Family news News & Gossip SNEAK PREVIEW - Matalan maternity collection! About to launch in March, we have exclusive pictures of the brand new maternity clothing range from Matalan 1 of Ad break Maternity matters at MatalanIf you love bagging a fashion bargain but have a growing baby bump to contend with, then this might just make your day! Matalan is about to launch its brand new maternity clothing range - think pretty paisley empire dresses, lace collared blouses, monochrome embroidered smocks and punchy gingham shirts. Bring your bump into the spring/ summer with these hot picks from the upcoming collection, which hits stores and online from March 16. Blouse beautyFind your inner girly girl with this colourful blouse, saturated in summery florals and finished off with a white anglaise collar detail - making it anything but mumsy. Embroidered blouse, £14, Matalan Maternity. Gipsy girlGet into the summer mood with this gorgeous gipsy tunic. The length is perfect for teaming with leggings, or wear it bare legged with a pair of cowboys boots. Either way, you'll look blooming lovely. Black gipsy embroidered top, £14, Matalan Maternity. Check mateWith a fashionable nod towards the western trend about to hit this summer, this vibrant gingham shirt is the perfect pick me up. Wear over your bump with ease either loosely tied, or buttoned up. Check shirt, £14, Matalan Maternity. Continue slideshow > Drape meKeep it chic and simple with this bump skimming jersey dress, complete with elegant draping detail and flattering length. Black jersey dress, £16, Matalan Maternity. Perfect PaisleyWith its eclectic mix of paisley and block colour, this sundress oozes fresh, summer feel. A great frock to help mums-to-be look cool in the hot chimes! Border print sundress, £14, Matalan Maternity. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums Frankie Bridge tells Wayne off after his I'm A Celeb sex comments Christmas Eve box - enchanting trend or just more pressure? Keira Knightley: How I’ll get my 19-month-old to sit still this Christmas Have you ever parked on zig zag lines to drop your kids to school?