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Inside The Project star Carrie Bickmore’s $25,000 maternity wardrobe

Carrie Bickmore has not disappointed when it comes to dressing her burgeoning baby bump throughout her third pregnancy.

Since sharing her happy news in June, the 37-year-old star has showcased a stylish maternity wardrobe worth a staggering $25,000 in her various TV appearances.

Instagram account What Carrie Bickmore Wore has been documenting each designer moment from the presenter, while revealing how fans can steal her style.

 

From tailored jackets to custom dresses: Inside The Project star Carrie Bickmore’s $25,000 maternity wardrobe. Pictured Carrie wearing a Bec and Bridge’s $220 Elle off the shoulder dress in September

One of Carrie’s most expensive looks was on The Project in August.

The beauty dressed her bump up in Australian designer Dion Lee’s Filter Jacket, which retailed at $1,490 at the time. 

Another pricey look was on August 29, when Carrie slipped into Camilla & Marc’s Dimmer Blazer, which comes with a price tag of $699 from the Aussie label.

Expensive! One of Carrie's most expensive looks was on The Project in August. She wore Dion Lee's $1,490 Filter Jacket

Expensive! One of Carrie’s most expensive looks was on The Project in August. She wore Dion Lee’s $1,490 Filter Jacket

Worth every cent? Another pricey look was on August 29 when Carrie slipped into Camilla & Marc's Dimmer Blazer, which comes with a price tag of $699

Worth every cent? Another pricey look was on August 29 when Carrie slipped into Camilla & Marc’s Dimmer Blazer, which comes with a price tag of $699

During The Project on October 08, Carrie proved money really is no object while modelling another expensive designer dress.

The crepe knit ruffle dress she donned for the hour long show from designer Scanlan Theodore comes with a price tag of $600.      

It hasn’t all been expensive outfits though, with Carrie often championing high street brands and budget online retailers.

It costs to look good! This knit ruffle dress Carrie donned for The Project on October 06 from designer Scanlan Theodore costs $600, Instagram page What Carrie Bickmore Wore claims

It costs to look good! This knit ruffle dress Carrie donned for The Project on October 06 from designer Scanlan Theodore costs $600, Instagram page What Carrie Bickmore Wore claims

While on The Project on August 15, the star slipped into a bold red midi pencil dress with mesh and frill details from British web retailer ASOS. 

And although Carrie may have looked a million dollars, the piece was actually available in the store’s sale for just $36 when she wore it. 

Another budget Boohoo moment came while appearing on The Project on August 16, while wearing the brand’s $50 maternity ruffle sleeve wrap dress.

Affordable! While on The Project on August 15, the star slipped into this bold red midi pencil dress with mesh and frill details from budget British web retailer ASOS

Affordable! While on The Project on August 15, the star slipped into this bold red midi pencil dress with mesh and frill details from budget British web retailer ASOS

Keeping it real! Another budget Boohoo moment came while appearing on The Project on August 16, while wearing the brand's $50 maternity ruffle sleeve wrap dress

Keeping it real! Another budget Boohoo moment came while appearing on The Project on August 16, while wearing the brand’s $50 maternity ruffle sleeve wrap dress

Although Carrie may be the clothes horse rocking these stylish looks, it seems the majority of them are put together by The Projects head stylist Nat Crighton.

Gushing over her work in August, Carrie wrote online: ‘Thanks Natty for always finding me something fun but stretchy to wear behind the desk during my pregnancies. I know it’s hard to get me out of my activewear!!’

Nat also helped style Carrie for her third baby bump’s first big public outing at the Logies in July, where the star wore a custom couture dress from Paolo Sebastian.

Going all out! For the Logies in July, Carrie wore a custom couture dress from Paolo Sebastian and turned to jewelry designer Cassandra Mamone, shoe designer Edward Meller and CORE basics for a handmade leather clutch bag

Going all out! For the Logies in July, Carrie wore a custom couture dress from Paolo Sebastian and turned to jewelry designer Cassandra Mamone, shoe designer Edward Meller and CORE basics for a handmade leather clutch bag

Although the price tag for this custom made dress isn’t known, it surely wouldn’t have come cheap, also requiring a top team to help accessorise it.

Alongside the Logies dress, Carrie turned to jewelry designer Cassandra Mamone, shoe designer Edward Meller and CORE basics for a handmade leather clutch bag.

Her Logies look was then completed by the magical hands of both a professional makeup artist and hairdresser.  

Chic! Instagram account What Carrie Bickmore Wore has been documenting each designer moment from the presenter, while revealing how fans can steal her style

Chic! Instagram account What Carrie Bickmore Wore has been documenting each designer moment from the presenter, while revealing how fans can steal her style



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