Shop Best Straight-Leg Jeans for Pregnant Women at Old Navy Online
Just because you're pregnant, you don't have to sacrifice style. Straight-leg maternity jeans are great look that's on-trend.
Styling Straight-Leg Jeans During Pregnancy
Old Navy's maternity straight fit jeans are very versatile and will see you through your entire pregnancy. The key to looking great in jeans as you continue to expand is being flexible with your style. In the early months, maternity straight leg jeans will subtly expand as you do, but you can wear most of your regular tops. With any skinny jean, you can play with proportions. Go flowy on top and choose a pair of stand out shoes. Choose a more fitted top and tuck your straight legs into boots for one continuous, lean line. As the months go on, you'll want tops that are comfortable over your tummy and tunics work great for this purpose. Because they hit at the mid-thigh, a tunic adds a visual weight to your look and helps to create balance. Think of your straighter jeans like a pair of leggings and dress accordingly. The principle is really the same. Call attention to your face with creative use of scarves, dangling earrings and statement necklaces.
Choosing Straight Maternity Jeans
The best straight leg jeans for pregnant women are the ones which feel soft and comfortable right from the start. Old Navy jeans offer quality details like contrast top stitching and the legendary ability to fit just about any body. Choose these jeans just like you would a regular pair. Consider what kind of wash you'd like. Maybe you'll go dark or maybe you're in a distressed mood. Then choose your rise. Depending on preference you might like a lower rise that hits below your belly or a higher rise that offers more support. Whether zip front or with faux zippers, with no pockets or with patch pockets, jeans for pregnancy are best when they make you feel good and confident. When you're expecting it feels good to slip into a familiar pair of jeans. And it's hard to imagine not wearing this all-American basic for nine months. Now you don't have to.