Celeb style up to 40% off at Isabella Oliver
Initially launched in London in 2003 and finally in the US in 2005, Isabella Oliver designer maternity wear provides chic maternity clothing for pregnant women who won’t compromise their sense of style. Isabella Oliver delivers what looks fabulous, feels good and makes glamour easy for pregnant women who love clothes. Isabella Oliver is available exclusively by calling 1.866.614.9387 or on their website www.IsabellaOliver.com.
Click below for a peek at which Isabella Oliver items celebrity moms and moms-to-be have been sporting, with links to pick them up yourself for up to 40% off!
Julianna Margulies has been wearing her Isabella Oliver funnel neck jacket in oyster ($231) this fall and winter while awaiting the birth of her mid-January baby. She’s been spotted out with it twice already!
Gabrielle Reese sports Isabella Oliver ruched tank in caviar black ($52) and Isabella Oliver smooth line trousers in caviar black ($88) for her workout wear while outlining her routine in Pregnancy magazine. She’s due with a delivery surprise on January 2nd.
While pregnant with son Taylor Thomas, Elisabeth Hasselbeck wore Isabella Oliver’s wrap around top in plum ($99) for an appearance in Pregnancy magazine.
While expecting her twin sons Jax Joseph and Jaid Thomas, Garcelle Beauvais Nilon wore Isabella Oliver’s satin bow dress ($140) to the Gone Baby Gone premiere.
Over the summer, Kim Raver sported the ruched tank dress in black ($132). Son Leo Kipling arrived in October.
While expecting daughter Ashby Grace, Access Hollywood‘s Nancy O’Dell wore their cap wrap around top in sea ($90).
She also sported the Isabella Oliver wrap dress in crimson ($124) on-air.
Before Eden and Savannah made their February debut, Marcia Cross was snapped in Isabella Oliver’s plum ruffle wrap dress ($149) at the Modern Mom Mingle.
Isabella Oliver is the brainchild of founders Vanessa Knox-Brien and Baukjen de Swaan Arons and is named for their first two children, Isabella and Oliver. They started the business in 2003 for pregnant women who love clothes. Since then — with five pregnancies betweenthem — Vanessa and Baukjen only sell clothes they have "designed,created, worn and fallen in love with themselves."