Ashley Graham has redefined maternity wear again as she appeared on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday night. Ashley wore a curve-hugging Fornarina dress from House of CB, a line that is known for its sexy and feminine dresses. Ashley is in her last trimester and she hasn’t worn traditional maternity clothes at all. Instead, Ashley has worn sexy clothing her entire pregnancy and many of her fans were shocked. Now some are saying that Ashley should design a line of sexy maternity wear so that women don’t need to feel that they sacrifice sexy for comfort.
Ashley has redefined fashion rules and even wears bold, vivid colors and large prints. For many years, the train of thought has been that pregnant women should wear solid black or something with pinstripes to help elongate the figure. Ashley stunned in the dress that has thin straps, and a beautiful, bold floral print.
Ashley wore her hair long and straight and parted down the middle. Her hair has grown long since her pregnancy and she looked healthy and had the characteristic pregnancy glow.
Though her makeup looked natural, she wore a bold, red lip and a heavy sweep of mascara.
You may see a video featuring Ashley Graham looking gorgeous in her House of CB dress in the video player below.
You can see that Ashley is having a wonderful time in life. Not only is she pregnant and expecting to deliver her baby boy in January, she recently covered Vogue. It was her first time covering the magazine solo.
Speaking about being pregnant, Ashley stated the following.
“It’s like a little sci-fi film every day. There’s like a little alien taking over my stomach, and I swear he’s on a treadmill. And like, one day, he’s just gonna be running out of me. At least that’s what I’m hoping.”
What do you think of Ashley Graham’s pregnancy style? Do you like how she has challenged the rules regarding pregnancy and not only wears what she wants and likes but still looks glamorous and gorgeous doing so?
Do you agree with those who think that Ashley Graham should start a maternity clothing line?