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Spring 2011 collection from 'A Pea in the Pod'
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Oct '10
A Pea in the Pod this season is all about romantic, ethereal designs specially crafted for the expectant woman's changing shape. Embracing the boudoir, the Spring 2011 collection offers washed silk tops and dreamy knits in cosmetic pink, dusty lilac, heather oatmeal and grey. Delicate dresses are new draped in silk, with ruffled tiers and corsage necklines. Lingerie-inspired details include chiffon and lace trims, rosettes, and embroidery.

At the other end of the spectrum, this season also sees the emergence of the Urban Rocker. This edgy mom-to-be is feminine with a hard edge mixing the skinny cargo and distressed roll-cuff boyfriend jean with graphic python, zebra, and splatter prints. This fashion story emphasizes neutrals, denim, fundamental black and white, and pops of citrine.

"There's no reason why the discerning woman needs to abandon her personal style while she's expecting," said Lisa Hendrickson, Chief Merchandising Officer of A Pea in the Pod. "We believe in offering maternity styles fresh from the runways that let her maintain her fashion sense."

A Pea in the Pod offers exceptional contemporary fashion for the mom-to-be who wants the very best when it comes to style. Beautiful attention to detail, perfect fit and luxurious fabrications are hallmarks of the brand's private label collections and exclusive designer labels. A favorite among Hollywood's expectant celebrities, A Pea in the Pod has dressed Heidi Klum, Naomi Watts, Jessica Alba, Salma Hayek, Christina Applegate, Nicole Richie, Amy Adams, Catherine Bell and more.

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