There’s nothing likeNew York Fashion Week get us into the shopping mood. Sure, we’re sad that summer is gone, but fall fashion has arrived after all. So, if you’re ready to trade in the flowy summer maxis for something more polished (we SO are), make Isabella Oliver your first stop. Our fail-safe for maternity wear that’s chic, luxurious and super-comfortable, the brand has outdone itself for fall: beautiful tailored pencil skirts, iconic Liberty of London prints, indulgent leather everywhere(!) and the totally perfect chambray shirt. To kick off the shopping season, Isabella Oliver is giving one lucky Well Rounded NY reader a $200 gift card, which includes a voucher and session with a very talented Isabella Oliver eStylist. The perfect start to fall-style your bump. All you have to do to enter is sign up for our newsletter, Isabella Oliver's newsletter, follow Isabella Oliver on Instagram, and leave a comment below. Additional Entries:

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This giveaway ends on September 7th. Good luck!

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