Hi Soon-to-be Mums!

Baby bumps are absolutely precious. Many persons are of the notion that they are not stylish. On the other hand, stylish contemporary women have come to dispute that fact, especially in Africa. Our designers are doing great when it comes to making the African print dresses. The most thrilling of them all is the African Kitinge dress.

I’m proud of Africa and I can authoritatively say that African maternity dresses are the most comfortable wears you can ever dream of having. This is because a lot of them avail you some space.

Kitinge maternity dresses are trendy, chic and fab. You can reinvent your wardrobe for pregnancy the most stylish way possible with these pieces. It’s not difficult with all the great maternity-fashion options out there. All you have to do is wear them with confidence. These are the Kitinge maternity dresses you should own this time;

Think of getting stylish with this baby doll inspired Kitinge dress this time. Step up with stiletto pumps.

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Look chic in this trendy Kitinge swing dress which comfortably styles your baby bump. Pair with comfy stiletto heels.


Swing dress

A Kitinge tunic dress like is ideal for the early stage of pregnancy. Be comfy in it by rocking it with flat sandals.

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Tunic dress

This unequal inspired high-low chiffon and Kitinge dress should be added to your wardrobe this time. Pair it with stiletto heels when you are ready to showcase it.

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High-low dress

Nothing is as comfortable as a maxi dress during pregnancy. Style with any shoe of your choice.

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Maxi dress

Be classy and chic in a Kitinge wrap dress, especially at the early stage of pregnancy. Pair with matching bag and shoes.

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Wrap dress

Kitinge maternity dresses suit virtually every occasion. Own them now!

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