Nicole Richie’s maternity line launches

Nicole Richie makes preggers look good. So good that she’s capitalizing on it, and today marks her launch date for her own maternity clothing line, available through A Pea in the Pod for stylish expecting mums.

 She’s certainly come a long way since her high falluting days on The Simple Life with her mostly BFF, Paris Hilton. Mother to baby Harlow (now a toddling year and a half old) with another little one on the way, Nicole’s following up on the success of her jewellery line, House of Harlow 1960, with her newest fashion venture, creating the line of maternity wear.

 In an interview with People magazine, the star said, “I really tried to make this line to get women excited about wearing clothes.” Word is you can expect to see some of Nicole’s signature boho luxe look, with floor-skimming maxidresses, loose-fitting peasant tops, ethnic prints and plenty of stretch jersey.

“I think the pregnant body is beautiful, and I think you should show it off,” she said, and this collection aims to do just that. The line launches today at apeainthepod.comand will be available online only. Although the website is US based, they do ship to the UK.

Maybe all the preggo Victoria’s Secret models we talked about a few blogs back will be spotted in Richie’s clothes this fall?

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