Best Buys Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Maternity Fashion Day dresses, evening wear, bump-hugging clothes and a nifty interchangeable dress - here's maternity fashion at its best 1 of Ad break Gold Award Winner (Joint) - Bibee Maternity "Practical, flattering, comfortable, interchangeable and unique," were the judges' comments about Bibee maternity wear. Offering an interchangeable front (hence the bib in Bibee) it can be swapped between different dresses or tunics to create a new-look outfit each time. Our MFM reviewer swears by the dress, saying, "I don’t know how I got through most of my pregnancy without the Bibee." High praise indeed. From £60 - £90, Bibee Check out the full Bibee review here. Gold Award Winner (Joint) - Blooming Marvellous at MothercareWell-cut, flattering and suitable for both work and an evening out, the Blooming Marvellous range at Mothercare was a big hit with the Prima Baby Awards Panel. Various prices, Mothercare Silver Award Winner - Tiffany Rose Sported by many celebrities, including Michelle Heaton, Holly Willoughby and Myleene Klass, Tiffany Rose dresses skim and accentuate your curves and sometimes make the most of your new assets with plunging necklines. Various prices, Tiffany Rose Bronze Award Winner - Heavenly Bump Accentuate your new curves with stripes, ensure a perfect fit across your bump with a ruched top and elongate your body with tapered trousers. This is style in pregnancy. Various prices, Heavenly Bump Continue slideshow > Want more award-winning stuff?See more award winners: Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Maternity Lingerie Brand Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Maternity Lingerie Product Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Maternity Fashion Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Baby Fashion Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Changing Bags Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Mums Fashion Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Hero Beauty Product Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Hero Pregnancy Product By Hazelann Williams Comments Latest on MadeForMums 'Eating your placenta borders on cannibalism,' says top doc Ferne McCann: ‘I don’t want to be labelled as a single mum’ Beautiful women have baby girls, says new study What does the term 'mumbod' mean to you?