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Look for Less: Selma Blair’s Boho Chic

03/08/2011 at 10:00 AM ET
Splash News Online

Look at that bump!

While out running errands (and grabbing coffee) in Los Angeles on March 3, Selma Blair put her growing belly on display in a casual, yet pulled-together outfit.

The mom-to-be wore a white button-down layered over a white tank paired with cream cargo pants.

But it was her accessories — Theodora & Callum‘s Desert scarf ($135), CC Skye‘s Rich Gypsy fringe hobo ($620) and worn work boots — that really took her look up a notch.

Love Selma’s stylish ensemble? You’re in luck. We’ve rounded up similar items — all under $70!

 

Courtesy A Pea in a Pod

Shirt

A white button-down is a must-have whether you’re pregnant or not. We suggest A Pea in a Pod‘s Convertible Sleeve Button Front Maternity Shirt ($59) — it’s roomy enough for all your new curves.

 

Courtesy Old Navy

Tank

Wear your white shirt alone or with Old Navy’s Maternity Long Layering Tank ($6.50). Not only is it made with soft ribbed cotton, but it also features an extra long hem.

 

Courtesy Urban Outfitters

Scarf

We couldn’t find one as vibrant as Selma’s, but Deena & Ozzy‘s Geometric Infinity Scarf ($20) comes pretty close. Plus, you never have to worry about tying it up. It’s an all-in-one, so it always looks chic.

 

Courtesy Motherhood Maternity

Pants

We already know Selma loves cargos, so it was no surprise to see her another pair. Get the look with Motherhood Maternity‘s Twill Pants ($30). Just slightly roll up the legs and you’re all set.

 

Courtesy Irv’s Luggage

Bag

A fringe purse is a great way to add some hippie flair to an otherwise plain outfit. Want one? We’re loving Big Buddha Ray‘s stylish beige version ($70).

 

Courtesy Piperlime

Boots

Worn-looking lace-ups like Wanted‘s Prague boots ($25) are an essential part of the cool-girl uniform.

Even better? They’re flat so they’re perfect for moms-to-be.

 

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Lena on

Not sure about this particular ensemble. Something is a bit wonky on her.

And side note, but whenever I see pregnant women with a coffee cup I assume it’s herbal tea. Because doesn’t caffeine cross the placenta like nicotine and alcohol?

mary on

She looks deliriously happy! Love that!

sadie on

I agree, Lena….it isn’t very flattering on her, but then again maybe she’s just going for comfort. (?) The article does say that she is grabbing some coffee. I’ve heard some say that a little caffeine won’t hurt. I’m not an expert though.

Tess on

Doesn’t coffee come in decaf?

She looks like she’s walking with purpose again.

Jennifer on

I’m currently pregnant, and per my doctor I can drink a cup of coffee a day.

I agree with those above, the outfit looks a bit too disheveled for my liking.

Jillian on

Coffee does come in decaf and how would they have a clue whet she ordered. My dr also said one cup of coffee a day was perfectly fine!

Jehan on

Yeah the look just isn’t my cup of tea but a coffee or 2 isn’t going to affect her pregancy in the least bit.

Marcee on

Ohhh …. she looks comfy and definitely gorgeous. Selma always has chic haircuts! Love Selma Blair’s films. This lady always has a pulled-together, classic look. Trying to see her tummy …. could be a boy! That is one lucky kid!

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