Olivia Wilde dresses her bump in casual chic maternity clothes

March 13, 2014 by

Olivia Wilde dresses her bump in casual chic maternity clothes

There's nothing more comfortable than worn-in T-shirts, leggings and cozy sweaters, and it seems like actress Olivia Wilde is well aware of this. The star, who's expecting her first child with fiance actor Jason Sudeikis, has been seen out and about in New York wearing the chicest, most comfortable maternity clothes we've ever seen.

Not everyone manages to look pulled together in T-shirts and leggings, but Olivia pulls it off well with her carefully chosen accessories and carefree attitude. One outing involved a blue graphic T-shirt, a thigh-length black coat, tight black pants and a fringed pair of red moccasins. She also wore a pair of black sunglasses and a leopard print and black leather bag. She kept her hair down and parted slightly to the side.

Another outing in the Big Apple featured black, capri-length leggings, a wrapped gray sweater, a fuzzy beige and black striped jacket and black, ankle-high sneakers. She wore the same sunglasses and pulled her hair into a peppy ponytail.

These casual looks are a far cry from the fabulous ensemble she wore to the Oscars, but they're still fashionable and cute!

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 Olivia Wilde dresses her bump in casual chic maternity clothes

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