Celeb Moms-to-Be Show Off Their Bumps in Tucker

08/01/2011 at 10:00 AM ET

The secret’s out! From floor-length shirt dresses to roomy tunic tops, Tucker‘s chic printed pieces are quickly becoming a Hollywood maternity must-have.

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Everyone from Ali Landry (on July 26 and on July 6) and Selma Blair (in the Signature Blouse on April 22) to Bryce Dallas Howard (on June 4) wears their stylish designs. We even spotted January Jones in Tucker while shopping in Beverly Hills last month.

Whether you have a beginner or blossoming bump, the easy-to-wear designer tops and dresses are perfect throughout your whole pregnancy because the simple silhouettes and soft silk fabric flatter all figures.

Even better? You can wear them after you’ve given birth, so you haven’t invested in pieces that only work during pregnancy, as new mom Blair well knows. “I wear a lot of Tucker,” the actress said recently. “I like that I can wear it after pregnancy so it’s more affordable.”

Anya Leon

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Vicki on

IMHO-those dresses and tops makes them all look fat not pregnant

mommytoane on

Vicki, I agree. They look comfy, but not at all flattering. Be great for romping around the house tho.

cn tower on

I agree Vicki – none of these women are heavy, but these outfits make them seem fat all over as opposed to pregnant. Not a flattering look and I think they would look much better in something a little more form-fitting.

Jan Rieck on

Why do we have to make single women stars when they break up marriages and get pregnant? I’m sorry but this makes me ill. What ever happened to real relationshps and marriage.

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