Need A Maternity Dress For A Hot Valentine's Day Date? Check Out These Choices!

Need a maternity dress for a hot Valentine's Day date? Check out these choices!
Are you expecting? Do you have a hot date for Valentine's Day? Time to dress up your baby bump and hit the town, sexy mama-to-be! Following are a few dresses that are prefect for a Valentine's day date!

Moody Mamas Maternity Enid Beaded Charmeuse Dress

Available at Nordstrom

If you're looking for red hot and sexy, consider this dress! It slips on over your head, is hand washable (big plus!) and has an empire waist. Price: $138, but currently on sale for $91.90

Laundry by Shelli Segal Sleeveless Beaded Detail Maternity Dress

Available at A Pea in the Pod

Helllloooooo, sexy mama! do you have a formal event to attend? Need a super dressy and hot Valentine's Day maternity dress? Look no further. This classy and formal dress from A Pea in the Pod will turn heads. Price: $275, but currently on sale for $219.99

Japanese Weekend Maternity Ruffle Applique Shift Dress

Available at Nordstrom

If you're in a part of the country where it's cold (pretty much everywhere right now!), consider this Valentine's Day maternity dress. You can stay warmer by wearing tights and even boots and you'll still look beautiful for a Valentine's Day date. A wool coat will complement the look...and keep you warm. Price: $92, but currently on sale for $59.90

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