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Hunterflower7 Fri 15-Jul-16 23:05:56

Ladies I am utterly clueless and suffering from baby brain, and I am unable to find any 'nice' maternity clothes. I have looked at all the usual websites, and considering I live in a major city- none of the shops in the centre seem to have much of a range besides leggings and stripy tops.
I am tall anyway, so finding tops to cover my relatively small bump is proving difficult, as is finding decently lengthed dresses. (Is that even a word? confused )

Do you have any suggestions or recommendations of items you bought that you found useful, wash well and possibly go on to be wearable post birth also?

Thanks in advance flowers

Onsera3 Sat 16-Jul-16 13:27:54

Isabella Oliver tops are really long. The basic scoop neck tanks and long sleeve ones. Poppy style one also long and good for breastfeeding. They do 'layering' versions of some and they are super long.

Hunterflower7 Sun 17-Jul-16 13:54:32

Fab thankyou onsera, I will check them out flowers

Badgoushk Sun 17-Jul-16 14:35:11

I second that re Isabella Oliver although they are expensive. I also have a couple of nice tops from Jojo Maman Bebe and Boden (although I think they have stopped doing maternity now). However the Isabella Oliver tops could definitely be worn again post natally.


NEmum Sun 17-Jul-16 14:39:29

Hi! I bought some lovely dresses, modern & good length from topshope & Jojo maman Bebe, sales on right now too.

I have also struggled with decent plain tops. I have resorted to cotton tees from primark in a bigger size, it's working for me so far! Maternity tops are pretty awful...

Good luck!

Haggisfish Sun 17-Jul-16 14:41:42

New look maternity online and Asos online too.

hecallsmebunny Sun 17-Jul-16 21:10:26

I didn't want to spend much on things I'd only be wearing for a few months. Got some tops from purpless maternity on eBay (sell on amazon too I think). Lots of different styles but I liked the plain long sleeved tees with ruched sides which were good post baby too. Not amazing quality but good enough! Asos can be good too.

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