Jessica Simpson accentuates baby bump in the best maternity clothes

April 04, 2013 by

Jessica Simpson accentuates baby bump in the best maternity clothes

Jessica Simpson is known for more than just her impressive vocals. The Texas-born singer, who is currently expecting her second child with fiance Eric Johnson, is also a bonafide fashionista.

As the co-host of the hit show "Fashion Star," Simpson certainly knows a thing or two about trendy attire, and the same is true for her baby bump style!

When it comes to evening maternity dresses, Simpson, who is already mom to 11-month-old Maxwell, has proved time and again that she's a fashion innovator.

She looked positively radiant in early March when she appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" in a sleek black lace cocktail dress – she even accidentally revealed the gender of her growing baby (hint: there's going to be plenty of blue in her future!).

But as graceful as Simpson can look in chic maternity clothes, she also can seamlessly transition into more laid-back styles, like the oversized Yale University hoodie and sneakers she wore on March 31 as she strolled through Toluca Lake, Calif., with Johnson and baby Maxwell.

And that's not all Simpson's been up to – she recently ditched her heels in favor of more comfortable footwear.

"Practicing walking in flats around my house," Simpson wrote on Twitter, after posting a photograph of herself in flats. 

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Lizzie Goodman is a writer living in the Midwest. Since becoming a mom, she’s learned to do everything one-handed, often while letting her baby daughter pull her hair and poke her in the face. She believes in the strength and power of women – and really enjoys writing about pregnancy and motherhood.

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