Loving Mom-to-Be Mila Kunis’ Recent Style? The (Non-Maternity!) Looks Will Work for You – Pregnant or Not
Mila Kunis has been switching up her looks over the last couple of weeks as she makes the rounds to promote her upcoming comedy Bad Moms, opening Friday nationwide. But the one thing she hasn’t changed is the designer behind her outfits: Ulla Johnson.
First, the soon-to-be mom of two, 32, wore the designer’s Isle Blouse ($322) in black at a press junket July 10. On July 18, she was seen in dark colors again, sporting the Alexi Jumpsuit ($345) in Coal at the Bad Moms premiere in New York City.
Most recently, the actress and wife of Ashton Kutcher rocked three different pieces Wednesday, including the embroidered Elena dress ($403) — which she joked on Live with Kelly was “a big, puffy” frock that hid her bump strategically when Kelly Ripa told Kunis she could barely tell she was pregnant.
Rounding out her Wednesday ensembles were the Astrid Blouse ($196), which she paired with A Pea in the Pod’s AG Jeans during a session for AOL Live, and the Jamila Blouse ($483), which she was seen in during an appearance on the Today show.
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These days, the fashion-forward That ’70s Show alum doesn’t dress to necessarily show off her growing baby bump, but she’s flexible based on her mood and how her body is changing.
“I can get away with different styles that I normally couldn’t since I’m pregnant, but there’s a fine line,” she told Vanity Fair at the N.Y.C. premiere of Bad Moms on July 18. “There’s a line where I’m like, ‘I feel great. Let’s have fun and do something different and crazy,’ and then it’s like, ‘I don’t know if that’s going to fit in a week. My belly keeps growing and will that outfit still look the same?’
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“So, I go with whatever dress that is simple and feels right,” she continued. “I play with the size. Everything has to be fitted to a point of expansion. I don’t want to wear anything just to show off my belly.”
Kunis also isn’t one of those maternity mavens who’s determined to keep her heel game at the same level as before. And who can blame her, considering she’s juggling pregnancy number two and being a mom to 21-month-old daughter Wyatt Isabelle?
“I’m one of those ladies that likes to be in flats,” she added. “I don’t necessarily want to wear heels while I’m pregnant. I’ll only wear them when I need to!”
— Jen Juneau