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Woman looks sexy, stylish in Fine 4 Nine S/S Maternity line
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Apr '09
Fine 4 Nine announced that their sexy-sophisticated spring/summer collection is now available in select boutiques. As featured in Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, the brand's debut maternity clothing collection brings chic to maternity clothes in a way that allows fashionable moms-to-be to feel as sexy and stylish as they did pre-pregnancy.

With 13 different styles, each piece in the collection flaunts a unique element of dress - rows of beads that sweep loosely across a chain-strap halter, a studded butterfly motif on the back of a slim-sleeve T, a broken-stone empire belt on a strapless top. The embellishments are fun, rather than formal, dressy.

With the versatility to transform day-wear to night, the tops can be worn to work with dress pants, or with jeans and heels at sundown. Each is offered in a variety of the season's most inspired colors like fuchsia red, salmon rose, palace blue and lemon, as well as evening-appropriate black.

Fine 4 Nine Designer Vanessa Estep's inspiration for the line came from her personal experience - and frustration -- as a pregnant professional looking for a style solution.

"My body changed, not my style," says Vanessa. "I didn't want to hide - I still wanted to feel sexy when I hit the town with girlfriends, dined with clients or spent time out with my husband. But I couldn't find maternity clothes that I wanted to go out in - clothes that were fun and different…truly me. So I designed them for myself. My hope is that other women will feel as feminine, pretty and inspired in Fine 4 Nine as I did."

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