Family news News & Gossip Pregnancy trend alert - Nautical fashion Checkout 12 of the best maternity outfits in one of this season's hottest looks 1 of Ad break On-trend navy jumpsuit This trendy jumpsuit will make you and your bump look fab. Comes in sizes 8-20. On-trend navy jumpsuit, £40, Mothercare Strappy maternity smock Keep cool in this cute smock top. Sizes XS-XL. Strappy maternity smock, £52, Asos Noppies red dress This trendy dress will liven up your bump. Available in sizes 10-16. Noppies red dress, £42.99, Everyday Maternity Stripy open cardiganWrap up this spring in this cute striped cardi. Available from XS-L. Stripy open cardigan, £46, Great Plains Continue slideshow > Navy maternity linen skirt This skirt will be fabulous when strolling in the park. Sizes 8-18. Navy maternity linen skirt , £29, JoJo Maman BeBe Stripe and slogan T-shirt, £18, MothercareThis say-it-all T-shirt will definitely be an eye catcher! Available in sizes 8-20. Stripe and slogan T-shirt, £18, Mothercare Maternity denim shirt, £36, Mamas & PapasThis cool denim shirt will look great teamed with leggings for a casual look. Available from sizes 6-20. Maternity denim shirt, £36, Mamas & Papas Nautical striped pumpsKeep your pregnancy feet cosy in these funky pumps. Sizes 3-8. Nautical striped pumps, £22, Brantano Continue slideshow > Maternity striped knitted tunicAccentuate your bump in this striped tunic top. In sizes 8-18. Maternity striped knitted tunic, £17.99, New Look Navy stripe maternity tunicLook retro in this gorgeous tunic dress. Ranges in sizes 8-22. Navy stripe maternity tunic, £20, Next Floria trousersGo for comfort in these casual bottoms. Available in sizes S-L. Floria trousers, £45, Pretty Pregnant Sailor stripe boat-neck topTake to the seas in this cute sailor-inspired top. Comes in sizes 8-16. Sailor stripe boat-neck top, £39, Seraphine By Joanna Harvey Comments Latest on MadeForMums Little girl wakes her parents up in the *creepiest* way The age gap Sam Faiers REALLY wants between her children Is this the answer to helping your child sleep on a plane? How Charlie Gard's parents hope to 'save other babies and children'