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SweetPeaPods Tue 15-Apr-14 06:25:32

Any recommendations? I bought a couple of pairs of jeans in next sale for last pregnancy but hated them. One pair never stayed up, the other were too long. I would really like a couple of pairs of skinny jeans if possible, maybe blue & black. Anyone found and good ones?

IMissSleep Tue 15-Apr-14 06:43:08

H&M do great jeans.
I have some from new look that are ok but baggy in the wrong places!

My black H&M ones fit perfect, and they do lovely baby clothes too

Scotmum83 Tue 15-Apr-14 06:43:41

I've bought some good ones off asos. They have a huge maternity range.

icklekid Tue 15-Apr-14 07:01:37

I love my Debenhams over bump ones...

Gennz Tue 15-Apr-14 07:38:25

I have splashed out on some J Brands - they are really good,dark denim, skinny with side panels. Quite pricey though, but I figure I will wear them a lot so I might as well.

The J Crew maternity range looks good too, also expensive, but I might get some of the black toothpick ones in lieu of black trousers.

Poshsausage Tue 15-Apr-14 07:40:50

Just checked out j crew ..

HOW MUCH!!!!??

eurochick Tue 15-Apr-14 07:44:47

I second h and m. I also have some top shop skinnies but they fall down all the time ( v comfy though).

qazxc Tue 15-Apr-14 08:28:09

I have been living in my mothercare maternity jeans. They have an over the bump and elastic thingy for the the buttons, you can then remove the bump band and have them as regularly jeans.
I think these might be it

DownstairsMixUp Tue 15-Apr-14 08:29:05

I got two pairs from Primark. The light blue pair fit perfect but the dark blue fall down. Only £13 each though.

squizita Tue 15-Apr-14 10:21:06

Primark ... Yep buy the EXACT pair you try on! Otherwise the so called same size might fall down! grin

NerdyBird Tue 15-Apr-14 12:00:04

H&M overbump jeans for me. Comfy, great colour, and long enough for my oddly-sized legs. Not too expensive.

pommedeterre Tue 15-Apr-14 12:01:08

Seraphine in the sale. This weekend won m and s and h and m maternity skinnies so hopefully they're good too!

Pobblewhohasnotoes Tue 15-Apr-14 15:57:02


topmammy Tue 15-Apr-14 16:50:00

I got some skinny over the bump maternity jeans from Mothercare, from the Blooming Marvellous range for about £30. They certainly are marvellous! Got some from Next too but after a few hours of wearing them they become so baggy it's annoying.

FrumiousBandersnatch Tue 15-Apr-14 17:24:24


moomin35 Tue 15-Apr-14 18:21:51

Try New Look - cheap but do the job!

EssexGirlLottie Tue 15-Apr-14 19:06:52

Hi, I have two pairs of mamas and papas and I really love them. Blue ones are under bump ones and black are over bump.

Buchanon08 Tue 15-Apr-14 20:43:47

Maybe not the easiest option but I got mine from Motherhood Maternity in the USA and they ship overseas. Through 3 pregnancies I've bought many pairs and these were the only ones I loved. Not expensive either but don't know about the shipping!

PotatoPolly Tue 15-Apr-14 20:45:53

my h&m maternity jeans fit better than my normal jeans... going to be hard to give them up!

BakingBunty Tue 15-Apr-14 21:12:32

I love my TopShop Leigh jeans and have them in two colours. They're so soft and a great shape (which seems to hold unlike the GAP ones I had when pregnant with DS - was always hoiking them up!)

Hobby2014 Tue 15-Apr-14 21:15:26

Over the bump in new look £23. Really like mine. X

beckiebee04 Tue 15-Apr-14 21:23:55

I found new look jean look leggings are the best, I'm 34 weeks now n swear by them, I've got next maternity jeans n they feel frumpy

SweetPeaPods Tue 15-Apr-14 21:47:51

Wow loads of suggestions, thanks everyone! Might try h&m tomorrow as they might have some in, it's annoying that so many shops only offer maternity online.

BumpNGrind Tue 15-Apr-14 21:52:57

Another primark recommendation here. Mine were �10 underbump and feel great. I've previously been a huge jeans snob but these are great.

ADVENT23DOG Wed 16-Apr-14 11:56:04

New look & Dorothy Perkins are the best but also top shop but a but more expensive

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