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That sell reasonable priced stuff, need casual stuff and smart stuff for work.
New Look.Their £10 maternity jeans are great!
didn't know that newlook did maternity!
Also get a pack of Belly Bands (Bump Bands)from Ebay, then you can wear your normal clothes for longer.
Oh, and Primark do really long stretchy vests for about £2 that will cover your bump.I can sniff out a bargain at 500 paces!!!!!
i got my best things from H&M, particularly smart stuff which is very difficult to find. they also do lots of clothes that aren't maternity but can accommodate a bump.
I say next they have some lovely stuff and go up to big girl size 22!
H & M. They're cheap and stylish.
Seconding New Look - great (and cheap!) black trousers for work. H&M Mama for long vests. Gap (normal, not maternity) for stretchy tops. Variations on this theme has lasted right up until I finished work at 37 weeks!
GAP - I bought a great "capsule" pregnancy wardrobe from there without breaking the bank. Jeans are fab. Also, JoJoMaman Bebe (with MN 10% discount online!)
New Look, Next and Ebay! All great, good prices and comfy x
I love Dorothy Perkins maternity jeans, have 3 pairs...basically have wide elasticated waistbands (below bump) and can even wear after pregnancy as they do not scream out "maternity wear" lol
i second the vote for Dorothy Perkins, could only find thier jeans comfy nobody elses were comfy enough.struggling with long enough short sleaved tops though.
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