When pregnant with twin boy and twin girl I had the fashion sense of a gnat, for far too long I tried to squeeze into my own clothes which made everything look like two pigs fighting under a blanket. With BB I managed to have a bit more style, mainly because I dressed my bump by buying some decent vital items that could be wore at different times.
It was at this time that I discovered Seraphine, a beautiful site with some really classic items for the pregnant and breast-feeding mother, and some rather fab bags as well. Therefore I was delighted when I was contacted by them to share exciting news about their new celebrity endorser, so without further ado I will hand you over to the lovely folk at Seraphine….
Recently TV & Movie star Alyson Hannigan affirmed her position as a Seraphine fan having worn Seraphine’s signature styles both on and off-screen.
In the latest episode of the hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother Alyson was seen on screen as her alter ego Lily Aldrin wearing Seraphine’s pink knot front maternity dress. The chic fit and flare dress looked stunning on screen in a fabulous hot pink shade.
Alyson confirmed her status as a fan of the chic maternity brand having been spotted on several occasion sporting Seraphine’s styles. Alyson was most recently seen wearing Seraphine’s printed maxi dress whilst enjoying a day out with her family.
Alyson looked stunning in the bohemian printed dress paired with a denim jacket and a striking scarf. The star even tweeted her love of the chic style saying “thank YOU for making it so comfy!!!” about the maxi dress.
This year Seraphine celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, Séraphine offers unrivalled wardrobe solutions for pregnant women, available in their London boutiques and online through their international websites. Created by Cecile Renaud, Séraphine’s collections exude effortless Parisian chic, earning the brand an A-list following including Angelina Jolie, January Jones, Claudia Schiffer, Jessica Alba and Kate Hudson.
This is a sponsored post that I was delighted to run.