Jessica Simpson Vs. Kim Kardashian: Who Rocks The Best Pregnancy Styles?
Jan 05, 2013 04:42 PM EST
Top two pregnant celebrities Jessica Simpson and Kim Kardashian are rocking maternity clothes around town, but who wears it better? Kardashian was recently photographed wearing a black outfit with sheer top, together with strappy shoes. Meanwhile, Simpson tweeted a cell phone pic she snapped in the mirror, revealing her growing baby bump. Let the most fashionable celebrity win.
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Given that Simpson was essentially wearing just a matching shawl over a bathing suit, the stylistas would favor Kardashian for the night-out-on-the-town look. We don't know how long she can keep it up though. It's difficult to be both stylish and pregnant at the same time. But she has the resources to prove us wrong, and there are plenty of great maternity boutiques like A Pea in the Pod, Motherhood Maternity, Ingrid & Isabel, Rosie Pope, and Isabella Oliver. Or she could just ask Zac Posen, one of her favorite designers, to whip up a collection for her.
Kardashian was the subject of much speculation leading up to her big announcement, given that she had been seen everywhere hanging on singer Kanye West's arm. There were telltale signs, such as wearing more loose-fitting clothes. The ultimate clue was when they were spotted outside of a OBGYN clinic together, setting off alarm bells and leading some to pronounce her pregnant on the spot. Kanye West broke the news to his concert audience on December 30, 2012 right before the New Year.
It seems that pregnancy has not made either lady more modest, but Kardashian was wearing a tasteful black scarf to match her outfit. Perhaps motherhood will mellow out her wild ways. Or at least make her settle down with a man?
It's not known whether West, 35, has any plans to marry Kardashian, 32. He was previously engaged to designer Alexis Phifer, but broke it off. Kardashian has actually been down the aisle before, twice. Once with music producer Damon Thomas, which ended in divorce. Second, with basketball star Kris Humphries, which lasted a whole 72 days before imploding. They are still technically married, which presents complications due to the fact that she is having a baby with another man. It seems that the courts can't keep up with the pace of celebrity relationships. Perhaps after all these misfires, Kardashian will want to take her time before deciding to get married again.
Simpson is currently engaged to former NFL player Eric Johnson. When they wed, it will be her second marriage.
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