HATCH makes stylish pieces you’ll want to wear before, during and after pregnancy

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It may be hard to believe it now, but there was a time not so long ago when most maternity clothing was the literal opposite of stylish. Huge, shapeless tent dresses in drab colors? Ill-fitting oversized pants? Yes, those were the options.

Fortunately, those days are long gone thanks to brands like HATCH. The brand creates gorgeous, classic clothing that can be worn at every stage. Whether you’re expecting or postpartum, HATCH has something for you.

Founded in 2011 by Ariane Goldman, HATCH’s mission is to make products that “make each moment – pregnant or not – enjoyable, rich, fun and beautiful.” And on that, they deliver. From flowing dresses and tops to trendy jumpsuits and trousers, this the maternity clothing of your dreams.

In addition to purchasing HATCH maternity clothes on their website, the stunning styles are also available on Shopbop. Even more exciting? The brand recently debuted a more affordable line of maternity clothes called The Nines by Hatch that’s now available at Target.

Shop: The Sadie Top, $178

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Shop: The Anaelle Dress, $348

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Shop: The Longsleeve Tee, $98

Credit: HATCH

Shop: The Frankie Jumpsuit, $278

Credit: HATCH

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