by Missy Jaramillo
When you're a celebrity, you're expected to look flawless during every moment of the day, but especially when you're on the red carpet. Jennifer Love Hewitt knows plenty about this, and she's knowledgeable on how to put on a show when she's in front of the cameras! Recently, Hewitt walked down the blue carpet at the Pampers Love, Sleep & Play campaign in New York City, according to E! News. She wore a long black dress that accentuated all of her curves and baby bump. Hewitt looked far along in the pregnancy calendar as she posed for photographers.
The actress is engaged to Brian Hallisay, and the couple announced the pregnancy earlier this summer. They also went on to say that they have plans to tie the knot, but some have to assume that it will be after the baby is born.
"This is a wonderful time and we are looking forward to starting a family together," Hewitt and Hallisay said in their public announcement.
In addition to showing off her baby bump, Hewitt flaunted a new hairstyle - dark brunette shoulder-length hair and short bangs. Perhaps the mom-to-be wanted to give herself a little confidence boost as she heads toward the end of her pregnancy.
There are a number of problems you can run into as soon as your baby bump starts to show. For instance, your jeans may no longer fit and your favorite top might not cover up your bump - so what can you do? The easiest answer is to buy maternity clothing, but many women don't feel sexy in these items. There are a few ways you can feel better about your body in clothing while you're pregnant.
One of the easiest tricks you can use to make your figure look flattering is to wear A-line shirts and peasant tops. This allows the fabric to flow freely and comfortably over your baby bump while helping you look beautiful. Another way you can spruce up your image is to accessorize with scarves and jewelry. Finally, don't forget to layer! Cardigans and sweaters are a pregnant woman's best friend during the nine months.
How have you covered up your baby bump while pregnant in the past? Do you know which types of clothing are most flattering for your body? Leave your feedback in the comments section!