What to Wear to a Baby Shower, According to Fashion Influencers

If you're struggling to come up with outfit ideas, start here.

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<p>If you have a friend or loved one who is pregnant right now, chances are you’ll be attending a baby shower soon. Luckily, unlike wedding dress codes that can be quite complicated or confusing, it’s much easier to decipher what to wear to a baby shower. We can even (almost) guarantee an event-appropriate outfit already exists in your wardrobe. (And if not, who doesn’t love an excuse to go shopping?)</p>
<p>One thing to keep in mind when sifting through your wardrobe for the perfect baby shower outfit is that, unless specified on the invitation, you can pretty much wear whatever makes you feel most comfortable, be it a dress or pantsuit. If you’re a stickler for guidelines, however, no worries; a quick Internet search of the venue will give you an idea of the event’s vibe (casual, formal, semi-casual, etc.), and you can always get a sense of the party’s theme by the invitation. Still unsure? Ask the hostess for more details when you RSVP.</p>
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<p>Once you have a grasp on the type of party you’ll be attending, you can assess the contents of your closet and start piecing together options. However, if you’ve never been to a baby shower before — or have been to so many lately, you’re fresh out of outfit ideas — you’ve come to the right place. Below, four stylists share six of their best baby shower guest looks, from one-and-done jumpsuits to era-inspired ensembles.</p>
<h2>Be Done In One With a Jumpsuit</h2>
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