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    No matter how much time you spend trying to conceive and planning for a baby, how you're going to dress once you're carrying your little one isn't exactly something most of us spend that much time on. It's more likely that your maternity style takes shape once you're pregnant, and you find yourself gravitating to one style or another. But once that happens -- boom! You're totally giving your mama personality away!

    Here, 7 lovely, popular maternity looks that might be yours, too, and what they say about you.

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    Most new moms resign themselves to the fact that the weeks and maybe even months after giving birth are not going to be among the most stylish they've ever had. Or the sexiest. But Dita Von Teese is on a mission to change that way of thinking once and for all. The fashion star has paired up with Destination Maternity to launch a limited edition "capsule" maternity collection called Von Follies by Dita Von Teese.

    Dita's motivation for the line: “Elegant underpinnings are a simple way to create everyday moments of luxury and beauty, and why wouldn’t a new mother enjoy beautiful lingerie, too?” Right on! But elegance and beauty isn't all the undies are supposed to offer mamas!

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    If you thought ridiculous novelty t-shirts were only reserved for the racks of department store juniors' sections, gag gift emporium Spencer's, and anywhere cruises dock, you are gravely mistaken, my friend. Apparently, maternity chain A Pea in the Pod also has 'em, and their kind are made just for expectant moms. Yes, apparently expectant moms who want nothing more than to publicly lament that they've gained weight.

    Check out the jaw-droppingly upsetting messages emblazoned on not just one but TWO tees they carry ... 

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    Jenelle Evans is expecting her second bundle of joy and is due in June, but it looks like her baby bump is already causing her grief. The Teen Mom 2 star took to Instagram this weekend to share a shot of her growing mummy tummy ... and lament the toll it has already been taking on her wardrobe.

    Check it out ... 

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    You know how sometimes you're checking out at the grocery store and you see the latest celebs all over the covers of the gossip mags, and then you see a picture of Kate Middleton or Gwen Stefani looking absolutely stunning while pregnant, and you think to yourself, "Damn! I never ever even once looked half as glamorous as that when I was growing a human!"

    Well, not all celebrities rock the baby bump with style. These are the ones that chose comfort clothes over panty hose. These are our people. The ones that showed us that they're just real people trying to get through their days while serving as an human incubator.

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    I'm in the camp that pregnant women can and should wear whatever they want. But I've heard the whispers when a pregnant mama has walked by wearing a top that doesn't fully cover her baby bump. Everyone has an opinion! Some people just like to voice theirs louder than others without concern of anyone else's feelings. It makes me wonder what those people have to say about pregnant Kerry Washington wearing a crop top to the 2014 Screen Actor's Guild Awards.

    Behold the glory of Scandal star's very tiny baby bump. Oh baby!

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    Oh Olivia Wilde. You are dressing your baby bump so perfectly! She's proof you can wear just about anything -- even skin tight clothes -- during pregnancy. Hahahahaha! Okay, okay! We all know that isn't exactly true. Our babies and bodies grow differently when pregnant and some women can squeeze into their "regular" clothes way into the second or even third trimester, while others are shopping maternity section right away. Or like I preferred to do -- go a size or two (or three) up. The key is to still wear whatever styles you are into and take lots of photos.

    Seriously. That's the key. You have to document the beauty of your baby growing in your body. And Olivia strikes the perfect side pose in this form-fitting dress to show it off.

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    I held out as long as I could, but this week I had to do it. I had to buy what I dread spending money on -- awful, terrible maternity clothing.

    This is my second pregnancy. In my experience, morning sickness fades after the 12th week and, though annoying and painful, at the very least, the Breast Gods have the decency to give you nice boobs to compensate for the constant tenderness you experience above the waist. But there are few good things to be said about maternity clothing.

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    There are so many reasons why being pregnant is wonderful. But shopping for maternity clothing isn't always one of them. Unless you are keen on spending big bucks -- and how many of us are when we know we won't be able to wear these pieces for the rest of our lives -- our options are often limited to horrible fake wool stretch work pants, the same ol' T-shirt with some cute saying about your bump, and leggings, which prove to be the best item of clothing ever invented. 

    But we all know one woman who killed it during pregnancy. Kate Middleton. Yeah, I know she has buckets of money and every designer on earth wants to dress her, but the thing is: she really didn't always spend $2 million to look fabulous. We can all look as good as Kate did while preggers. 

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    If you're thinking of skipping out on getting dressed up this Halloween simply because you're pregnant, you may want to think twice. A baby bump can actually be a whole lot of fun this time of year.

    Pregnancy is already sort of a costume in itself, but if you really want to step out of the box and get a little creative, there are some pretty cool maternity costumes out there that will make you unforgettable at whatever Halloween party you happen to be attending.

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