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Jesika - posted on 10/21/2009 ( 27 moms have responded )

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wheres a good place to find cloth? even the maternity cloth i have wont fit but it seems im running out of plces to go

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Sherri - posted on 10/19/2011

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E-bay is a great place to find tons of maternity clothing for super cheap prices too.

User - posted on 10/19/2011

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Try formultiples.com. They have clothes for moms with multiples and they should fit you in the belly if that is where you need the room.

Porsche - posted on 10/22/2009

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Motherhood and old navy are great places. And try Kohl's, a lot of people don't know it, but they have pretty good stuff. Unless this is the only baby, you should invest a little in the clothes because my stuff from these stores took me through three pregnancies in a row. But, I suggest maternity clothes because they are made to help you feel more comfortable than regular clothes... big in the right places and normal in the rest lol. Have fun shopping!

Kelly - posted on 10/21/2009

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try the plus size clothes places. I find really cute shirts that I wore in my last few months and while I was nursing. I hope this helps

Christina - posted on 10/21/2009

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I was borderline XL and 1X when prego so did a lot of shopping at Motherhood Maternity. They have great stretch jeans. I also ordered a lot of clothes online from Old Navy since they had a better selection. They were one of the few places I could find maternity shorts (SOOO nice in the summer time when 9 months prego!). Baby Gap also has a few things in the back of the store if you are not plus size, and Macy's (original not Hechts converted) has a decent selection with a lot of things on sale. You could also try eBay. I know lots of friends who sold bag loads of stuff for cheap. Good luck!

Leann - posted on 10/21/2009

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I own a maternity resale shop in Texas. Many second hand stores that sell baby clothes will also sell maternity.

Dangelys - posted on 10/21/2009

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target and old navy are good or you could always try regular cloths in bigger sizes i didnt wear maternity cloths at all.

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Honestly, I was rummaging through the plus size racks at Walmart!! And i hit some clearance racks at Additionelle, Penningtons and plus size clothes at reitman's. I mean yes the plus size clothes don't fit like actual maternity clothing, but i wasn't about to go to thyme and pay way too much!! And plus size clothes were nice and long to cover my baby bump ( i was huge by the end and looked like i was carrying twins!! Another good place i found which was decently priced but sometimes selection is a little off on a bad day, is Motherhood Maternity. And if you're pretty sure about your sizing, you can order on line. They've got sales all the time. It's great for simple maternity ts, basics like black pants, jeans etc...

EMMY-JO - posted on 10/21/2009

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I'm a young mom and most of all I wanted trendy pieces..at an affordable price. I bought most of my pieces at old navy - sooooo affordable!

Samantha - posted on 10/21/2009

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I love motherhood, especially their pants that had the stretchy fully belly. That was the only style of pants I could wear through the whole pregnancy.



I also ended up buying a few larger men shirts from thrift shops to wear around the house and even when I went shopping the last week of my pregnancy. They seemed to be the only shirts that my belly wouldn't be exposed in.

Kiley - posted on 10/21/2009

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yeah Burlington does have a lot of cute maternity clothes... and so does dillards or K-mart

Rachel - posted on 10/21/2009

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you outta check out some thrift stores in your area! lots of children consignment shops sell maternity clothes too! it doesnt even have to be "maternity". I wore lots of dresses and shirts that had a wide v-shape around the belly and they fit perfectly! jerzee shirts are very stretchy too!

Katarina - posted on 10/21/2009

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I loved Thyme Maternity while I was pregnant. A little cheaper then Motherhood, but it has a little bit of everything. They always have a sale!!!

Kelly - posted on 10/21/2009

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I also shopped at Old Navy and Target.....but towards the end of my pregnancy almost all of my clothes were too small....i had a couple shirts and one pair of jeans that still fit but when at home i would just wear sweatpants a t-shirts.....but that was only like the last 2 or 3 weeks....good luck

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I would fine a good second hand store. Old Navy clothes are great too. If you need plus size clothes, though, you won't find them in most stores, they keep putting them solely online, except for Motherhood Maternity. I suggest plain yoga pants for recreation. you'll still be able to wear them after! But maternity shirts are a must, as others will become too short.

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try googling maternity clothes. I cant remember the name of the site but i googled when i was in desperate need and found a wonderful site that sold cheaper and very nice clothes

Amy - posted on 10/21/2009

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yep.. motherhood maternity was the only place i could shop for my maternity clothes because i am a plus size woman and not a lot of stores have plus size maternity wear... i did also find that there was some maternity stuff from old navy i could wear!!

Triana - posted on 10/21/2009

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Motherhood is an awesome store! I fell in love with that place while being pregnant. I would get so mad because Wal-Mart, Target, Kohls, everywhere I went it seemed they didn't realize big girls get pregnant too lol. So a friend of mine referred me to that store and I loved it! Should check it online as well. Good luck =)

Ashley - posted on 10/21/2009

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I agree with Sharon on the thrift stores. I also like the clothes at Old Navy. Where I am at, we have Motherhood Maternity, and they continually have sales, I love them!

I was all baby and only in the front, so clothes fit kinda weird, but up until I had my son, I either wore scrubs (worked in a doctor's office), or my Motherhood Maternity clothes. Sorry if I sound like I am pushing that store, but I loved them!

Good luck! :)

La'Toya - posted on 10/21/2009

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If there is a motherhood store where you live they have lots that you should be able to fit

Sharon - posted on 10/21/2009

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Do you mean clothing?



Target has some pretty outfits. Most any department store has a maternity section.



Thrift shops have maternity clothing too.

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