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Have m&s stopped doing maternity clothes?

(11 Posts)
Swifey Tue 17-Jun-14 11:41:51

In my last pregnancy I lived in their long sleeved t shirts and my h&m jeans! I have just looked online and I can't find anything, only bras etc and nightwear! I have nice dresses from seraphine and Boden, but the m&s tshirts were the best! I have looked at jojo, but their tshirts have a big tie hanging down, which I know will just irritate me! Any help or info gratefully received! Xx

Eastwiththem Tue 17-Jun-14 13:07:13

Yeh, there's no maternity clothes anywhere at the moment.

Gap have some decent basic stuff but frankly I could punch someone I'm so cross about how hard it is to buy maternity clothes.

hubbahubster Tue 17-Jun-14 13:45:25

I would suggest Primark vest 'dresses' and slouchy tops, or ASOS maternity for tees. I loved my H&M jeans too and am refusing to take them off even though I fit into pre pregnancy trousers now

mampam Tue 17-Jun-14 13:58:39

I have bought a few bits and pieces from Next (online).

PenguinsHatchedAnEgg Tue 17-Jun-14 14:16:07

Next t-shirts aren't too bad. New |Look have stuff in store - cheap, but the t-shirts are thin. I liked the skinny jeans though.

Mummymidwife87 Tue 17-Jun-14 16:51:30

I bought a few bits from mothercare, ie.a couple of dresses and a cross over top, but find they are a smaller fit. I bought jeans, skirt and a dress from jojo maman bebe, bit mumsy in there. leggings, dresses and tops in H&M.
Mat clothes are crap to buy. I've been trying to get some bits that would work for breastfeeding as well

eurochick Tue 17-Jun-14 16:54:45

Almost all of my mat wear comes from Asos. Pretty much everything else looked awful and was sent back.

alwaysblonde Fri 20-Jun-14 21:05:13

I've been going to seraphine but their customer service- deliveries have been disgusting slow in the past

VaselineOnToast Sat 21-Jun-14 10:41:15

It's really hard to find maternity clothes in actual bricks-and-mortar shops... it's all online! I guess it's not profitable for them to have floorspace taken up with maternity wear :/

I got some good basic t-shirts from New Look's maternity range online. The material is very thin though so you'll have to wear a vest or something underneath. www.newlook.com/shop/maternity/view-all-maternity_1920039

Tesco & Asda also do maternity ranges online.

VaselineOnToast Sat 21-Jun-14 10:42:40

Also, eBay is a good place to look for 2nd-hand maternity stuff. I got some leggings and a tunic from there; so much cheaper than if I'd got them new. Just depends if you're up for trawling through listings and bidding.

PetShopGirl Sat 21-Jun-14 22:16:27

I find it so weird - surely the one thing shops can guarantee is that there are always going to be pregnant women!

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