Lisa Haydon rocks the chicest maternity swimsuit – Eagles Vine

When you are blessed with an envious figure like Lisa Haydon, you would obviously want to flaunt it and set beach body goals. Lisa is not new to flaunting her baby bump in stylish maternity swimsuits. She recently set the temperatures soaring with her new pictures which were clicked by her husband Dino Lalvani. For her latest beach outing, Lisa flaunted her baby bump in a rust orange bandeau top teamed with a bikini bottom. She completed the look with a stylish bucket hat. A rocky beach in the backdrop, Lisa sat and posed looking at her baby bump. She captioned it, ” Beach bod 2021″. In another picture, Lisa showed off her posing skills while placing her right hand on top of her bucket hat.

Not just maternity swimsuits, she has also been posting her other maternity outfits which are equally voguish. Wearing a body-hugging jumpsuit with a trench coat, Lisa called it a bumpsuit and we can’t think of a better name to this stylish jumpsuit rocked by the mother-to-be. In another mirror-selfie that she posted on social media, she wore this pin-striped dress in yellow which looked summery and perfect for sultry weather. Maternity fashion has evolved with time and it is no longer about oversized or frumpy dresses, body-hugging and figure-enhancing outfits are the new entrant in maternity wear and Lisa happens to be the flagbearer.

The model-turned-actor certainly gives all the expecting moms a lesson or two in maternity fashion. Lisa is expecting her third child with businessman husband Dino Lalvani. Taking to social media, she also revealed the gender of her child and shared a picture of her baby bump in a bandeau top and denims and wrote, “With my very little woman.”

What do you guys think of Lisa’s sultry maternity fashion choices? Comment in the section below.

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