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Maternity leggings

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crazybutterflylady Sun 07-Oct-12 21:46:00

I've got 2 pairs of the Boden ones which I think are ok, but one pair is far too big because I didn't read the 'size down' reviews.
I need another pair but they are now out of stock for 8 weeks which is a bit of a shame when you're 24 weeks pregnant...
Can anyone suggest good alternatives please? Must be over bump.
Thanks <hopeful>

CaffeineDeficit Sun 07-Oct-12 21:49:45

I haven't bought them in a while (DS is now 2!) but I lived in Asos soft touch leggings when I was pregnant - had about three pairs. They're only £12/pair, so might be worth a punt

rubyhorse Sun 07-Oct-12 21:50:57

I've bought some from Matalan. They do the job and are very comfy.

TheDetective Sun 07-Oct-12 21:51:31

H&M ones are good. I have these - they aren't see through grin

EntWife Sun 07-Oct-12 21:54:08

H&M ones are brilliant as are Debenhams. Dorothy Perkins ones were horrid.

ceeveebee Sun 07-Oct-12 21:54:28

DorothyPerkins do over the bump leggings, ok quality, not too pricy

RightUpMyRue Sun 07-Oct-12 21:55:14

I have a pair from next, they're OK, a bit thin but a good generous over the bump bit. I bought some from verbaudet and they're rubbish. They feel a bit thicker than the next ones but I don't see what distinguishes them non-maternity leggings, no room for the belly!

Very annoying that neither next nor M+S have maternity clothes in-store any longer so you have to buy it all mail order and pay for delivery only to discover you hate it all and send it back. Grr angry

I'll be looking at the asos ones.

ceeveebee Sun 07-Oct-12 22:09:22

M&S will deliver to their own stores free of charge, think next will too.

monkeysmama Sun 07-Oct-12 22:20:55

The Seraphine bamboo ones are wonderful.

LetsKateWin Sun 07-Oct-12 22:22:15

I bought mine from Pretty Pregnant. By far the best pair I've ever owned.

HorraceTheOtter Mon 08-Oct-12 10:50:37

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tipp2chicago Mon 08-Oct-12 10:51:52

H&M did lovely ones when I was pregnant earlier this year so two thumbs up there.

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