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On her 55th birthday, here are 17 times Julia Roberts aced mannish blazers, waistcoats, strapless gowns and everything in between. Sophia Elizabeth is the brain behind the vintage business Spaghetti Archives, who recently held a pop-up sale at the not-so-secret Parisian shop Lahssan showcasing a handful of rare Alaïa pieces. The dealer’s trove—beyond Alaïa—is akin to a candy store: a purple silk Guy Laroche blouse hailing from the ’80s, a Nicholas Ghesquière-era Balenciaga colorblocked dress, a clear raincoat from early ’00s Prada, and Givenchy optic white fur set from the late ’90s. Elizabeth is also over seven months pregnant, so she’s learning how to approach maternity style in modern Parisian fashion.
“French women used to approach pregnancy dressing in a very classic way. Large dresses, large pregnancy clothes. Hiding it felt like what was supposed to be done,” she says. “It was not chic to show your baby bump.” But over the past few years, Elizabeth has noticed a shift in how women are dressing and styling their bumps. “I would say it’s been two years that the dressing became more modern and sexy,” she says. “One of the first Parisian girls who showed the way was Jeanne Damas. Being pregnant is not about changing your style; it’s about adapting it to your new curves.” Elizabeth herself isn’t shy about showing off her growing bump, opting for anything from Jean Paul Gaultier mesh shirts to a simple Petit Bateau top that shows off her tummy, or a belly chain to adorn the stomach. In some cases, she simply unbuttons her pants to make them fit. “There is a pair of jeans that I have been wearing the entire pregnancy,” she says. “Every step of the way, I lose one button.”Photo: Courtesy of Sebnem Demirel
Elizabeth’s current favorite labels include The Row (“for the right volumes and the fabrics), as well as Parisian based brands like Marcia (“sexy and sensual”). She doesn’t skimp on vintage either, adding pieces from Jean Paul Gaultier, Tom Ford-era Gucci, and Chanel into her repertoire. But she also sticks to the basics, preferring to add to her pre-pregnancy wardrobe rather than replace it entirely. “We need pieces that will accompany us over time. Do not rush into the idea of buying a full new pregnancy wardrobe,” she says. “The body changes during nine months and you go through at least two weather seasons; just play with what you have already and add some pieces here and there.”
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