'A super-stylish maternity leave' - after the birth buy 'an oh-so-soft tracksuit in velour or cashmere (go on - it's an investment buy'
okay so when can a velour tracksuit ever be right?
and how is buying a piece of clothing in a size you hope you'll never be again an 'investment'
it goes on
'wear your jeans with a 'wow' top that you can dress down with a vest underneath'
and there is a picture of a woman in a white top costing £95 for her baby to puke down
doesn't look particularly washable either
by the second page we are wesring the most hideous dress imaginable in a vile print because it 'hides a multitude of sins' (?!) and then we see a lovely woman in her trenchcoat and Mulberry bag which doesn't look a) like it is holding any nappies or b) like it is going to be looped over the handle of any pushchair anytime soon as she doesn't have one with her
oh and as if we hadn't thought of this, in the summer we should 'wear a sundress'