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Pretty Maternity Wear

storq maternity wear

Where did (or would) you shop for maternity clothes? When I was pregnant, I essentially wore a black Target shirt for nine months straight, but nowadays, I’d probably mix it up. Here are a few basics-with-a-twist…

Thoughts? Which do you like? Congratulations to those who are expecting, and thinking of all those who are hoping to have a child, too.

P.S. One thing that has surprised me about parenting, and a pregnancy survival guide.

(Top photo by Storq, another wonderful place for maternity wear.)

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  1. Caitlin says...

    I have a 3 week old and I purchased 2 pairs of leggings (Pact and Storq), 1 pair of overalls (Asos), and 2 maternity shirts (Target). There were a handful of nonmaternity things I made work and I borrowed a jumpsuit for my Zoom baby shower (why invest in something only visible from the waist up?). I may have ended up buying a few more things if the pandemic hadn’t resulted in me living in PJ’s for the last few months. What’s been far more difficult is finding clothes to wear now– nothing in my closet fits as I’ve always been super good about not holding on to clothes in sizes I can’t wear.

  2. A.V.S. says...

    I’m currently 6 months pregnant. Pre-covid, I ordered a pair of maternity jeans. And then COVID hit, and I have been working from home since early March. As a result, I have shopped for 0 maternity clothes since then, wearing PJs/leggings/shorts at home and a few go to dresses when I head out. Continue to wear Lululemon Align pants and they are supportive and so comfortable for more than just workout! Too hot to wear the jeans I bought in my first tri but if I need to dress up or have not waxed my legs (more the latter), I pull on the jeans and manage with existing tops. These outfits look great, but I did not want to spend money on things I would only be using for the year, and wanted to spend money on the ‘more investment’ type pieces on my wishlist. Will have to buy a few nursing tops and bras at some point in the next few months, but since I’m not really going anywhere (thanks Covid!), I’m not in a hurry to spend money :)

  3. Noelle says...

    I’m 7 months pregnant right now, and in the first trimester I had some maternity clothes from my first pregnancy but decided to spent a little bit of money on some more modern pieces to supplement for work attire (corporate). This was right when covid was happening in Europe and we were all just starting to be careful / stay home. Now I’m working from home every day (no business attire needed) and staying at home on the weekends, and it feels like a complete waste of money. Just some advice if you are newly pregnant and not sure what to buy – get a very limited wardrobe for now unless you think you’ll really be out and about. It’s just a different world and our wardrobe needs in general are a bit different.

  4. kara says...

    I already have 2 summer babies but am currently 9 weeks pregnant and due end of January! So it’ll be a totally different maternity wardrobe this time! Jo, please do a winter version of this soon :)

    • Kate says...

      My tips from a previous winter pregnancy: all your pre-preg cardigans will work just fine over a lot of your summery maternity tops. I also never found a maternity coat necessary… just wore my normal coat without zipping and layered a big warm scarf over top! The most worthwhile investment for me was wintery maternity dresses/ leggings because at 9 months pregnant I did not always want to wear pants!

  5. Cadence says...

    I had babies 18 months apart so I practically lived in maternity clothes for 2 years straight. My best bets: Madewell maternity jeans are spendy but worth it. I instantly felt more like myself every time I got dressed. I splurged on a few pieces from Hatch and the rest from from Asos Maternity and Target. Jumpsuits were (and still are) my go to! Also check out IG accounts like noihsaf_bazaar for Hatch and other more expensive brands.

  6. Katie M. says...

    I have a three-month old, and when I was pregnant, I knew I didn’t want to spend lots of money on clothes I would only wear for a couple months. With that said, I have a job where I need to dress professionally most days (and I love wearing clothes I love!). So, I did a subscription to Nuuly (a recent start up from Anthro parent company URBAN) where I got six rented pieces each month (with an option to buy at major discount at the end of the month). They even started carrying maternity brands, which I found particularly useful once I started needing maternity jeans, etc. Because lots of the brands they carry err more on the side boho, loose-fitting, there was so much to choose from that fit great even at 9 months pregnant. I would highly recommend as a fun way to keep wearing clothes that make you happy, but don’t require spending an arm and a leg.

    • Lauren Foehr says...

      This is brilliant!

  7. K says...

    Motherhood Maternity has some great seamless (super supportive) nursing bras that I just received and love at 19 wks. I knew I wanted an affordable maternity bathing suit for beach/lakes and (maybe) water aerobics if that comes back anytime soon- H&M has some cute ones that will work post pregnancy too. Gap, Old Navy & H&M have been good for basics/dresses and I snagged some cute Target tanks. With sweaters for cooler weather I feel like my pregnancy wardrobe is set. Pact also has a few items and they are all organic which I love. I splurged on one Rachel Pally dress :) One day all of a sudden nothing fit and I had to scramble! It’s been a hard time to figure out just what is needed but I feel much more like myself w/ some cute options that could lean professional-ish if need be.

  8. Betsy says...

    Loft is the best for petite maternity! I’m 5 foot 1 and I could wear their pants without alterations.

  9. Ceridwen says...

    Such great outfits! I wish I had worn better maternity clothes. Although I was massively pregnant on my wedding and I loved the dress I wore. Celebrated both of us.

  10. Colleen says...

    Currently 34 weeks pregnant and have loved Seraphine; it’s a UK brand but their stuff arrives in a few days so they must have US distribution. I got a great tankini from them that is still hanging in there and 3 dresses I basically live in (one of which zips down the middle so will double as a nursing/maternity dress.) I can’t recommend them enough. I also bought a handful of navy and black tanks and tees from a Gap maternity super sale (they’ve made mail in returns insanely easy too, FWIW) and pair them with my 2 pairs of maternity pants when I can think of wearing pants. Working from home in the pandemic has it’s perks, certainly!

  11. Claire says...

    I’m 25 weeks and love the Blanqi SportSupport Hipster Contour leggings. They’re super comfortable.

  12. Sarah says...

    Before I got pregnant, I expected to live in dresses. I have plenty that could still fit over a belly. Now, at 6 months pregnant, I need the support panel of jeans or leggings to feel comfortable! And I’m having a tough time finding tops that are cool enough for summer that will allow for nursing as well. Most of the available maternity clothes on Poshmark are jeans and bathing suits. If anyone knows of cute maternity/nursing tanks and tees that are inexpensive, I’d love to hear tips on where to look.

    • Carrie says...

      The Target maternity tanks are the best! Stretchy and so long. I buy them when I’m not pregnant and now so do a lot of my friends.

  13. Lauren W says...

    I would like to see more pregnant body size diversity featured in the images here – we often see maternity clothing styled on thin/able-bodied/model types, which is not reflective of the wide range of pregnant bodies.

    There are companies who are doing more to show diversity in body types for maternity clothing — Universal Standard comes to mind — you’ve featured a dress from US, but chosen a thin model. Would love to see more inclusion of all sizes.

    • Kate says...

      I second this!

    • Katherine says...

      That’s exactly what I came here to say. All these models are smaller than I am before I even got knocked up. Great to see a diverse range of skin color, but bodies come in more shapes and sizes than stick thin. You shared that beautifully moving piece by Kelsey about her experience being pregnant, but seeing these images as the ones picked makes me think y’all don’t actually value or consider the bodies of those of us who saw ourselves in her story.

  14. Rebecca says...

    I’m 8 weeks pregnant and nobody knows yet apart from my husband. Last week we had a scan and saw a little fluttering heartbeat, something so special after an early miscarriage at the start of the year.

    I wrote a comment back when lockdown was beginning about the difficulties of being in this situation when childless and desperately wanting not to be that Joanna sweetly replied to. I just wanted you to know that things are now so different. So grateful for this precious time at home with my husband without the pressure of trying to hide my bloating and fatigue from colleagues! It’s so exciting to think about the next stage where the bloat will become a bump and the clothes I’ll need!

    • Katie says...

      Congratulations! Sending you warm wishes as your little one grows!

    • AR says...

      Congratulations. I am almost 8 weeks pregnant after a complicated pregnancy that ended with a loss earlier this year too. Wishing you a happy and healthy nine months x

    • Erin says...

      Congrats, Rebecca! That’s really happy news. :)

    • Sarah says...

      That’s so exciting! I also had a miscarriage earlier this year, right as COVID started to ramp up and I’m also currently about 7 weeks along, with an ultrasound scheduled for next week. All this to say, you’re not alone; so happy you were able to see a heartbeat <3

    • Jill says...

      I could have written this exact comment! Early miscarriage earlier this year that really threw me (I know tons of people have them, but it’s that feeling of “it won’t happen to me”) and now 9 weeks along. Also just saw the little heartbeat last week! It’s so hard not telling family and friends yet, but it feels so comforting to know that someone out there is in the exact same situation.
      Congrats to you and your husband!

  15. Alyssa says...

    Every pregnant person needs a pair of those Storq leggings. My kid is 2 years old, and I still wear mine! I’ve searched high and low for non-maternity leggings that are equally comfortable, and I have yet to find any!

  16. YCB says...

    I agree with all of the Uniqlo recommendations. I’ve also found some luck with COS if you’re going for the minimalist pregnancy look!

    At this point in my pregnancy (37 weeks) I’ve purchased more maternity active wear than regular maternity clothing! With that said, it’s surprisingly SO hard to find decent active wear for us pregnant women, especially if you’re not looking to break the bank on something you’ll wear for such a short period of time. (Would love to see a mix of maternity active wear in future posts!) I’ve found some luck with Target, especially their Isabel Maternity line. Have been running in their bike shorts all throughout my pregnancy!

  17. nade says...

    I went through the link to the post of 2013 and was amazed that it’s really a thing to cat call pregnant women. I could hardly imagine now that men can make jokes about a stranger woman belly!

  18. Jane says...

    I’m 34 weeks now and while thankfully I didn’t have to worry about buying much work appropriate wear (I’ve been teaching from home since before the bump was really noticeable and now the kids just see my shoulders), it’s been fun to splurge on a few things. I’m obsessed with the Storq overalls in black…. SOOO comfortable (my husband hates them) and I recently got a few really pretty dresses from Seraphine on sale that will work for nursing and maybe I can resell at some point, as well as underwear and bras from Kindred Bravely. Also a couple very cute Old Navy dresses (I love the maternity side-slit maxi tank dress). Otherwise I wear the same 5 loose black dresses/nightgowns/beach coverups that are not maternity wear.

    Pregnancy in the heat of summer is tough but at least it is cheaper in terms of clothing!

  19. Charlotte says...

    19 weeks here! Since my bump has been entirely during lockdown (we found out I was pregnant on the first day of lockdown!), I’ve missed the dressing up since I work from home and I haven’t seen anyone apart from my partner the entire time! I was so looking forward to raiding my wardrobe and figuring out which of my dresses work for my creative office.
    Sadly I’ve been confined to leggings and t-shirts! I’ll have to have another one in a couple of years so I can experience a ‘normal’ pregnancy!

    • Gaby says...

      I’m in the same situation! I found out a week into quarantine because I had some spotting around the time of my regular period and didn’t test until 10 days later. I’ll be 19 weeks tomorrow and I live in t-shirts and spandex shorts at home. I’ve said many times that it’s hard to determine what’s caused by pregnancy and what’s caused by quarantine, ie: fatigue and daily naps haha.

  20. Rose says...

    If you are thinking about nursing, look for clothes that can do double duty for both pregnancy and nursing. Boob and Seraphine are great for this (although on the pricier side). I didn’t realize this trick until after my pregnancy, but since nursing can last much longer than an obvious bump, buying different clothes for each phase can add up quickly!

  21. Sarah says...

    One thing I’ve noticed about the maternity clothing situation, now that I’m pregnant, is the real lack of activewear in plus sizes! There are lots of options for plus size clothing in general, but it’s surprised me (and saddened me) to see a lack of options here. Fablethics has amazing maternity leggings in a great range of sizes, Gap and Old Navy try too, but still. Not even comparable when you look at the larger activewear options across the board.

  22. Gemma says...

    Would love to see a plus-size version of this post 🙂

  23. Mel B says...

    The best advice I got while pregnant was to buy a pair of jeans and black pants for work that were a size up from my regular size. My sweet, uber-fit OB was the genius who told me this. There’s a point prior to having a full pregnancy bump when your clothes don’t fit so well. And after I had my babies, it took many long months for my hips and belly to fit in my old clothes. It was great to have a larger size of normal clothes that fit my body.

  24. TC says...

    Thank you for acknowledging those of us who are trying. It’s a long, lonely road.

    • KP says...

      Agreed, TC. We’re not yet trying, but rather stuck in the place of wanting kids but cannot figure out how on earth we can make that happen on our current salaries and in our current little apartment. Such a sweet gesture from Joanna to think of those wanting to become parents. xx

    • Caitlin says...

      Sure is, TC. Thinking of you. <3

    • Sarah says...

      Absolutely. <3

  25. Kylee says...

    I’m currently 36 weeks with my second, and these clothes are certainly beautiful, but I’ve gotten several great pieces from Old Navy! Somehow I missed their maternity wear on my first round, but it’s very affordable, and they even have longs in their maternity jeans (nearly impossible to find, as my other tall ladies will know!).

  26. Rachael King says...

    So I have the jumpsuit! And it is super comfy, I’m finding peeing not that big of an issue (to address everyones concerns over that factor), you just pull down from your shoulders instead of pulling your pants down from your waist. Granted I am in the sweet spot of pregnancy right now, 19 weeks, not too big and currently not frequenting the bathroom too often. Mainly I am buying maternity or oversized dresses (the joy of a summer pregnancy) as thats the most comfortable and cool.

  27. Stephanie says...

    There are few perks to being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic, but not having to worry about well-fitting clothes is one of the. Working from home means I can wear the same couple of outfits all week, and I have only bought one maternity-specific bit of clothing. (A pair of jeans which, even at 34 weeks, are still too big for my bump!) I’m glad to be able to save money on this and not have to worry about looking “professional” while pregnant. A nice top on a Zoom call is good enough!

    • Katharine says...

      Exactly this! I’m 32 weeks now and only bought leggings and 2 dresses. And I did buy a maternity swimsuit at a consignment shop back in February, imagining relaxing summer swims, but that’s not happening now and the swimsuit is just teasing me from my closet. Love to all other pandemic pregnancy folks, it’s not easy!

  28. Mia says...

    Lovely! I’d like to suggest that we think more about what to wear AFTER the baby arrives, too! So much emphasis is placed on maternity wear but what about when you are recovering from birth? Check out Nyssa if you are pregnant! They make FourthWear postpartum recovery underwear for the Fourth Trimester (aka postpartum). You can put an ice pack directly into the underwear, over the vaginal/perineal area or a c-section incision site.
    We need to be thinking about products that help mamas *after* birth, too!

  29. Marie says...

    Love Storq but sadly I’m unable to get it here in Belgium!

  30. shannon says...

    So far I’ve found some stretchy, form fitting dresses on clearance at Target and Ingrid and Isabel, t-shirts in maternity sizing but my usual style from GAP (the modern T!), and a few elastic waist mid rise linen pants/shorts from Old Navy to be enough. Some generous friends have given or loaned me some things too! Definitely ask around, because sizing on maternity pieces is pretty forgiving.

    So far I’ve most enjoyed wearing classic white leather keds with a bodycon style dress and my hair tied back or up with a bandana. It’s been fun dressing a different shape and experimenting with silhouettes I haven’t tried before, like form fitting dresses and looser pants.

  31. Anna says...

    Oh MAN I cannot wait to be pregnant. My husband and I have been trying since January and I have never felt so impatient in my life. It’s hard not knowing when (or even if) it will happen but it’s fun to read how everyone is dressing their bump, and daydream about how I’ll dress mine

  32. Sylvie says...

    Totally off topic, but i miss the motherhood around the world series!

    • M says...

      me too!!

  33. MK says...

    Currently 39 weeks and completely over it… pray for me I go into labor soon!!

    • Eva says...

      Longest week in the life of a human. Hang in there!!!!

  34. Gretchen says...

    I love the look of that jumpsuit, but I can’t imagine having to take it on and off to pee all the time. ;D

    • Amanda says...

      Right?! I always worry about having to pee in a jumpsuit, and I’m not even pregnant!

    • nade says...

      the same!
      never considered jumpsuits as an option because of it

    • A says...

      Just a pro-jumpsuit plug: they’re so comfortable for 90% of the day, that I think it’s worth the minutes of annoyance for peeing.

  35. I’m 34 weeks pregnant with my 6th baby. I’ve been wearing dresses because it’s more comfortable for me, especially in the summer heat. I bought a few Target dresses and I have three vintage dresses that I really love.

  36. Ari says...

    My mom sweetly sewed me a bunch of maternity dresses and a pair of chambray overalls with 70s vibes, which got me so many compliments.

    Separate note: I love a jumpsuit, but I couldn’t imagine wearing one while pregnant (I had to pee every 20-30 minutes!)

  37. rachel simmons says...

    I am 6 mons. pregnant and live in a very hot climate in California, so its alllll about maxi dresses or dress that have a lot of soft cotton and more flow to them. I still work in an office environment so I don’t feel comfortable wearing leggings with a blouse… just seems too reveling to me. So i will be living in dresses for the next 3+ months!

  38. D says...

    If you live in Canada, rent your maternity and beyond wardrobe from Sprout Collection. I had better style during pregnancy than I do regularly! So many beautiful pieces that I never would have been able to afford and I could try so many different styles. Can’t say enough good things about them!

    https://www.sproutcollection.com/

  39. Em says...

    When I was pregnant the first time I got lots of cute dresses and tops from ASOS – I worked in a creative office and dressed up every day. Now pregnant with #2 amidst the pandemic, working from home and chasing a toddler (with no childcare). I live in leggings and tees, and squeeze in some occasional casual maxis with sneakers. It’s amazing how much your lifestyle can change! I need to be able to run around and sit on the ground in my maternity clothes this time. No room for anything constrictive or fussy! Old
    Navy and Gap it is.

  40. I am currently 27 weeks pregnant and maternity clothes have been such a challenge! It’s better for me, mentally, to get dressed every day, but it seems REALLY silly now to buy things when I don’t really see anyone besides my husband on a daily basis. It’s also hard because most of my shopping has been online, and by the time the item arrives, my body has changed! I *have* purchased the Lululemon Align Pant and two soft, comfortable jumpsuits. I am happy to have those in rotation with joggers, haha.

  41. Alex says...

    I made it through my recent pregnancy with 3 pairs of maternity pants (2 jeans and a pair of black work pants) 2 maternity dresses and 2 long sleeved maternity shirts. I managed to wear pre-pregnancy clothes for everything else. My wardrobe became almost one of those capsule wardrobes, and it made getting dressed SO EASY. I’m usually a pants-only person, but I loved the way form-fitting dresses made me feel when I was pregnant. I got really into accessorizing with cute cropped jackets, scarves, big earrings, and bold lipsticks. I also invested in a new pair of boots that I had been longing for that really worked well with the dresses. You don’t have to buy maternity-only clothes during pregnancy to look cute. There’s a lot you can do if you rethink what you’re going to focus on.

    • Olivia says...

      I did almost the exact same things! Ruched, fitted maternity dresses (3) for when I had a real bump. I wore my prepreg jeans until about 23 weeks with a loose cashmere sweater. I had one pair of mat black pants, a few leggings for home, and one black long sleeved mat T. I also had a mat blouse which was a gift Would do the same next time!

      These pics just make me feel…oof. The unfitted look is not for me. I felt much more like myself in fitted items once I really had a bump.

    • AR says...

      I WISH I could fit into my normal jeans. I’m the type of pregnant that gets instantly wider and can’t even pull on my jeans at 10 weeks. Sigh

  42. Kelsey says...

    I have an 11 week old baby girl :) Through pregnancy I loved wearing the Daily/Ritual (Amazon brand) t-shirt tunics which are super affordable. They aren’t maternity so I just bought one size up and bought threenin clay, black, and stripes. I wore them on repeat with jeans or leggings. Still loving them postpartum and will be buying more to wear in the future as non-maternity wear.

  43. Elizabeth says...

    I don’t have kids but if were pregnant I think those maxi dresses are so pretty! Actually, I like all the looks.

  44. Jenny says...

    It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a pregnant person with cute tummy, looks incredibly wholesome in overalls! I probably won’t have a pregnancy, but if I did, I would surely wear overalls with a Rosie the Riveter bandana in my hair and occasionally ride the subway holding a cake in a carrier, like the sweetest lady in the world. (And compression socks for my venous health)

    • Olivia says...

      Lol this is so cute. What a funny image. This to me was one of the best and worst things about pregnancy – everything you do is just ON. DISPLAY. It felt like being an adorable toddler with people just delighting in me doing simple things – a pregnant lady at the library! There she is buying groceries! It was a total thrill to go back out with a bump again!!

  45. Christine says...

    I was 6 months pregnant when shelter in place started and due any day now. Besides maternity jeans and leggings, I’ve been wearing a lot of my looser tops and dresses. I have a few maternity tees from my first pregnancy (7+years ago!) that I occasionally wear and also wearing my joggers alot. In some ways, it’s been nice to not have to dress up while pregnant since there’s no where to go, but also miss out on wearing cute bump-friendly clothes! Oh well! I also sew alot of my own clothes, so it’s been fun trying to sew maternity and nursing friendly clothes that I can wear for a long time! Loose button ups and dresses with buttons or invisible front or side zippers.

  46. AG says...

    Great timing! I’m really struggling to find supportive yet comfortable maternity/nursing bras for the bustier mama. Help me, please!

    • rachel simmons says...

      agreed!!! *following*

    • Lauren says...

      Cake Maternity!
      They are SUCH GOOD QUALITY. And so many styles for bigger busts (that get even bigger with nursing) I could only afford one so I literally just wore my washable nursing pads in it so I could avoid having to wash with every wear and then it went in the wash every time one was going !

    • Sarah says...

      Wacoal maternity bras (got from pew in the pod) are great

    • shannon says...

      Kindred Bravely makes things in “busty” sizing!

    • Kellie says...

      Kindred Bravery has really nice maternity/nursing bras.

    • Rose says...

      Agree with Cake Maternity and try Freya! Nordstrom’s will also turn almost any normal bra into a nursing bra for a small fee if you have one nearby (and they carry many of the mentioned brands online with free delivery and returns). I had a Kindred Bravely as my only bra at first (so easy and soft for those sore early days) and didn’t get more structured nursing bras until about 1 month postpartum when things finally started settling out.

    • 38DD ;) says...

      Le Mystere Mama Mia! Go up a band size, they run small. They are pricy, but I can find them new for $25 on ebay. I wear them when I’m nursing and when I’m not. They are the best!

  47. Katie says...

    I’ve been living in my Gap maternity overalls & shortalls! I can’t handle fabric pinching my waist at all and these work for me. I’ve also been getting by with some pre-maternity swing dresses… 6.5 months pregnant and there’s still room to grow, so hopefully I can keep these going! COVID times make it so no one sees me anyway, so I’m not worried about them getting too short, haha

  48. Katie says...

    I bought most of my maternity clothing on Poshmark! It was so nice to buy used because I knew they were pieces I wouldn’t wear much after pregnancy. And then I re-sold them on Poshmark for nearly the same price I paid for them.

    • OO says...

      Me too! I found a couple Seraphine dresses on Poshmark, and I’ve also been buying cotton nightgowns to wear around the house. No need to buy new!

  49. Abigail Flanagan says...

    I’ve been pregnant 4 times in the last 5 years so I’ve tried just about every brand and type of maternity clothing out there! I have two pieces of advice to share. First, over the belly or full panel pants tend to be more comfortable the bigger you get. You can get some great pants from HM, Target, Old Navy, Gap. No need to spend a fortune. Second, I wore a lot of non-maternity pieces that just happen to fit a pregnant body (and I am no means petite so this can work for all types of bodies). I’ve basically lived in Natalie Martin fiore maxi caftans during my pregnancies. For a good bit of time after you have your baby you might not fit into your old clothes and psychologically won’t want to still be wearing your maternity clothes so generous non-maternity options are a great choice.

    • Erin says...

      I think it’s probably easier to wear non-maternity clothes while pregnant if you are a larger size to begin with. I quickly outgrew my regular clothes while pregnant — my belly stuck out A LOT on my small-boned frame from a fairly early stage of my pregnancy, and I found the geometry of my new straw-that-swallowed-a-watermelon body challenging to clothe. I had a few stretchy knit maternity dresses that ended up being my favorite options. Maternity pants were very hit and miss; there was one pair that one of my babies didn’t like at all … he would kick furiously (from inside) until I changed into a different outfit! LOL!

  50. Michaela says...

    Uniqlo has wonderful dresses that are perfect for maternity. Seriously the best! They were so comfortable and made me feel great because they weren’t weird stretchy polyester.

    • Diane C. says...

      I found so many great pieces from Uniqlo too! I agree- it’s so hard to find maternity clothes that are cotton so Uniqlo was a life saver. I had this great dress with a built in bra that was perfect for my third trimester summer- because by then, the less I had to wear the better. Just had my third baby and this last pregnancy I also got splurged on a Rent the Runway subscription (or rather my husband gifted me one the previous Christmas). For my first two pregnancies I was lucky that a friend passed along her maternity clothes, but this time around I really wanted to look cute and confident. I loved wearing all these brightly colored, beautifully cut clothes- most of which weren’t specifically maternity. I don’t know why it took for the third pregnancy to realize that nice clothes really helped pull me out of my pregnancy body image funk and helped me embrace my awkward and awesome pregnant body. If I had to do it again, I would definitely have splurged on nice maternity clothes the first time around.