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Popular past trends to deliver cutting-edge maternity fashion
May '09
They say that everything old is new again. The new fall line from A Pea in the Pod presents modern design that takes inspiration from the past. Updated classics glance back in time but stay current with young contemporary styling. Expectant moms will appreciate the reinterpretation and enjoy easy femininity carried through the assortment.

Hinting at silhouettes of previous decades, the group revamps iconic looks with today's touches. The embellished knit tunic over leggings wrapped in a long cashmere cardigan is today's oversized tee and legging look of the 1980s. This season's sweater dress features a flared skirt reminiscent of the belted dresses of the 1940s. When worn with an attention-getting statement necklace, the look pays homage to the elegance of old Hollywood.

In every age there is a reason to celebrate. Fall party looks will mix inky darks, silky separates and sequins to achieve that holiday shimmer. Mom-to-be will melt for the liquid velvet gown from A Pea in the Pod's ultra-luxury line, A Pea in the Pod Collection. The blue topaz cowl neck evening gown compliments her best accessory -- a growing belly.

"I love that fashion is cyclical and trends constantly come and go," said Rebecca Matthias, president and chief creative officer of A Pea in the Pod. "This season we were influenced by popular trends of the past to deliver cutting-edge maternity fashion."

From sophisticated classics to fun casual looks, A Pea in the Pod offers the mom-to-be exceptional contemporary pieces that reflect her uncompromising sense of style. Free-spirited and original, classic and modern -- A Pea in the Pod is maternity redefined. Its premier line, A Pea in the Pod Collection, offers exquisite details and luxurious fabrications to display the true art of maternity.

A favorite among Hollywood's celebrity moms-to-be, A Pea in the Pod Collection has dressed clients such as Angie Harmon, Naomi Watts, Minnie Driver, Jessica Alba, Cate Blanchett, Salma Hayek, and more. A Pea in the Pod can be found in every Destination Maternity location.

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