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Watch 100 Years Of Maternity Trends In Less Than Three Minutes

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Take a journey through more than 100 years of maternity styles in less than three minutes.

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By the 1950s, pants became a popular look for pregnant women.

In 1952, Lucille Ball's real-life pregnancy was written into the series I Love Lucy. At the time, CBS deemed the word "pregnant" to be vulgar, so the word was replaced with "expectant."


Loosely structured A-line and shift dresses were a sign of the times, which doubled nicely as maternity wear.


In the 1968 film Rosemary's Baby, star Mia Farrow wore a lot of baby-doll and A-line dresses.