Colour pop maternity fashion to brighten your winter wardrobe

Give your maternity clothing a lift with these colour-rich separates and accessories. Pregnancy doesn't mean you can't be playful with your look!

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Take style inspiration from Myleene Klass

When pregnant Myleene Klass injected some much needed sunshine on the red carpet recently, the celebrity mum-to-be got the fashion thumbs up for her gorgeous yellow dress.

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While Myleene showed just how welcome a boost of colour can be as winter nears its end, bold hues can also enhance your mood and complexion. We loved how Myleene accessorised her canary dress with ruby red lips and matching nails – talk about a double whammy colour pop!

If you’re pregnant and suffering from the winter blues, take a style hint from Myleene. A few key colour pieces in your maternity wardrobe will provide an instant lift to any outfit. If you’re after fashion with post-pregnancy longevity, get your colour fix with accessories or footwear, rather than maternity clothes.

From berry-hued ballerina flats to colour-popping maternity dresses, tunics and tops, here are our style suggests to brighten up your February fashion…

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French Connection purple maternity dress

Pretty in purple

Go all out with this statement maternity dress in eye-popping purple. The perfect mix of cold colour blue and hot red, purple will make you feel confident and ready to take on the day!

French Connection Maternity Ponte Big Shoulder Dress, £80, available at ASOS Maternity. Available in sizes 8-16.

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Colour pop ballerina shoes

Fancy feet

If you don’t fancy giving your clothes a colour pop makeover, why not brighten up your feet with these gorgeously bright ballerina flats?

Do a Myleene with these sunshine yellow French Sole Hariet shoes, £101, or go pretty in purple (and affordable) with these plain bow ballerina flats from Priceless Shoes, £4. If you’re feeling really daring, hot up your look with these ruby red H&M ballerina pumps, £7.99.

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Red scallop trim vest, Topshop Maternity

Red hot

Wearing a pop of red can do wonders for your mood. Whether it makes you feel confident, sexy, in charge or passionate, adding a burst of red also lifts dull complexions.

Topshop Maternity Crimson Scallop Edged Vest, £15. Available in sizes 8-16.

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Green pea coat, Wallis

Green with envy

Filling the wearer with optimism and vitality, green is a great colour to boost your everyday mood. Spot on for pale and dark skin tones, this green hue reminds us of nature. A great colour to take us through the winter days and nights.

Wallis Green Faux Wool Reffer coat, £70. Available in sizes 8-20.

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Maternity tights

Leg it

Transform any outfit with these colourful tights, which not only cover your baby bump, but give your legs a touch of va va voom. A simple, affordable way to add colour to your maternity wardrobe.

Seraphine navy opaque 80 denier maternity tights, £7.50 per pair.

Mothercare red 60 denier maternity tights, £7 per pair.

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Yellow tunic, vertbaudet

Mellow yellow

As mum-to-be Myleene Klass surely knows, wearing yellow can fill you with joy and even give you a boost of energy. The sunshine hue is a favourite in summer, but wearing it in winter can definitely put a spring in your step.

Vertbaudet Maternity Tunic, £25. Available in sizes 6-20.

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Boden accessories

Colour jewels

Another simple yet effective way to brighten up your maternity wardrobe is to add colour with a fabulous necklace. These Boden ruffled ribbon necklaces, £39 each, come in four different colours and can instantly give a plain, colour-deprived outfit a much needed colour pop.

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Blue dress, Pretty Pregnant

Into the blue

Create a sense of calm and serenity with a sea of blue. This knitted dress is a brave colour choice but with its cooling and calming qualities, it’s fab if you’re feeling stressed out.

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Ajour Dress, £98, available at Pretty Pregnant. Available in sizes S, M and L.

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