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hmyh23 Sun 20-Aug-17 12:21:11

Can anyone recommend some? I want over the bump I think. I'm 16 weeks and my jeans are just too uncomfortable now to keep wearing them!

Doggoslothlady Sun 20-Aug-17 12:22:07

I really like the new look Ones, really comfy smile

cherryontopp Sun 20-Aug-17 12:45:13

I got some New Look leggings and there really comfy got mine off eBay wouldn't pay full price for maternity gear

Decaffstilltastesweird Sun 20-Aug-17 12:48:04

Watching with interest! I've given up on maternity jeans and bought a pair of denim dungarees instead.

All my mat jeans fall off; size down, they roll down and expose my bump. My usual size just fall off angry.

Sakura03 Sun 20-Aug-17 13:04:49

Watching with interest too😊 I'm approaching 28 weeks and have been wearing M&S linen trousers a size up from my normal size but they feel extreme uncomfortable now...

weewheely Sun 20-Aug-17 13:06:00

Dorothy Perkins are great.

weewheely Sun 20-Aug-17 13:06:41

Posted too soon, they have a belt loop as well as the belly band which means they stay up well.

hmyh23 Sun 20-Aug-17 20:32:52

Thanks everyone. Has anyone tried the Topshop ones? A friend recommended them.

Gintoxicated Sun 20-Aug-17 21:48:18

H&M jeans are the best I've found. They fit really well and only £25. I prefer them to the topshop ones

Lulu2515 Sun 20-Aug-17 22:21:29

I agree with the h&m ones!

DeludedDoris Sun 20-Aug-17 22:23:18

I loved the mothercare ones.

coconutsmoothie Mon 21-Aug-17 01:03:56

LOVED the top shop ones personally!! I found the new look maternity jeans lost their elasticity quickly and just looked 'saggy'! They are more expensive but worth it IMO.

Stickaforkinimdone Mon 21-Aug-17 01:07:05

Topshop over bump jeans are fab but they do come up quite big size wise; the over bump section is really comfy and deep though-I've lived in mine!
Also really rate H&M over the bump jeans and trousers

NC1990 Mon 21-Aug-17 08:55:24

I love the Topshop over bump jeans, I have two pairs of the Joni style and they're great. I tried the New Look ones and found them really baggy on my legs, depends how you like them to look though (I like them super skinny!).

TheEdgeOfGlory266 Mon 21-Aug-17 08:57:05

H&M over the bump jeans for me too! I think they're great!

tuxedocat Mon 21-Aug-17 09:04:36

Depends how fussy you are with your jeans - asos weren't skinny enough in the leg so I got topshop joni and they're so comfy. Worth the money if you like wearing jeans!

moggle Mon 21-Aug-17 09:31:37

Last time it was mothercare, this time H&M are the only ones I'm finding comfy. Though I did find a pair in debenhams (red herring often has a maternity section). You really need to try them on.

Fruitcorner123 Mon 21-Aug-17 22:03:08

I have lived in my Next ones since about 16/17 weeks. They offer different lengths which I need as I am tall. Wish I had them in my other pregnancies.

Wowzel Mon 21-Aug-17 22:07:46

The mamalicious ones are brilliant.

princesssparkle9985 Mon 21-Aug-17 22:46:58

I didn't like any of the usual recommended ones like New Look or H&M. Topshop Leigh were ok early pregnancy but not after 5 months for some reason. I randomly found Dorothy Perkins over the bump jeans last week that I love and have been wearing loads already. Think it depends on your normal size or shape anyway. I'm a 14-16 so jean shopping tends to stress me out regardless of having a bump! Leggings rule and Topshop beats them all for me for maternity leggings.

EmilyK83 Tue 22-Aug-17 08:49:14

I'm 15 weeks and bought some from Matalan yesterday - the sort with the wide elasticated waistband rather than over bump (as I have no bump yet) - wearing them today and they're so comfortable!

Expectingbsbunumber2 Tue 22-Aug-17 12:54:10

I have new look maternity jeans they are so comfy but the over bump ones are better than the under bump I find x

TriJo Tue 22-Aug-17 16:12:45

I love Gap overbump skinny jeans. Have 2 pairs from last time and I'm living in them again.

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