Alyssa Milano's Easy Bump Style
At the Hollywood premiere of The Hangover Part II on May 19, Alyssa Milano strikes a pretty pose in a dotted black and white dress. The actress, who is expecting a boy early this fall, is taking heed to all parenting advice she receives. "Everyone keeps telling me how fast it goes by and to spend as much time with them as possible," she tells E! News.
While showing off her favorite "belly-friendly" pose, the actress looks downright zen in a comfy, spaghetti-strapped dress and black sandals at the Creative Coalition and WWE's "be a STAR" event on April 29 in Washington, D.C.
Milano, here in an embellished pale gray frock at a private dinner honoring The Creative Coalition on April 28, may have great maternity style, but her pregnancy cravings are more on the boring side. "Broccoli and pizza, which isn't that different from my normal diet," the actress revealed. "My doctor just told me she once had a patient that drank pickle juice – I don’t have that!”
TO TIE-DYE FOR
Who says boho chic isn't for moms-to-be? The expectant actress proves otherwise in Nuka Maternity's tie-dye maxi dress at the Children’s Defense Fund Evening of Cocktails and Shopping Benefit hosted by Coach in Santa Monica, Calif. on April 20.
Looks like she's found a winner! While running errands in Studio City, Calif. on April 18, Milano rocks a tunic from her fave maternity line, Nuka, with cargo pants, a crocheted cardigan, and cream flats.
Milano mostly favors darker colors for her maternity wardrobe, but while shopping in Studio City on April 1, she opts for a bright colorblock maxi
dress to offset her glowing skin.
The hip mom-to-be – check out that cool ankle ink! – stylishly makes her way to yoga in a fitted gray sweatshirt, cropped exercise pants and braided flip-flops on March 29 in Woodland Hills, Calif.
SHORT & SWEET
Even though Milano confessed a desire for looser maternity styles, the actress impresses in a belted tweed mini at the Feb. 23 premiere of Hall Pass. "I'm not as body conscious or concerned with the way I look. It's more about what's going to be comfortable versus what looks flattering. It's a whole different world that I'm enjoying a lot," she tells PEOPLE.