“We are delighted to continue our partnership with Something Navy, as we have worked closely to bring our new collaboration of feminine floral dresses and trendy jumpsuits to life,” said Marla ryan, Executive Vice President, A Pea in the Pod. “For spring, we wanted to offer fashion styles that feel fresh, pretty, and versatile for all occasions, as expectant moms start to join family and friends to celebrate Mother’s Day, throw baby shower and other special events. to flatter a beautiful bump, the cut is perfectly forgiving for postpartum moms too. ”
The collection includes the introduction of a linen jumpsuit and three beautiful woven dresses made in Italy through Pietro brunelli, exclusively designed in partnership with Something Navy and A Pea in the Pod. Additionally, two new Luxe Knit styles, a midi dress and jumpsuit, in the signature Something Navy floral print, which is a welcome extension of the team’s first collaboration launched in March.
- The Giada jumpsuit – Calling all fans of jumpsuits and linen: the button-front jumpsuit, biscuit color Pietro brunelli was made in Italy and is a staple for the spring and summer season.
- The Tessa Maxi Dress – One of the prettiest dresses of the season, with puffed sleeves and a romantic, relaxed maxi skirt, she paints a pretty picture with a flowy, indulgent fit.
- The Susanna Maternity Dress – The Susanna dress was simply designed for picking bouquets. If it’s not on the agenda, wear it anyway. Featuring puffed sleeves and a flattering off-the-shoulder smocked neckline in the soft signature Ditsy print.
- The Melody Maternity Dress – The Melody Dress by Pietro brunelli, is made from a classic and comfortable stretch poplin. In a tiered babydoll silhouette, this cool white dress will be a pop-on-anytime style for summer.
- The Luxe Midi Navy Ditsy Dress – The bodycon midi dress, fits all the right places and can be worn up or down and worn anywhere.
- Luxe Navy Ditsy Jumpsuit – The knit jumpsuit, with cloud-like fabric in an effortless and trendy basic style, will fit and flatten from 1st trimester to well beyond pregnancy.
“When we designed this capsule collection, it was extremely important to me to celebrate expectant mothers and come up with styles that are beautiful but easy to wear. Being a mom is my greatest pride and I am especially grateful for this Mother’s Day with my third baby girl. on the way, ”said Arielle Charnas, Founder and Creative Director of Something Navy. “I am so excited to partner with A Pea in the Pod and I hope this collection will bring comfort and confidence to other moms and future moms on their special trip!”
In addition to the collection launch, Something Navy and A Pea in the Pod is running the Celebrate Moms competition, rated at $ 1,400, where one lucky mom will win each new style in the collection, plus a $ 200 A Pea in the Pod gift card and a $ 200 Something Navy gift card. Register now for a chance to win until May 21, here.
To shop the collection, visit A pea in the pod and Something marine.
About a pea in the pod
A Pea in the Pod is one of the leading online maternity fashion retailers. Since 1982, A Pea in the Pod® and its sister brand, Motherhood Maternity® has specialized as preeminent brands of maternity and nursing clothing and accessories, as a trusted resource for generations of women at the time. crucial in their life when they enter the maternity ward. . Together, the two brands honor and offer a 10% discount on merchandise to teachers, health care providers and active duty military personnel, veterans and family members. To learn more, visit A Pea in the Pod or follow A Pea in the Pod on Facebook and Instagram.
About Something Navy
Founded by Arielle Charnas in 2009, Something Navy grew from a style blog to a leading fashion, lifestyle and media brand. In 2020, Something Navy launched as an independent fashion line and opened its first flagship store in New York City. The Something Navy collection is designed for the everyday icon, with raised wardrobe basics and not-so-basic essentials you’ll wear over and over again. To learn more, visit SomethingNavy.com, and follow Arielle and Something marine on Instagram.
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