Maternity Fashion Trends for 2010/2011 Maternity fashion trends often take their cures from what celebrity mothers to be are wearing, and this season, there are some especially exciting trends being seen on the red carpet. You can always take these styles and add your own flair to them for a personalized touch. This season, maternity fashion trends are full of basic pieces, which will serve as the foundation for your stylish wardrobe. Just because you are a mother to be does not mean that you have to let yourself fall by the wayside in terms of fashion. Leggings – This particular style is as versatile and stylish as it is comfortable. They are available in a wide variety of different fabrics, from wild animal prints to leather or velvet. Additionally, they can be dressed with a pair of flats or paired with a bump hugging tunic top and heels for a night out. Skinny Jeans – Skinny jeans can be worn in a way that is similar to leggings. The tapered leg cut of the jeans is flattering on many different body types. Ideally, they should contain a bit of stretch to ensure that you remain comfortable during your entire pregnancy. Mini Dresses – Maternity fashion trends are no longer about camouflaging your bump, but celebrating it instead. These bump hugging garments are ideal for doing just that! For an especially sexy look, they can be paired with a pair of opaque tights for a night out with your girlfriends or significant other. Feminine Dresses – To continue the trend of certain clothing that celebrates your pregnancy, you should look for dresses that feature feminine details, like flower prints, ruffles, or flowing designs. Because most women feel the most feminine when they are pregnant, this feeling can be expressed through their clothing. Rocker Chic – This particular trend replaces feminine dresses with boot cut and torn jeans, graphic print tees, boots, and tough cut leather jackets. It is the antithesis of feminine, but they are many women who enjoy this rocker/biker/tough appearance. One particular celebrity who is frequently embodying this trend is Gisele Bundchen.