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A Pea in the Pod presents fall 2010
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Jun '10
The Fall 2010 line from A Pea in the Pod captures this season's newest runway trends in feminine, flattering fits for the expectant woman.

Skinny is the key message in bottoms and A Pea in the Pod has it covered in all the fabrics of the season. Whether Mom-to-Be is looking for the denim jegging in the newest washes or the skinny cargo, she will find them at A Pea in the Pod. Elongated jackets over the mini dress or jegging create a long, lean look for the mom-to-be. To complete the silhouette, there are tunic tops in broomstick plaids and convertible sleeve checks. The sweater tunic continues to be important in new stitches and stripes.

Embellishment is essential this season with special details like matte studs, distressed prints, and textured embroidery. Novelty tops paired with the newest cascade cardigans keep her trendy, yet comfortable. Reds and berries, along with the newest combination of olive and indigo, make the patterns of the season look fresh.

Fashion forward clients look to A Pea in the Pod Collection for the season's most current designer trends and labels. The strong shoulder makes a statement with padded details and embellishment as the focus. The splash of sequins on the flyaway bolero and the tunic tank add the necessary shine to the holiday season.

"We are excited to offer our client the ability to maintain her fashion identity throughout her pregnancy," said Emilia Fabricant, President of A Pea in the Pod. "We continue to bring her the designs and trends that allow her to express who she is, with her own sense of style."

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 Heidi Klum, Nicole Richie, Rebecca Romijn, Angie Harmon, Naomi Watts, Cate Blanchett, Salma Hayek, and more. A Pea in the Pod can be found in every Destination Maternity location.

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