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Maternity 3/4 length leggings???

(20 Posts)
Eveninties Tue 30-May-17 20:18:04

Where can I buy them? Don't want full length ones. Searched online but only place I can find them is H&M but I know their sizing is a bit random so unsure about buying online. I used to have a fantastic pair from Asda, so comfortable, really stretchy waist, came up high but not too high. Don't seem to do them anymore.

Blink1982 Tue 30-May-17 22:25:57

I'm hoping they are all just very late adding them to their site, I can't find any anywhere. I've been wearing Matalan jegging s in two sizes too big which are ok

Sunshinegirl82 Tue 30-May-17 22:29:24

Jojo's have cropped leggings

Sunshinegirl82 Tue 30-May-17 22:32:27

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purpleporpoise Tue 30-May-17 22:34:58

I got some on eBay, they were fine

Eveninties Tue 30-May-17 23:12:42

Checked out asos, no size 12 left... Bought a pair from Amazon but they are like baggy jammy bottoms!

Eveninties Tue 30-May-17 23:15:48

Jojo's look good, bit pricier that I'd have liked but they really are a necessity!

Ammelou Tue 30-May-17 23:17:04 I bought peacocks ones last year and they were good (and cheap).

Spam88 Wed 31-May-17 04:58:39

I was going to suggest H&M. I'm a 10/12 (or was anyway) and found the small leggings fit but the medium were a bit more comfortable later in my pregnancy if that helps?

Sunshinegirl82 Wed 31-May-17 07:00:08

I had the full length Jojo ones and their stuff is nice quality although a bit more pricy!

ElspethFlashman Wed 31-May-17 07:05:12

I lived in Primark ones. They're not maternity but they were the only ones that had the right Capri length. I just wore ordinary ones under dresses and nobody knew.

Floellabella Wed 31-May-17 07:10:15

I've got the H&M ones which I think are great for the price - Im normally a 12 (in normal shops!) and I have medium from them which are comfy.

SayNoToCarrots Wed 31-May-17 07:12:40

I got H&M because I wanted to try them on. I went for the small, size 12 before pregnancy but I have eaten the whole world since conception so yes, sizes are weird.

Eveninties Wed 31-May-17 07:26:15

Where I am, almost no shops have maternity wear in store, so frustrating, I really grudge paying for delivery especially when I'm not sure about what size to get. I saw peacocks online but again no size 12 left! Maybe just bite the bullet and order h&M in a few sizes.

Eveninties Wed 31-May-17 07:28:01

Maybe nip to primark and get some normal bigger sized ones too.

Sunshinegirl82 Wed 31-May-17 07:31:53

I'd give the primark ones a go first maybe. Jojo's have quite a few shops and almost always stock their maternity wear which is why I got a fair bit from there.

I couldn't bear the waistbands across my bump so needed the proper maternity ones that can right up!

Ammelou Wed 31-May-17 07:43:11

I think a medium should be fine from H&M. I was a 8-10 and wore the small ones up until I was full term. That was in the long length style.

Eveninties Wed 31-May-17 19:56:42

I'm now the happy owner of some 3/4 leggings! Was delighted to discover my nearest h&m had an in-store maternity section. Got the large size to give me plenty room to grow.

haveacupoftea Thu 01-Jun-17 01:47:06

For sizes 16+ if any plus size mums are looking for this style.

Carlz84 Thu 01-Jun-17 14:28:02

Sure I saw some in Peacocks, but not sure what the quality is like)?

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