Is Beyonce pregnant? Is she not pregnant? I mean ... she was wearing an oversized sweater yesterday. And uh ... she did wear a babydoll top. So uh, yup. Definitely preggo. Wrrrooongggg.
When it comes down to women, weight, and baby-on-board status, it seems your wardrobe gives away your pregnancy news ... or at least people think it does. You know what I mean, right? How many times have you thrown on an oversized sweater and just headed out? Bet you didn't know it at the time, but your outfit choice likely raised a few eyebrows. I don't know why we do it, but it seems the roomier the clothing, the more the baby rumors fly.
So here's the deal. If you want people to stop assuming you're with child, you've got to stop dressing like it. Bey and the rest of y'all, listen very, very closely to what I'm about to reveal -- six fashion tips that'll help you avoid the annoying baby bump buzz.
What styles do you avoid to keep from looking pregnant?
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I knooow it's getting cooler outside and I know it's only natural to deck yourself out head-to-toe in a chunky cardigan (Fresh Pressed Cardigan, $59.99). Yes, it keeps you extra cozy but it also makes you look extra puffy around the middle. To fix that, pair the cardigan with leggings or skinny jeans and opt for a clingy cami underneath. If you want to avoid looking bulky, wear a fitted top under and leave the cardigan unbuttoned.