maternity clothes?

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  1. sam1984

    sam1984 Well-Known Member

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    dont want to spend alot on maternity clothes as you never get enough wear out of them, so does any one know where i can get some nice maternity clothes from that dont cost loads.
    i looked in matalan at the weekend because we were there anyway and everything seemes to be very dark colours for bottoms and white tops which are not a good idea with young children and it all looked very boring
     
  2. Nickki_1986

    Nickki_1986 Well-Known Member

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    iv looked at peacocks they have stuff and new look online hunni!! xx
     
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    pictureperfect Well-Known Member

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    New Look, ASOS, Dorothy Perkins, Next, George at Asda all do nice maternity range x
     
  4. Celesse

    Celesse Well-Known Member

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    I got a bundle off Ebay which cost £20 for 25 items. That means I can add a few extra bits and pieces for a full maternity wardrobe at a fraction of the cost. Ebay also do a lot of single maternity clothes. So you maybe you could get the maternity jeans from ebay and then get your tops new. A lot of maternity stuff thats sold has hardly been used.
     
  5. Zodiac

    Zodiac Pregnant with #2

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    Are you in the States? Try Old Navy or even Target.

    Old Navy has some nice strech fabric fold over skirts that I just bought for $15. They aren't even maternity since I don't quite need maternity clothes yet- but they are soft, comfy and stretchy. Best part is that as my belly grows, instead of folding over the top of the skirt I can just pull it up over my belly. Thier tank tops are also very long so you can probally get away with a med/large while you're still in the early stages.
     
  6. lynnikins

    lynnikins Well-Known Member

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    try your local freecycle or netmums boards lots of ladies on sell their maternity gear or give it away
     

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