Clouds, mystery, and austere beauty. That’s what grey means to us. A grey maternity dress can bring out a charm you didn’t realize was there. Trust us, this color is not as basic as you might think.
A grey maternity dress is ripe for accessorizing. It gives you a clean slate to show off your finest jewels and prints. Not only that, but you can change the tone of your look by shifting shades. Let's look at all the ways to wear this versatile and understated color!
What to Wear With a Grey Maternity Dress
This depends. What shade of grey are you wearing? As we mentioned before, the shade of grey you wear really changes the whole direction and mood of your outfit. A dark grey maternity dress is dramatic, alluring, and ideal for your evening and formal events. Meanwhile, light grey is charming and fun.
If you're rocking a dark grey maternity dress (like our charcoal shade), we suggest keeping the look muted by choosing other dark accessories. But, this doesn't mean they can't have a rich tone! Here are some ideas:
A dark brown leather purse or wallet
A tan or black belt
A brown sun hat
Black, tan, or brown shoes
If you're worried that you'll be consumed by shadow at this point, don't fear! A dark grey maternity evening dress is perfect for bright, shiny jewelry. Let your finest silver and gold pieces pop up your look.
So, what about light grey? This shade is far more casual. We even offer a cute light grey maternity dress for baby shower on our site!
You can accent a light grey maternity dress with just about any pastel shade. Spring colors are exceptionally flattering. Look for scarves, shoes, belts, jewelry, and blazers with these shades:
Did you know grey is gorgeous on camera? It's the perfect maternity photoshoot dress! If you're going to go with a basic color for your shoot, grey is a fantastic option because it reflects some light while outlining your silhouette.
Ask your photographer whether they recommend a light or dark grey maternity dress for your photoshoot setting. It may not matter, but depending on the light and background you'll be working with, the right shade could make a difference. Both options will create stunning images, we promise!