How to Buy Maternity Clothes You Won't Hate

By Izzy Grinspan and Diana Tsui

Figuring out

what to wear when you're pregnant

isn't easy -- not everyone has a bomber jacket sans shirt coupled with a body harness handy. The reality is that the majority of maternity clothes tend to be sad, shapeless sacks that cost far too much considering how wildly unflattering they are. And since your body is changing so quickly, it's hard to justify splurging on something you'll probably want to burn after 40 weeks.

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Before you give up and buy that muumuu, consider building a capsule maternity wardrobe full of inexpensive classics. The majority of these pieces are under $200 and can be mixed and matched for the next few months. Feel like yourself, even if you don't quite feel like yourself. Scroll ahead for our favorites.

Madewell maternity skinny jeans, $138,

Madewell

The first thing you'll need are new pants. You can get by with wearing your pre-pregnancy tops for quite some time. These Madewell jeans feature a stretchy waistband that goes under the belly like sweatpants but look exactly like the regular ones in your closet.

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J.Crew maternity Martie pant, $79.99,

J.Crew

Work pants are also key -- you'll be wearing these the most during the weekdays. Size up on them for a better fit.

New Look maternity pleated culottes, $33,

ASOS

Culottes could not be more perfect for maternitywear -- they're incredibly comfy without being sloppy. Since they're so voluminous, wait till you're really showing and then go for a tighter-fitting top to balance it out.

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Hatch off-the-shoulder printed crepe maxi dress, $300,

Net-a-Porter

This is by far the most expensive dress on the list, but Hatch makes it a point to design stylish clothes you can wear long after your pregnancy. This billowy caftan hits on the off-the-shoulder trend of the summer and can make flat sandals look dressed up.

Topshop maternity cold shoulder dress, $80,

Topshop

Buy at least one fun dress. Seriously. You'll be happier for it.

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Isabella Oliver Ivybridge maternity dress, $145,

Isabella Oliver

You can slip this stretchy jersey dress on with a blazer and be good to go. And because the style is so simple and uncontroversial, you'll be able to lend it to every pregnant friend for years to come.

Hatch The Anouk dress, $228,

Hatch

When the weather cools off, this is a great layering piece over a white shirt, slim turtleneck, or T-shirt.

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ASOS maternity midi lace dress, $51.59,

ASOS

Chances are you'll have to go to a formal event of some sort and still want to look put together. This floaty dress feels appropriate and it's not very expensive.

Hatch The Classic White shirt, $158,

Hatch

Splurge on a white shirt. You'll wear it with literally everything from your work clothes to your weekend jeans.

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Topshop stripe jet shirt, $68,

Topshop

But if you don't want to spend that much, Topshop has a nice blue one for half the price.

Gap ribbed mock neck tank, $34.95,

Gap

You'd think that wearing loose tops the whole pregnancy would be the way to go, but sometimes a simple, fitted tank makes you feel loads better than yet another empire-waist chiffon blouse.

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GapFit Breathe racerback tank, $29.95,

Gap

; GapFit gFast full panel leggings, $49.95,

Gap

Get some gym clothes, even if the closest you'll get to working out is walking to brunch on a Sunday.

ASOS maternity chunky knit sweater, $45.14,

ASOS

You're going to get bored of all these black basics. The rose-quartz color of this sweater is one way to spice things up without resorting to matronly prints.

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H&M Mama parka, $49.99,

H&M

You could just wear your pre-pregnancy coat unbuttoned and count on all that extra baggage you're carrying to keep you warm, but why compromise? You've already given up alcohol, Brie, and sleeping on your back -- do yourself a favor and don't give up on having a jacket that closes properly.

ASOS maternity trapeze coat, $145.11,

ASOS

Because sometimes you need to look office-appropriate outside of an actual office. Show up to a work lunch in this and you'll feel like you really have it together.

H&M striped nursing top, $24.99,

H&M

One cruel surprise of motherhood, at least if you plan to breast-feed: After you have the baby, you still can't wear half your clothing. Guarantee yourself an easy basic now and easy boob access later with this cleverly layered striped top.

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For Immediate Release-Each day, American's consume approximately 200 billion gallons of water. On top of that, each year more than 10 billion plastic water bottles end up as garbage in landfills. As the US population increases, the demands on our water resources continue to increase. This puts a strain on our environment but there is a way to make a difference and impact this growing trend.Purchasing water filters can lead to reduced plastic water bottle waste. Instead, filter your own water and place it in a reusable bottle. Your average water filter can replace approximately 3000 16oz plastic water bottles saving you and the environment. You are saving big money by filtering your own water and you are saving the environment by eliminating plastic water bottles from the landfill.Other ways to conserve water include keeping a pitcher of filtered drinking water in the refrigerator so you don't have to run the water faucet to get the water cool. Also, make sure all of our water faucets are turned off and are not leaking. A leaking faucet really adds up and can account for 4000 gallons of water waste per year. When you are doing laundry, run only full loads. This also holds true for dishwashers. This can save up to 800 gallons of water per month. Finally, consider water efficiency when you purchase a new laundry machine. Today's energy star appliances use 40 percent less water and can save you up to 6000 gallons per year.You can also conserve water in the bathroom. Replace the parts in your toilet to secure the tank from leaks. Avoid running the water while brushing your teeth, shaving or washing your face. Install water-saving shower heads and shorten your shower time.Conserving water outside is one of the biggest things you can do to impact the environment. Avoid excessive watering. Most yards require much less than you think to enjoy a thick, lush, green appearance. Most lawns require only 1 inch of water per week. You can measure the time it takes your sprinkler to collect 1 inch of water and then factor that into future waterings. Also, don't forget about the contribution to outdoor watering that Mother Nature brings. Install a water gauge to measure rain water and factor that into your watering schedule. Lay a layer of mulch around trees and flowerbeds to help hold moisture in the soil. Pull large weeds to decrease competition for water. Watering in the evenings or early mornings will ensure your water isn't evaporated before it can be used by your lawn, plants, flowers and trees.These simple tips will help you save money and protect the environment. Inside, purchase a water filter and filter your own tap water. Outside, be aware of your water use and optimize when you use it.
What Could I Use to Substitute Vegetable Oils When Baking a Cake?
What could I use to substitute vegetable oils when baking a cake?Yes you can use butter, I always use butter to bake. But just use a stick of butter (one stick = 1/2 a cup), you do not have to melt it down; I used melted butter once and my cake did not turn out that great— — — — — —How does the boiling point of vegetable oils compare to the boiling point of water?Boiling Point Of Olive Oil— — — — — —Vegetable oils as alternative energyVegetable oils are increasingly used as a substitute for fossil fuels. Vegetable oils are the basis of biodiesel, which can be used like conventional diesel. Some vegetable oil blends are used in unmodified vehicles, but straight vegetable oil needs specially prepared vehicles which have a method of heating the oil to reduce its viscosity and surface tension. Another alternative is vegetable oil refining. The availability of biodiesel around the world is increasing, although still tiny compared to conventional fossil fuel sources. There is significant research in algaculture methods to make biofuel from algae. Concerns have been expressed about growing crops for fuel use rather than food and the environmental impacts of large-scale agriculture and land clearing required to expand the production of vegetable oil for fuel use. These effects/impacts would need to be specifically researched and evaluated, economically and ecologically, and weighed in balance with the proposed benefits of vegetable oil fuel in relation to the use of other fuel sources.— — — — — —Can you lower the alcohol concentration of a drink using vegetable oils?Liquid-liquid extraction is a widely used method, but it's normally used the other way round: You add e.g. ether to a solution of your valueable substance X in water, separate the phases, and evaporate the ether to get pure X. Add some more ether to the aqueous phase, etc, two-three times. Now you can be quite sure that you have recovered all of your substance X, but also your aqueous phase will be saturated with ether. No problem if you would discard it anyway, not so good for drinking. :-/It's also bad if X, like ethanol, is well soluble in both phases. For hard liquor, the whole mixture is likely totally miscible, and for beer, you will need a lot of oil to get any significant effect. And then what do you do with the ethanolic oil afterwards?— — — — — —What causes different vegetable oils to have different smoke points?the amount of methyl silicone added, this reduces the smoke point types of oils: corn oil vegetable oil (soy bean) peanut oil olive oil canola oil these are all liquid solid product Crisco-mainly baking MFB Blue-Baking only MFB Red-Deep frying mainly— — — — — —The 8 Most Unhealthy Vegetable Oils To Eat & Why This MD Avoids ThemButter is not always high on the list of health foods, but is it healthier than most vegetable oils? According to family physician and New York Times bestselling author Cate Shanahan, M.D., the answer is a resounding yes. During a mindbodygreen podcast episode, Shanahan says, "I think vegetable oils are the No. 1 cause of health problems in this country." Now, before anyone starts throwing away their cooking oils, Shanahan is only referring to eight specific types of vegetable oils. These oils are deemed unhealthy by Shanahan for two reasons: They are highly refined, and they are high in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). Though polyunsaturated fats are actually healthier than saturated and trans fats, (and have been shown to reduce "bad" or LDL cholesterol), Shanahan says they are highly unstable. Meaning, when they are exposed to chemicals in the refining process, they are stripped of their antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Over time, PUFA becomes stored in the body fat, which may lead to inflammation. Seeds, nuts, beans, fruit, dairy, and animal fats are all naturally derived and healthy to eat. Those are all good, Shanahan says, so the question becomes: What kind of added fats are safe? "For all foods, we have to consider the nature of the fats," Shanahan says. Traditional added fats, like butter, are closer to whole foods than refined oils are. "You do not need high heat, you do not need complicated equipment, you do not need refining machinery," Shanahan says about butter. "You just let the cream rise to the top, skim it off, and then you start churning it around, and that's butter." The same can be said of olive oil, coconut oil, and avocado oil when they are cold-pressed and unrefined. Traditionally, these oils are squeezed straight from the fruit, or the seed of the fruit, and are not stripped of their antioxidants and minerals. Not all fats or cooking oils are unhealthy. In fact, in their natural and unrefined state, fats can be healthy. When possible, Shanahan recommends avoiding or limiting these eight oils: corn, canola, cottonseed, soy, safflower, sunflower, grapeseed, and rice bran oils, which may lead to inflammation over time.
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