Take inspiration from Carrie Johnson and rent your maternity wardrobe from just £15

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If it isn’t Carrie Bradshaw from SATC giving us all the style inspo we need, it’s newly wed Carrie Johnson who married her other half, Prime-minister Boris Johnson, earlier this summer.

Carrie sent the nation into a frenzy when she sported a gorgeous Christos Costarellos gown for her big day, which normally costs £2830 but was instead loaned for just £45 a day from My Wardrobe HQ. She has since gone on to loan more frocks for various social events, including an Alice Early dress at the G7 summit.

It’s safe to say the blonde bombshell has secured herself a style icon status and proven to be a sustainability advocate. Go Carrie!

Rental fashion has seen a massive surge during the pandemic with the nation taking a more positive approach to sustainability, and with Carrie being at the forefront, we can't wait to see what she's going to wear during her second pregnancy – especially with the creation of maternity rental sites.

For The Creators is one said site, and has curated a range of high end fashion to see women through pregnancy and postnatal.

There are plenty of options to choose from including everyday wear and occasion wear. Here are some of our favourite pieces…

Here are some of our favourite pieces…

Baggy smock dress? Perfect for a growing bump! You’ll look super stylish while keeping that comfort factor – we love it!

Dress, £30 for 7 days here.

Jeans are one of those items expectant mothers find difficult to get right, so hiring a fresh pair of mom jeans is definitely something to add to your to do list.

Jeans, £18 for 7 days here.

How adorable is this jumpsuit? We’re completely obsessed and it looks super flattering.

Jumpsuit, £25 for 7 days here.

Wonder if Carrie Johnson will be looking for her next piece to hire! Genius

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