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Where to try on maternity clothes?

(11 Posts)
CustardOmlet Sat 04-Jun-16 23:40:10

Really need some new clothes that will fit me, but I'm struggling to find a shop that keeps there maternity range in store, they all seem to be online. Can anyone recommend a shop (preferably in Leicestershire) that stock their collection?

dats Sun 05-Jun-16 00:46:07

Not that many these days! But: H&M, JoJo Maman Bebé, Mothercare, Red Herring (Debenhams), Topshop are all places to start.


icklekid Sun 05-Jun-16 05:43:58

I order online into next, asda, Debenhams (bugger collection online than in store) then try on in their changing rooms and return what don't want straight away.

welshweasel Sun 05-Jun-16 08:27:31

H&M in Nottingham or Leicester and jojo in Nottingham were where I got most of mine. Also bought lots from gap online, they do free delivery over £50 and free returns and I found their stuff great.

CustardOmlet Sun 05-Jun-16 19:03:01

Thanks guys, I'll have a mooch tomorrow.

RaeSkywalker Sun 05-Jun-16 19:10:23

Mothercare and H&M.

I just ordered loads off ASOS and returned what I didn't like.

livelyredjellybean Sun 05-Jun-16 19:14:33

There was a range in my local New Look when I looked today 😊

DrWhy Sun 05-Jun-16 19:40:22

It's a total PITA to be honest!
As others have said JoJo Maman Bebe, although small stores don't carry the whole range, H&M have the most I've seen anywhere (be prepared to go up 3+ sizes though, I was a 12-14 pre pregnancy, I'm a 14 now in JoJo and a 20 in H&M!), small collection in some Next branches, some in some New Look branches, some stuff in Mothercare, some Debenhams carry the Red Herring stuff in store but my local one doesn't and tried to tell me it was only online...
I actually ended up in tears trying to buy a pair of shorts and a swimming costume for my holiday.
I've ended up with stuff from GAP online and put it straight back in the post next day if it doesn't fit (free delivery and return) and Tesco, collect in store and return to store.

IrregularCommentary Sun 05-Jun-16 23:27:26

It's crap isn't it. I've gone for shopping online and just returning stuff that doesn't fit. Peacocks in Beaumont Leys has one double rail of maternity wear if that's anywhere near you.

BeauticianNotMagician81 Mon 06-Jun-16 09:06:19

Depends where abouts you are. Jojo in Market Harborough stock quite a lot and New Look at Fosse Park have a few rails.

GashleyCrumbTiny Mon 06-Jun-16 16:28:12

New Look opposite Primark! (Not the Highcross one! But Topshop in Highcross have some!)

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