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Nice maternity PJs

(12 Posts)
blossombottom Sat 04-Mar-17 22:16:49

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GreyBird84 Sat 04-Mar-17 23:18:45

I've just bought 2/3 sizes bigger out of primark.

Have you looked at next & asks?

AlannaOfTrebond Sat 04-Mar-17 23:46:42

Hotmilk. I used to sell them and some of theirs are so lovely I own 3 pairs of the bottoms despite never having had a child. The tops are supportive soft cups with a drop for feeding so work during and after pregnancy, choice of vests, short or long sleeves.

In fact wearing Hotmilk bottoms with a Bravissimo top now, comfiest thing ever.

AreWeThereYet000 Sun 05-Mar-17 00:13:18

Marks and spencer have lovely maternity nighties and pjs x

octonuddle Sun 05-Mar-17 07:22:49

I always think Jojomamanbebe have lovely maternity PJs but as yet haven't bought any but think I might treat myself! I'm too busy slobbing around in baggy t-shirts sad perhaps I need a bit of glamour! I have a couple of maternity nighties which I used in labour and in the hospital last time around which were good for that purpose but generally don't like nighties.

strawberrypenguin Sun 05-Mar-17 07:25:23

I had a couple of lovely pairs from mothercare

Zampa Sun 05-Mar-17 07:30:51

Try Figleaves online. I got a lovely pair from there a few years ago.

jesterkat Sun 05-Mar-17 07:33:10

I got some lovely ones from verbedat sorry wrong spelling

teainbed Sun 05-Mar-17 07:37:00

I've got plain black ones from Seraphine, they feel lovely on and look like posh lounge/yoga wear.

Flanderspigeonmurderer Sun 05-Mar-17 08:19:21


cansu Sun 05-Mar-17 08:21:42

Do not waste money on expensive night wear for hospital. After birth bleeding is like a v v heavy period. I ended up needing those changing squares on my bed to protect sheets and v cheap dark knickers.

blossombottom Sun 05-Mar-17 10:07:35

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