Chrissy Teigen is looking very stylish as she stepped out in sheer maternity fashion.

The pregnant supermodel attended the Hollywood Reporter’s Beauty Dinner on Wednesday, Nov. 11, in a chic fashion ensemble, People magazine reported. Teigen wore a sheer, lacy and teal coloured long-sleeved top which revealed a black bralette underneath. The Sports Illustrated model matched her sheer top with loose fitting, high waisted black pants which camouflaged her baby bump.

The model’s style, according to People, is in line with the sheer maternity wear fashion trend that Kim Kardashian West has been wearing during her pregnancy. The most recent is the TV personality’s red carpet look during the Los Angeles County Museum Art+Film Gala. Kardashian West wore a sheer black lace jumpsuit for the event which showed a lot of skin, including her baby tummy.

As for Teigen, the supermodel’s baby bump is still small compared to Kardashian West; who is already in the final months of her pregnancy. Despite being in the early months, John Legend’s wife is already taking beauty precautions to help her body cope with the changes.

Teigen told USA Today during the Hollywood Reporter’s Beauty Dinner event that she has a new beauty routine for her growing belly, since she’s prone to getting stretch marks. She said, "I am very blessed to have a relationship with La Mer. I'm crazy-neurotic about stretch marks (while) being pregnant... I’m a stretch-mark prone girl. So I’ve been really layering on this reparative serum they sent me. You (normally) just put a drop on your face, but they sent me so many beautiful bottles and I slather it on my belly."

She also gushed about her husband and how Legend takes cares of her while she’s sick and during her pregnancy. Teigen shared that recent news of Legend cooking tuna casserole for her was not because of morning sickness.

"I've been battling this cold and sinus infection. Everyone assumes every sickness now is morning sickness,” she explained to USA Today. “But no, I just wanted one of those winter, cosy foods."

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