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Kelly Rowland’s Maternity Style Is Absolutely Everything

Style is forever after all.

Kelly Rowland

One thing about Kelly Rowland—sis is gone put together an outfit and make it a whole moment and in a recent interview with Vogue, the soon-to-be mother-of-two broke down the method behind her iconic style.

According to Kelly, although she's not big on following trends, she's known to keep a good statement piece on deck:

"I'm not as big on trends as I was when I was younger. I love classic pieces and understanding the value of having things in your closet that work for you long term."

In the interview, the singer, who recently announced her second pregnancy in Women's Health, opened up about her latest capsule collection with JustFab and shared her mission of helping every woman slay her work-from-home style one outfit at a time:

"I still wanted to feel cute [but] sometimes going to the grocery store was the only outing that I was having. I put all my clothes into sets, which is why we have a bunch of cozy sets within the collection. I added sweaters because sometimes you don't want to wear a t-shirt or you need something to layer while you're in the house."
"[Women] are already thinking about everything else going on the world, within their households, and how they're going to balance this, that, and everything else. We wanted to take the worry out of it for her."

Although this isn't Kelly's first time around the maternity wardrobe block, she explained that her style is much different this time around.

"I have, for some strange reason, wanted to be sexy this pregnancy. I find that I'm wearing everything quite fitted. I have a vintage Bob Marley tees collection, and I paired one with my little ankle boots the other day. My assistant looks at me and says 'Where are you going—you look like you're headed to Coachella?' I want to see the body, embrace all of the curves and splendor."

Much of her maternity style, Kelly says, is inspired by her good sis Queen Bey, who never holds back when it comes to slaying TF out of a pregnancy.

"B rocked her pregnancies so beautifully. I've been inspired by my girlfriends. I remember we went out for Mexican food one night while [Beyoncé] was pregnant and she was all dressed up. I thought 'I'm going to do that next time because it looks like more fun.' You're already going through a lot, and your body is changing, so you want to have a good time while you're doing it."

With or without a belly, Kelly Rowland's iconic eye for fashion never disappoints.

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