Great Maternity Clothes

Whitney - posted on 01/25/2010 ( 14 moms have responded )

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Where do you guys get nice maternity clothes? We have a Motherhood Maternity in town but not much else besides online shopping and second hand stores.

Any suggestions? I love shopping online but a lot of the sites I have found are either not my style (very classic, Polo, button ups, etc.) or are just....unreal prices up in the $300's for a wrap dress!

Where do you shop when you get stuff online?

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Brenda - posted on 01/25/2010

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are you in canada or the states?or are you close to the states??? i live in small town canada and we dont have any maternity stores but i live close to the states so i went to washington to shop and found some amazing deals and cute things at JC Penny!! i have purchased some things in a nearby town at Thyme Maternity but it is pricier!

Heather - posted on 01/25/2010

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do you have a old navy, khols or jcpeeny near you? cause i found alot of really cute stuff at those places

Julia - posted on 01/25/2010

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oldnavy.com maternity!!! relatively inexpensive stuff but really nice!

Amanda - posted on 01/25/2010

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I like to shop at old navy or even buying shirts that are a little longer. I myself don't bother spending a lot of money on maternity clothes because I see it as a waste. I also bought regular longer shirts at Kohls. I hope this helps

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Angela's Happy Family - posted on 08/31/2014

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just posted a new video today about buying non-maternity clothing as maternity clothes using second-hand stores. I spent only $4.00 and got a big bag! If anyone would like to see it please watch and subscribe.. and I will do the same for you.
http://youtu.be/lV2h5hdDRKQ Thank you so much :)

Lavender - posted on 12/30/2013

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I like Motherhood Maternity but the jean selection was better at Old Navy (they have a small maternity section. I also got some nice sweaters at old navy :)

Bri - posted on 12/29/2013

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I got some really cute wrap dresses, leggings, and clothes for work at Haute Mommies and Bella Babies. They do have a website www.hmandbb.com, I'm sure you could find some really cute stuff on their site. I certainly did.

Chelsea - posted on 09/10/2012

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I did Motherhood all the way. I was impressed by how stylish and comfortable their clothes are and was very selective with what I bought. Everything had to be on sale, less than $20 a piece and had to be an item I could wear after baby. This came in handy mostly for work because I have to dress in business attire. So for work, I bought one pair of pants, two pencil skirts and about 10 tops. For weekend clothes, I had two pairs of leggings and a few Heidi Klum T-shirts (which are amazingly comfortable and stylish!). I never neglected my original wardrobe and made sure I used my old tanks, camisoles and anything with an empire waist! I was amazed with how many outfits I could pull off with just a few basics.

Sherry - posted on 08/14/2012

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i bought some great pieces from www.seraphinematernity.com - they have a lot of different styles and shapes and i thoroughly recommend the jeans (so comfy!!)

Jaylene - posted on 04/02/2012

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I just opened an online resale shop exclusively for maternity clothes. Check us out at www.maternityresale.com. Prices start at just $4 an item. I truly feel that resale is the way to go when it comes to maternity clothes. Retail prices are outrageous for such a temporary wardrobe. Have a great pregnancy!

Whitney - posted on 01/26/2010

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I live in Arkansas in the US. We have a Kohl's but it's such a small maternity section at mine that it's not ever worth me looking. When I was in Vegas, the Gap there had the BEST maternity section I've ever seen!!! I got so much!

I didn't know JC Penny's had a maternity section! Thanks for the tips girls!!

Amy - posted on 01/25/2010

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I have great maternity pants from JC Penny's by Duo maternity. My cords are comfy & professional looking. They also make shirts that are wonderful. I love my old navy tees. I found them in the women's dept. but they are long enough and stretchy so the belly fits. :-)

Lynsey - posted on 01/25/2010

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Kohls is where I go. Don't know if they have your style, but they're good prices for cute stuff, or so I think. Also, empire waist shirts or dresses are fit for any pregnant woman, I believe.

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