Modest Maternity Wear Options

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  1. fides

    fides Well-Known Member

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  2. robinator

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    Thanks for posting. I have a couple empire waist tops that normally provide decent coverage but since my boobs have blown up I have to keep tugging at it.....

    That outfit at the bottom of page 1 looks like something the 19 kids and counting mom wears.
     
  3. SpunkyMunkey

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    About 2 weeks before I found out I was pregnant, I was super excited to discover that I fit into the bridesmaid's dress my sister had worn at my wedding, and she said I could have it. Guess I won't be wearing that for a while! I haven't even begun to start looking into maternity clothes, as I am no where NEAR that point (though, if I keep up this ravishing hunger, I may get there sooner than later!). But I'll keep this link in mind. Thanks. :winkwink:
     
  4. lynnikins

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    im just going to get plenty of long floaty summer tops lol and when it gets cooler in the fall then i'll layer up my clothes like in previous pregnancys when i was pregnant through the winter, a Bump Band bridges the gaps nicely so i can keep wearing most of my tops will just need some skirts and maternity jeans lol,
     
  5. SpunkyMunkey

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    I am so excited, a friend of mine is going to give me her maternity clothes. We have shared clothes in the past, so it should all fit. Such a relief as I didn't know how we were going to afford to buy me maternity clothes!
     
  6. Blah11

    Blah11 ☼ Mummy to Amelie ☼

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    oh god some of the stuff is hideous, haha.

    I know what you mean though, i found last time i was preg my maternity tops were starting to expose my tummy a little in the last few weeks :dohh:
     
  7. RaspberryK

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    I find most things too frumpy and too covered up for the summer months and I am really struggling. When I find something nice I can't get a bra that doesn't bloody poke out, is it just me?
    x
     
  8. PinkGlitter87

    PinkGlitter87 Aidan's Mummy :)

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    I got a pair of maternity jeans the other day and have got a few pairs of maternity leggings..... think i will mostly be wearing leggings and long tops through pregnancy, keeping it simple!! :)
     
  9. cupcakemomma

    cupcakemomma Finally have our miracle!

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    The swimsuit is really cute! I liked the site, thanks for sharing it :) Sure, I wouldn't wear some of the things they sell, but I'm a rather modest dresser, and it's nice to see a site that offers them in maternity size.
     
  10. Courtcourt

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    Its the arms for me, all these short sleeve tops have such short sleeves that my arms look so gross! Especially Motherhood!
     
  11. Maman

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    euuwww that redd nightgown is awful even my granny wouldnt wear it. divorce would defo be on the cards if i wore that..and those momma dresses...

    theres ways of dressing modestly without looking like a sack of potatoes!
     

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