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Where can I get cheap but decent maternity leggings?

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zippyswife Wed 12-Aug-15 18:05:01

I'm 14 weeks and massive already. Yearning to wear leggings!! Anyone know where I can get decent but not too pricey maternity leggings? Thanks!!

skiingcat Wed 12-Aug-15 18:06:04

H and m.

Twolefttoes Wed 12-Aug-15 18:08:13

I got most of my mat clothes in the asos sale, have a look at their outlet section, can refine by maternity, size etc.

austengirl Wed 12-Aug-15 18:09:19

I got some from JoJo Maman Bebe in the sale. Try New Look as well--their maternity leggings were too long for me, but I can still wear their normal ones under the bump.

StoryOfMyLife Wed 12-Aug-15 18:10:13

The aldi ones I got were fantastic but aldi only stock them every so often but if you see them they are worth getting.

Purpleball Wed 12-Aug-15 18:10:28

I got some on eBay and Amazon, £4.99 a pair and they are fine

BumbleBee0 Wed 12-Aug-15 18:11:07

Agree with cat, h&b ones are brill and only about £7 I think. I continued to wear mine after my son as they were such good quality and you couldn't tell they were maternity ones if wearing a longish top (which I do anyway with leggings)

BlanketOfStars Wed 12-Aug-15 18:24:18

Asda you'll have to order online but you can order into store and your normal size should be fine. They are £8 a pair. I bought 2 and started wearing them at 17 weeks. The bump pouch was a little baggy then but they stayed up and still fit comfortably now I'm 38 weeks

Bellabutterfly2014 Wed 12-Aug-15 18:34:10

This is more of a "don't buy" - peacocks maternity leggings are awful and see thru so best to avoid. £8 a pair not well spent!!!

AbbeyRoadCrossing Wed 12-Aug-15 18:38:44

Purpless are good - it's online. They are quite thick, I find most others too thin

zippyswife Wed 12-Aug-15 18:42:22

Thanks all!! That's me sortedsmile

RubyReins Wed 12-Aug-15 19:39:13

I am 14.4 and expect to be harpooned soon such is my whale like appearance. I bought a pair of Sainsburys leggings, which are fab, in the long length and two sizes up. I look like a Mexican wrestler if they are paired with a vest, but they are really comfy, very opaque and look very smart with a longer length top or shirt. I think they will be good post baby too.

duckbilled Wed 12-Aug-15 19:39:47

The mama' and papas ones are brilliant, keep the colour and shape really well. Well worth the money.

DirtyMugPolice Wed 12-Aug-15 19:45:03

Another vote for h&m!

sizethree Wed 12-Aug-15 19:46:20

I love the George at Asda ones, 2 pairs for £12 and they are nice and stretchy but good cotton mix so not itchy and hot in warmer weather. Great length too and not right around ankles.

MishMooshAndMogwai Wed 12-Aug-15 19:46:42

Definitely h&m, I got some 3/4 lengths and they're fab smile

BizzieBoo Wed 12-Aug-15 19:48:55

I love the M&S ones - £9.50! smile

notascooby007 Wed 12-Aug-15 19:50:43

I got some from aldi in there baby event they was brilliant

Brummiegirl15 Wed 12-Aug-15 20:09:28

I've got red herrings ones and really impressed

BikeRunSki Wed 12-Aug-15 20:10:36

H&m !

Junosmum Wed 12-Aug-15 20:35:02

4.99 ebay, free postage. I wouldn't wear them without a long top but then again I think very few leggings can be unless yo want people to see your underwear!

MaGratgarlik1983 Wed 12-Aug-15 20:39:43

I got purples ones too from amazon- two pairs for 12 quid and they've really lasted!

BabyBNumberThree Wed 12-Aug-15 20:49:12

I've recently got some from primark they aren't maternity ones just normal size but they're pretty good so far. I'm 20+4 weeks. I'm usually a size 12 so got a 14 for extra room and they've been great so far. smile

gloria2088 Wed 12-Aug-15 22:28:08

H+M and their maternity range is fab!

Cornberry Wed 12-Aug-15 23:44:35

You don't need maternity leggings. I'm a size 12 usually and just got some size 16 ones from Primark for about 4 quid. They're perfect smile

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