Gwen Stefani: As Gorgeous as EverBy: Heather Vecchioni - February 4, 2014
It’s pretty safe to say that Gwen Stefani couldn’t look bad if she tried.
The style icon and inspiration for just about any girl from the 1990s until today has shown that even moms and those who are pregnant can still look hot.
Mother to boys Kingston and Zuma, the singer/songwriter/actress/fashion designer recently announced she’s preggers with a third boy. She and rocker Gavin Rossdale are expecting their new arrival in about a month or so.
Lame maternity clothes are definitely not an option for the L.A.M.B. designer; instead of frumpty dumpty shirts and mom jeans, this hottie rocks leather pants and stilettos, all the while flaunting her gorg baby bump. Basically, she looks amazing at eight months pregnant in clothes that normal chicks have a hard time pulling off when not carrying a child.
Take a look for yourself at this Twitter pic the singer posted recently:
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Stefani and her band No Doubt burst onto the music scene in 1995 with the release of the song “I’m Just a Girl.” Gals everywhere immediately wanted to copy Stefani’s style: skin-tight mid-drifts paired with baggy, skater-inspired pants and boots.
Her platinum locks and red lip became her signature look, and she continued to inspire fashion junkies everywhere with her edgy looks.
As Stefani’s career rose, so did her popularity among fans and music stars, alike. Stefani collaborated on a variety of different songs with some of the most popular artists, including Moby, Eve and André 3000.
She eventually began a solo career that was just as successful, if not more, than when she was with No Doubt. Stefani showed her love for Asian style and design on her Harajuku Lovers tour in 2005. In addition to her L.A.M.B. line, she created Harajuku Lovers, which features less-expensive clothing and items such as undergarments, cameras and mobile phone charms.
There’s no doubt Stefani will continue to impress with her looks, and inspire women of all ages and sizes.
Image via Twitter