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Please help me find some decent maternity clothes

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PyjamasLlamas Sun 07-Jun-15 23:16:09

I'm on a roll tonight with thread starting so here's another.

Why are there no decent maternity clothes anywhere?!

I'm 22 weeks pregnant and getting bigger everyday. Pre-pregnancy was a 10-12 and haven't put on that much weight due to hypermesis until a few weeks ago. But my arse is huuuuuuuuge. I look ridiculous.

Anyway can't find anything to wear.

Baggy trousers/harem pants etc: look massive, too long, drowning in them, unflattering etc (am 5'2)
Dresses: arse looks abou a mile wide
Maxi dresses: hideous
Skinny jeans: can't breathe

For cultural reasons I can't do bare arms or short skirts/dresses either so I'm going to boil in the summer.

What to weeeear????

PyjamasLlamas Sun 07-Jun-15 23:17:00

Bare shoulders I mean. So has to have sleeves of some kind..

Itscurtainsforyou Mon 08-Jun-15 00:27:29

Leggings and long t-shirts/tunics?

H&M are usually OK for cheap basics.

straight leg jeans (under bump)?

vest tops with long cardigan over?

Oly4 Mon 08-Jun-15 17:05:08

Look, you just need to accept you're going to look massive �� Wait til you're 38 weeks, then it's a nightmare.
For what it's worth, I absolutely love Gap maternity stuff. It wears so well and is comfy. I also got some gems in the Seraphine and Blossom sales

hazelnutlatte Mon 08-Jun-15 18:00:46

I am about the same height and size as you. I am now 38 weeks and look like a weeble. Nothing is flattering so I'm going for comfortable.
H&M do some long tunic tops with sleeves in a variety of different colours. They are thin material so not too hot. I have them in a variety of colours and usually wear them with leggings (also from H&M).
I also have some good basics from new look - their maternity jeans / trousers come in short length which is handy, and they do lots of Jersey basics on their website.

PyjamasLlamas Mon 08-Jun-15 21:49:50

Why does everyone in the Seraphine catalogue look so bloody amazing? angry and on Pinterest??

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