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Smart work trousers – Oxford Circus

(8 Posts)
Fufulina Wed 09-Jul-08 09:46:36

Hi all,

I need to dive up to Oxford Circus at lunch, and need some smart trousers for a meeting tomorrow. Am 19 weeks. Where will be my best bet?


littlelapin Wed 09-Jul-08 09:47:46

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Fufulina Wed 09-Jul-08 09:50:09

Oh I wish I didn't grin. Didn't know John Lewis had maternity stuff – can you get Isabella Oliver anywhere other than online?

Thanks littlelapin

littlelapin Wed 09-Jul-08 10:36:08

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hoxtonchick Wed 09-Jul-08 10:47:41

don't think john lewis have maternity wear. topshop definitely do, as do h&m. also, dorothy perkins (bond st), & mamas & papas (top of regent st, that's where the h&m is too). or formes, at the bottom of south molton st. probably formes will have the smartest (& most expensive) stuff.

Fufulina Thu 10-Jul-08 08:51:16

Thanks hoxtonchick and ll – was tipped off about formes by a lady here at work yesterday also. Will check it out.

Mimsy2000 Thu 10-Jul-08 08:53:33

H&M and topshop, also dorothy perkins and Next

as far as i'm concerned maternity trousers are a minefield they always fall down or cause some sort of discomfort. skirts and dresses all the way! topshop is brill for the dresses IMO

AtheneNoctua Thu 10-Jul-08 09:02:15

I like Blooming Marvelous for work clothes when I was pregnant. Not sure if there's one in Ofrod Circus though. (but I am also short so the petitie maternity line was very hard to find)

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