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Reasonable quality black long sleeved maternity t shirts. Surely they exist?!

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RobberBride Sat 07-Jan-17 22:54:55

I work in a cold office, so I often wear a fitted long sleeved basic black t shirt under floaty tops with a smart jacket on top.

Please can anyone recommend some? I can only find short sleeve fitted t shirts, in January confused. The closest I've seen so far is Asda, but not available in my size,default,pd.html?dual=0&action=product_interest&action_type=image&bucket_id=irsbucketdefault&placement_id=GRGTOP&config_id=GRGTOP&parent_item_id=GEM527357&strategy=PWBAB&category=&product_id=GEM474154&findingMethod=p13n

Thank you!

fuzzywuzzy Sat 07-Jan-17 22:56:14

I got some from Asos

MilleniumTalcum Sat 07-Jan-17 22:56:58

I just bought several off New Look. They're doing two for £12 and the quality is fine smile

RobberBride Sat 07-Jan-17 23:01:31

Ah, thank you! Will try New Look.

Fuzzy, which one from ASOS if you can remember? There are quite a few on there and I've just returned one for being too thin.

FraterculaArctica Sat 07-Jan-17 23:03:10

If you're an 8-10 I have a Blooming Marvellous one I'm looking to sell

Glitterbaby17 Sat 07-Jan-17 23:03:17

I got a nice ribbed one from Topshop and also a scoopneck from H&M

NameChange30 Sat 07-Jan-17 23:08:01

Try Zalando?

I have a black maternity t-shirt from Next that's very good quality but it's short sleeved.

thatorchidmoment Sat 07-Jan-17 23:11:52

There are several on the Noppies website. Search the tops category under 'shirts' and select black as your colour. Here's one I thought looked the kind if thing you are after.

drinkyourmilk Sat 07-Jan-17 23:12:35

Surprisingly I have some decent ones from peacocks. They wash and then air dry. Not lost colour, shape or shrunk yet. Warm too.

domesticslattern Sat 07-Jan-17 23:16:09

Isabella Oliver are expensive but good quality. I am still wearing a couple of their t-shirts from my last pregnancy (5 years ago) as they are thick and long and have kept their shape.

NameChange30 Sat 07-Jan-17 23:17:56

Zalando Essentials Maternity top - black (£12.99)
Noppies Amsterdam top - black (£19.99)

thatorchidmoment Sat 07-Jan-17 23:22:10

namechange Great minds!

If 3/4 sleeves are OK for you, OP, h&m have some cheap ones too.

H&M top

RobberBride Sat 07-Jan-17 23:24:14

This is amazing, thank you all, especially for the links cake. Off to shop!

NameChange30 Sat 07-Jan-17 23:36:17

orchid Indeed! smile

Also serephine. Nt the cheapest but amazing quality. I still wear mine now and my youngest babies are 4.5 (years, not months) blush

MrsCrankypants Sat 07-Jan-17 23:56:31

Are these any use?
I had a load of these when I was pregnant and they were so comfy!

amelie427 Sun 08-Jan-17 08:06:32

I got Uniqlo thermals in a larger size than normal, and because they are super stretchy, they work a treat.

INeedNewShoes Sun 08-Jan-17 08:09:18

I inherited a load of H&M maternity clothes from a friend, including a couple of fitted black t shirts. I've been really pleased with the quality which I think is better than normal H&M clothes.

NameChange30 Sun 08-Jan-17 10:16:43

That Next one is really good value, 100% cotton and only £9. If it's the same as the short-sleeved version I have, I think it will be good quality and comfy.

ClaireSunflower Sun 08-Jan-17 18:03:46

I got one from next. It is quite a nice thick good quality one. The ones I got from new look are a bit on the thin side so this would be better for a cold office!

thethoughtfox Sun 08-Jan-17 18:05:38

H&M are good quality and last. I still wear the H&M stretchy maternity vest I laboured in (I know this is a bit gross!)

Scotmum83 Sun 08-Jan-17 18:38:48

I love gap maternity and they have 30% off all new styles today. Great basics range, nice and long to cover your bump.

ConvincingLiar Sun 08-Jan-17 20:25:28

I've just bought one in the H&M sale. Pretty generously sized unlike their jeans.

Oly5 Sun 08-Jan-17 20:26:48


Best ever mat wear in my view

RobberBride Tue 17-Jan-17 18:03:41

Belated thanks to everyone, and to Scotmum for the tip about 30% off at Gap that day. Some of the Gap maternity ones are fab - their modern boatnecks are really good quality, warm, and ridiculously long in the body to stretch over my expanding bump. Some of the other Gap ones are ok but a bit thin. Nice long arms and body though.

Jojo Maman also had some decent ones in the sale though they have weirdly baggy arms. I'll try some of your other recommendations too.

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