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Mom-To-Be Heidi Klum's maternity fashion advice

07/13/2006 at 01:00 PM ET

by auditioning contributor Laura:

During the on-camera limo ride to the launch party for the new season of Bravo’s Project Runway, radiantly pregnant supermodel Heidi Klum told Access Hollywood correspondent Tim Vincent her top three fashion tips for expectant moms, which are:

1.  Wear Empire waist dresses (which she jokingly refers to as "schmatas")
2.  Wear prints (but not too big!)
3.  Flaunt your bump!

When Vincent asked if she would commission her auditioning designers to create maternity wear for the show, Heidi said, "No, but I should, though -especially jeans–they get so tight!"

Source: "Access Hollywood," Wednesday July 12, 2006

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Summerside on

I love Heidi’s maternity style. She’s pretty brave to wear some of those outfits! Pregnancy suits her so well too.
I love this dress:

http://www.instyle.com/instyle/celebrities/lookoftheday/0,23460,1209734,00.html

FC on

I know they say it’s a silver dress, but it looks more blue-green and silver to me. lol But yeah, I’d love to style any maternity style after her. :)

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