3 Dudley Stephens Pieces I’m Loving

Dudley Stephens Maternity

As you have probably figured out by now, the Dudley Stephens Park Slope turtleneck is my all-time favorite piece of clothing. Like, ever. But it’s a bit short for my growing belly so they asked me to share some of my favorite DS products that are perfect for maternity wear.

From the photos, you can tell that I’m still in the stage where I can hide my bump if I want to with certain angles and outfits, but it also has popped quite a bit in the last few weeks! It’s growing a lot faster than the last time around and I’m excited to have these clothes that I love to get me through to April.

If you’re new around here or new to the brand, Dudley Stephens is a fleece clothing company started by two sisters, both my girlfriends. Their fleece is made from recycled plastic bottles and their fleeces are the most comfortable thing in the universe. It’s just a fact.

Parsonage Poncho

Dudley Stephens Poncho

Wearing this poncho is like wearing a fleece blanket with a warm neck. I imagine it will get quite a bit of use when the temps drove this winter. It is also nice when working from home if you are sitting for a long time and get chilly. Throw it on over whatever you’re wearing and you can work inside a cozy cloud.

It also comes in black, navy, and steel grey. I’ll be adding this to my gift guide for moms and mother-in-laws!

Dudley Stephens Poncho (gifted) / Leggings / Boots / Ruffle Plaid Shirt / Headband

Doubling Road Dress

Dudley Stephens Dress

I was on the fence about this one but once I put it on I was sold sold sold. Oh my gosh, it’s so comfy and as someone who is not into pants these days, I love that I can wear it and be warm and pantless! I also love that the neck rolls down more than their other turtlenecks so it doesn’t hit my chin.┬á Plus, it has pockets. I sized up to a Medium on this one so it’s not too fitted as I grow but also looks good for next year.

If I weren’t pregnant and it wasn’t too tight on my belly, I would belt this too! Stay tuned for that next winter…

Dudley Stephens Dress (gifted) / Similar Boots / Hat (gifted) / Necklace

Cobble Hill Turtleneck

Dudley Stephens Cobble Hill Turtleneck

I have always loved a classic Cobble Hill but for pregnancy, I size up to a medium. I prefer the terry fleece fabric on this one because it’s a little thinner and more breathable.

Most days, I wear my Cobble Hills with leggings and boots for an easy but chic look that feels like loungewear and looks pulled together. Here I’m sharing how I wear it with jeans and sneakers on the weekends!

There you have it! While Dudley Stephens maternity products (specifically made for maternity, that is) don’t exist, these three amazing options do the trick. I wore my Cobble Hill throughout my pregnancy with Amalia and I know I will live in all three of these this time around too.

Dudley Stephens Turtleneck / Jeans / Sneakers / Striped Tee

Thank you to Dudley Stephens for sponsoring this post. All opinions, as always, are 100% my own.

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  1. Katherin said:

    I am due in May and have the cobble hill… I think I will get through the winter with it fitting and bonus it will still be wearable after pregnancy which is huge bonus over maternity specific clothing.

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  2. Libby said:

    The DS dress just looks like an incredible cozy blanket in dress form, and I really need it in my life ahah. Loving all these looks, Julia! Stay cozy and chic ­čÖé

    11.11.20 · Reply
  3. Elizabeth DiVito said:

    I had no idea Dudley Stephens had a dress option. Love the look of it! Thanks for sharing!

    11.11.20 · Reply