan so you can be prepared.
This nursing top will make feeding in style that much easier. This nursing tee is casual enough to wear whenever, but can easily be dressed up throughout any given work work. Its pull over feature makes nursing simpler wherever, whenever.
Best Maternity Dresses & Nursing Dresses for Work
We know you came here for the dress recommendations, let’s be honest, Here are our top picks for maternity dresses and postpartum dresses that are 9-5 approved.
Whoever said simple is boring never had this number hanging in the closet. It hits at all the right places and can be dressed down (for casual Fridays) or dressed up (for any other day of the week). Plus, if you’re working from home, it’s comfortable enough to wear all day, but you feel that much more put together & cool. Everybody will be asking where you got such a flattering staple.
Calling all jumpsuit and linen fans: you'll want to add this style to your wear-to-work maternity wardrobe. This button front, biscuit hued jumpsuit from Pietro Brunelli was made in Italy and is a staple for the season. A featured favorite in our A Pea in the Pod curated by Something Navy collection. You can wear it when it’s warm as a standalone piece, or layer it under a chunky cardigan or mock neck top to add a layer of warmth during the fall & winter.
Presenting: the prettiest classic poplin dress that moves with you all day long. With a hem that hits right above the knee and a button front, this dress is a no-nonsense style perfect for those in-office days when you want to dress to impress.
And don’t forget the underthings. Wear this compression slip under your go-to dresses all pregnancy long. The adjustable spaghetti straps and seamless design will make it a staple layer under your favorite looks. One reviewer, Laura, agrees: “LOVE LOVE This slip - I am going to buy another one because as I get further along in my pregnancy, I could wear this everyday for extra support!”