Best Buys Reviews & shopping Maternity fashion special - summer trends Are you pregnant and want to look fabulous and on-trend this summer? Look no further that MFM's trend roundup 1 of Ad break Fashionista MamaBeing pregnant and on-trend can be a tricky task, however this summer the catwalks have created lust-worthy looks which are not only baby bump friendly, but wearable too. Whether you are brave enough to wear a tribal maxi-dress, say it with sequins or look like a red hot mum-to-be in this season's colour - the choice is endless. Festival ChicNothing says festival chic like an uber-cool embellished tee, emblazoned with a funky aztec or tribal pattern. Laid back yet glam, these ultra stylish one pieces are perfect this summer. Check out the draped waist details at the side and subtle nude sequins, meaning all eyes will be on you. You don't even have to tread the muddy fields to qualify. Kate Moss, eat your heart out. As seen on... The Marc by Marc Jacobs catwalk show where his models looked geometric, aztec, african galore. Anything goes. Team it with... Khaki shorts for a foxy look, or keep it casual with a tight, jersey maxi skirt teamed with the festival fave - bejewelled gladiator sandals. Mama.licious white print top, £21, available at Dorothy Perkins Maternity. Available from sizes small - extra large. Tribal Maxi dress Make a bold statement in this colourful gem of a maxi dress. The colourful and eye boggling pattern will flatter your blooming figure and the gold embellishment skims over your bump creating a stunning silhouette. As seen on... Etro, Kenzo and Missoni all sent their models down the runway wearing gorgeous knock-out maxi-dresses in every print and fabric under the sun. In short, long is oh-so-in. Team it with... This dress needs no introduction or side kicks. Opt for flat gold sandals or low wedged heels to balance out the length of the dress. Tribal maxi dress, £59, River Island. Available from sizes XS - XL. Little red dress Move over Little Black Dress - there's a new and hotter shade in town - scorching red. This brave hue is perfect for blooming gorgeous mums-to-be. Wear it fitted, in an empire style with decorative sleeves to add to the drama. As seen on... The catwalks were set on fire with reds, reds and more reds. Dolce & Gabbana, Marni and Lanvin all opted for the scarlet look. Team it with... This bold colour speaks for itself, but hot red always looks good with a lick of red lippy and an abundance of gold accessories. Maternity tea dress, £45, Topshop Maternity. Available from sizes 8-16. Continue slideshow > Romantic ruffles The perfect way to feel feminine when you're pregnant. Ruffle up those growing curves and dress them in this dreamy frill dress. The tiered layers are surprisinlgy flattering, the material allows room to move and the colour is on-trend and versatile. As seen on... Stella McCartney created something similar to this high street steal and found her inner girlie with ruffles, frills and bundles of romance. Team it with... This oatmeal shade suits most complexions and is worn at its best with nude, gold or coral accessories. Don't go too overboard, as you want the ruffles to do all the talking. Ruffle tier dress, £19.99, H&M. Available in store only, find you nearest shop here. Denim does Utility When utility and denim collide, you have yourselves a fabulous and wearble combination. A luxe take on the denim trend, these versatile trousers tick all the style boxes. The slight harem fit makes them loose enough to move around freely, the pockets give them a perfectly balanced utility feel and the denim is lightweight and almost silky. As seen on... Chloe and Ralph Lauren created a similar super soft denim creations in their S/S10 collections. Team it with... Nude, cream and tan accessories. Combat trouser, £32, Mamas & Papas. Available from sizes 6- 20. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Postpartum psychosis – just how many mums suffer from it? How much sugar is in your child's favourite ice lolly? Kimberley Walsh: ‘It killed me teaching my boys to sleep through the night'