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Congrats on the big news, mommy-to-be! Now, it’s time to fill up your wardrobe for the journey you’re set on

And no, it doesn’t mean wearing nighties or loose clothes all day. Pregnancy fashion is at its best-ever point, which means you can experiment with styles and fits, now more than ever. With the multitude of options to choose from, it’s super easy to channel your inner celebrity and put together fabulous pregnancy looks that are comfortable and don’t require as much effort as you think. The two keys to dressing during pregnancy are style and comfort, and we’re here to tell you just how you can merge the two and dress your bump with some striking looks that you’ll want to rock post-pregnancy as well. Here are five types of maternity tops that will be your best investment, during...

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Win It: The Made in the USA Flint and Tinder Harrington Jacket

Heads up: Buying via our links may result in us getting a commission. Here’s why. The Flint and Tinder Harrington Jacket – $220 What I appreciate the most about Flint and Tinder is that the design of their clothing fades into the background – yes, that’s a good thing. When something, be it a gadget or an article of clothing, does exactly what it’s designed to do, it shouldn’t be “noticeable.” Pants that don’t move well are noticeable. Jackets with low armholes are noticeable. But I’ve reviewed a number of Flint and Tinder pieces, and every one has been pretty much the essence of what it’s aiming to be. And that’s incredibly commendable consistency. Made in the USA from matte-finish “staywax”...

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In Review: Jomers $34 Stretch White Oak Cone Denim

Heads up: Buying via our links may result in us getting a commission. Here’s why. Jomers White Oak Cone Stretch Denim – $34 ($68) About the Author: Adam Terry is Dappered’s resident shoe & denim expert. He’s a thirtysomething Technical Trainer in the heating and manufacturing industry. He enjoys bourbon, boots, sneakers, and raw denim. He’s also a new dad! Jomers is a pretty exciting brand in the menswear clothing arena. Unlike a lot of the other new face, direct to consumer brands, they’ve been around since 2013 and are notorious for bringing killer value to menswear enthusiasts – made in the USA wool dress pants for ~$50, casual button-down shirts for ~$30, and half-canvas suits for ~$250. What’s the catch? A...

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