Meghan Markle Loves Hatch Maternity, So You're Going to Want Their Entire Summer Collection at Target

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If Meghan Markle wears something, we’re buying it. We can’t get enough of her royal-approved wardrobe picks — from her flattering and trendy Mother jeans to the eco-friendly Rothy’s flats she wears on repeat. And her maternity style? Equally impressive. One of her favorite brands to wear while pregnant with baby Archie, Hatch, recently debuted a collection for Target earlier this year, and a bunch of pieces sold out immediately. The brand’s summer collection just rolled out, so you’ll want to hop on these easy-breezy pieces—which are all $40 or under. This is not a drill!

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The Nines by Hatch line basically broke the internet when it first dropped, so we expect this summer line to do the same. The collection includes ultra-affordable pieces that come in sizes 0-18. Best of all, the line is made for pregnancy and postpartum, so you don’t have to worry about building an entirely new wardrobe when you’re busy being a new mom.

From floral-chiffon maxi dresses that are roomy, yet flattering, to actually cool overalls, this bump-friendly line is anything but frumpy. If you do the math, a maxi dress from Hatch’s site can easily run $328, so you’re basically getting the same thing for around $300 less. So, if you’re a mama-to-be or a new mom, these new solution-oriented pieces are about to become the greatest thing you’ve ever discovered (and your wallet will be very thankful, too).

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As if Markle’s stamp of approval weren’t enough to convince you that you need to buy out Target’s inventory of this gorgeous collection, the cult-favorite maternity brand is also loved by other celebs like Jessica Alba, Kate Hudson, and Kerry Washington. And if previous made-for-Target collaborations are any indication (remember that Lilly Pulitzer x Target madness a few years ago?), this second Hatch-for-Target capsule is going to fly out the door.

Ahead, check out some of the best picks from their new summer line, along with must-have pieces from the first capsule that you can still get your hands on.

Lightweight Jumpsuit

With this effortless jumpsuit in your closet, you just might never want to wear another piece of clothing again. It’s nursing-friendly thanks to the buttons and it’s ultra lightweight so you’ll stay cool—it is a bit sheer so it’s great for wearing around the house.

Darling Eyelet

Nothing quite says summer like some eyelet, so this easy-breezy dress is a must for any mama-to-be right now. Plus, the yellow is guaranteed to brighten your day.

Floral Dress

Put some pep in your step with this springy dress, which features an elastic detail in the back so you can wear it during and after pregnancy.

Elevated Top

This off-the-shoulder top is unlike any other ho-hum maternity top we’ve seen. Okay, mama, we see you!

Everyday Dress

No pregnancy is complete without some easy, breezy maxi dresses. And at just $28, you need this T-shirt like version in green and black.

Chic Overalls

Step aside, boring overalls. These pretty pink versions are also smart—the drop waist accommodates a growing belly so you’re comfy at every stage of your pregnancy.

Something More Breathable

If you don’t like feeling constrained by a maxi, this knee-length dress is just what you need. The swingy shape is super comfy but makes you feel polished at the same time. The 3/4 sleeves make it perfect for transitioning between seasons, so you’ll get plenty of use out of it.

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