Look For Less: Rebecca Gayheart's Relaxed Chic

12/29/2009 at 02:00 PM ET


Whether she’s out running errands or strolling on the beach, Rebecca Gayheart‘s go-to pregnancy look includes a roomy tunic and comfy pants, which is perfect for a growing belly.

Recently, we spotted the gorgeous mom-to-be — baby is reportedly a girl, due in March — in yet another super stylish ensemble. She donned a black and white print top, black pants and red ballet flats while out shopping with a friend.

Want her look? We’ve found some similar but more affordable pieces that you’ll love.

Check below for our Look for Less outfit!

Courtesy of Euphoria Maternity

Tunic: It’s Rebecca’s black and white flowy tunic that really makes this outfit pop. Try Japanese Weekend‘s Retro Kimono Top (now $35, originally $62). It sports a similar geometric print at a more budget-friendly price.

Courtesy of Motherhood Maternity

Pants: Pregnant or not, a pair of great-fitting black slacks is a wardrobe staple. We suggest Motherhood Maternity‘s Under Belly Twill Boot Cut Maternity Pants (now $15, originally $20). They’re made of a cotton/spandex fabric that keeps everything in place.

Courtesy of Payless

Shoes: A touch of color can take a black and white outfit up a notch. We love zoe&zac‘s Lily Ballet Flats (now $17, originally $25) in burgundy — they’re comfortable and chic.

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lolade ibrahim on

im so happy she is having a girl there have been so many boys lately. I really like her style , comfortable yet stylish

Angie on

I love that tunic! SO cute!

Rye on

Her pregnancy style is super cute. She reminds me a lot of Sarah Michelle Prinze. Very excited that she is rumored to be having a girl…definitely seems like there has been a boy boom lately so some girl power would be awesome!!🙂

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