286 days ago.
The maternity clothes were needed during pregnancy which the pregnant women feels comfortable.mudpie baby clothes
348 days ago.
This is a great post... I wish I had seen this before I was pregnant the first time around! I made a website at http://fashionablematernityclothes.net to help people find what they need, but it's great to have a guideline here so they know what to look for in the first place!
876 days ago.
I am a first time mum to Evan almost 9 months (time really flies) and hoping to be ytrying for our second soon
But during my pregnancy I hated not looking nice I had a real struggle to find anything that didn't make me look like a walking tent even though I wasn't that big. This has spurred me on to make my own review and recommendation blog for maternity clothes.
I review brands, what the pregnant celebs are wearing and what I like, if you have a few minutes have a browse and let me know what you think I'm open to any ideas, suggestions.
Thanks Sam xxxx
916 days ago.
Enter to win a maternity clothes gift card..http://www.stylechick.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1270
927 days ago.
What kind of coat should I wear that wont make me look huge?
I mean isthat even possible? All of the maternity coats look awfull,so Im not sure what to do..
I looked online for plus size womens coat http://www.twenga.com/price-plus-size-womens-coat.html
but lets be honest, it doesnt fit me well either..
I'm going crazy... I really need help..I want to look good.. and the nice coats for pregnant women cost a fortune.. whats the point im only this big for 2 or3 months... am I right?
1055 days ago.
Lissie, I stick straight out too. Try WomanWithin online....they have a lot of long tunics in larger sizes that might fit you for pregnancy! Good luck!
lissie *team blue* -
1056 days ago.
I am not too tall 5'6' and I wear xsmall preprego. I gained 40-50 pounds with my last 2 pregnancies. My problem is finding shirts that are long enough?! I tend to stick straight out and most of the shirts aren't long enough! If I go up in size the shoulders are huge on me. Any one have any ideas?
1077 days ago.
there is a great giveaway on this site for a $50 gift card! Check it out! http://www.stylechick.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1158
1077 days ago.
Does anybody know of any cute maternity stores that actually have clothes for petite women?? It's so hard to find a decent size shirt and pair of jeans. It's always waaaaay too big. Help! :-)
1091 days ago.
I found lots of cute upto date materniy clothes at Ross's, Burlington Coat Factory and Target. I loved Ross and Burlington the best. I paid less than $11.00 for shirts, pants, skirts etc. Burlington also has great baby clothes!
1091 days ago.
Anyone have suggestions for where to get a good pair of maternity jeans? I usually don't spend money on maternity clothes if I don't have to because it is short term but I am really uncomfortable and willing to invest in a pair of good jeans. I have not had luck at motherhood maternity. When I am not pregnant I am a size 2 and usually buy long pants (out of brands that do short, regular, long)so maternity pants are usually too short and wide. Would love suggestions!
1187 days ago.
I know how hard is to get maternity clothes, but I Found a store that has everything in my checklist, fashionable, comfortable and is not expensive !! you gals really should check it out http://www.pettelmaternity.com.
1194 days ago.
im 8 weeks and I cant fit into any of my jeans, and my leggins are so tight i get worried that im guna squash the baby so me mum went out and got me a few pairs of very stretchy pants, these make feel propa ruff and reacdy tho. the thing is I refuse to wear maternity jeans because they make me feel even more fatter and frumpier ( am not exactly skinny am quite curvy) so they make me feel worse especially when not many people know yet then c me buyin maternity jeans. its sound srtupid I know :( thing is I need maternity bras my norman size was a H but now there gettin BIGGER dont know what Im guna do!! my size H killed my back already!
1330 days ago.
It's sometimes nice to get a few higher end, designer items, just so I feel pampered a little bit! I've bought a TON of loose fitting, elastic band clothes that switching up with some designer maternity jeans or a sexy top is refreshing...just a thought for everyone out there. You can check out some great maternity outfit ideas here as well:
1359 days ago.
My favorite maternity shop is www.queenbee.com.au as it has everything from casual wear to formal wear and wedding dresses! You can get all your maternity bras etc there as well, its so much easier being able to get everything in one place with so much else to do!
1390 days ago.
I didn't want to spend a lot of money on clothes that I wouldn't be wearing for very long, so I visited Goodwill and resale shops and found some good deals on maternity clothes.
1401 days ago.
Motherhood, Gap and Old Navy have wonderful and well made clothes. The best part is that they also have lots of sales. I have clothes I adore. I wore them through my last pregnancy, many shirts while breastfeeding for two years and now I'm wearing them again with my next pregnancy. Some shirts and such have never left my closet. They don't look like maternity and they fit my boobs. HAHA! Oh and Costco. They don't sell maternity but they have some awesome cotton tees. I have some Calvin Cline that were like $10 and will fit my belly throughout pregnancy and onto breastfeeding again. Love it!
1401 days ago.
Well I don't know about you Charlotte, but I don't like to compromise quality for dirt cheap prices...you know what they say, you get what you pay for. Cheap usually means it is poor quality and will not last. I shop with the comfort of knowing that my maternity clothes will last through however many pregnancies I decide to go through. Who wants to buy a whole new wardrobe every time they get pregnant. I know I don't. And the prices are at Morning Chic are comparable to most maternity stores plus you get great customer service,a well made product, and fast delivery.
1406 days ago.
Unlike mama123 i go for the cheap end of the market. i shop at www.affordablematernity.co.uk, very cheap and very speedy service.
1425 days ago.
I shop at morning chic maternity boutique, they have fabulous maternity dresses especially if you are doing something formal. I also bought a belly bandit from there. the website is www.morningchicboutique.com
1430 days ago.
anybody tried the SwellyBelly maternity belly band? i tried the bella band on my first pregnancy but it got too tight. my friend recommended (alot!) the swelly belly but want to hear more. just heard they are coming to babies r us?! anybody knows where?
1459 days ago.
I got a couple of nice things at www.lilomaternity.com. Their clothes are pretty affordable.
1464 days ago.
Hi Ladies, Just wanted to tell you about my new discovery! Was browsing on the net for maternity jeans and bumped into Seraphine website which is amazing!!! The clothes are great quality, looks like it's worth the money as it will definitely last you for a whole pregnancy! I got my order last week and I just had to exchange on dress for a smaller size but believe me ladies i am not going to shop anywhere else for maternity! (found a discount code too! whoo hoo!! for those interested LKM09UK 10% off!!!) Their website is www.seraphine.com have a look and let me know what do you think!
1466 days ago.
ASH- no pads needed? it will still get soaked with milk and smell terribly, won't it?
TALITHA- although I like the bella band, I did end up having to fix it a lot throughout the day. kind of annoying. but I liked it better than using a rubber band. my favorite things are things that say they fit 0-9 months, so versatile and well worth the money. (pants and skirts mostly)
1467 days ago.
I found the best leak proof no pads needed nursing bras if anyone is interested :)