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    Etsy.com for me!

    I had the most unique and awesome maternity tops during my pregnancy.

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    Omg! I love asos and totally didn't think about it for maternity wear! I was dreading having to wear maternity gear but feel much better now!

    I can see how etsy would be good too, will def check that out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToughLove View Post
    Etsy.com for me!

    I had the most unique and awesome maternity tops during my pregnancy.
    Goodness me, is there anything you CAN'T buy on Etsy? Love it!

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    www.bohomama.com.au

    some of the stuff is a bit on the expensive side but so flexible and my mum has brought some just because she likes it (no pregnancy for her)

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    I just bought bigger normal clothes, but im a plus size any way so there werent any maternity clothes to fit me.

    Tshirts, maxi dresses, skirts etc are great. Anything from over seas is good as they are getting rid of their summer stuff before our summer starts so you get a good bargain.

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    Yeah I just buy 'normal' clothes that accommodate my belly. Dresses & stretchy tops. And I have a great belly band I got from seed to keep my pants up/cover my belly when things get too short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeamummy View Post
    Don't buy maternity clothes!!! Try and find 'normal' clothes that can accommodate your beautiful belly.
    Maxi dresses
    Black tights with short dresses or long tops

    I wore kookai dresses as tops and because they are stretchy material I still wear them 15 months later.
    Yep this is what I did! I lived in long skirts and maxi dresses while pregnant, none of them were 'maternity' clothes.

    However as my bump grew too large for normal stretchy singlets, I just bought a few maternity tops from Kmart with the elastic in the side (in basic colours so they could go with everything). The Kmart maternity singlets and tshirts are excellent quality in my opinion, they fit really well and the prices are great.

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    After reading this thread I just jumpped on the ASOS site and placed a $70 order. $70 for 4 items is a bargain i think!

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    Another Old Navy fan here. My first order arrived yesterday and I'm thrilled. Finally! Comfy, good quality, NICE maternity clothes that don't cost a bomb. And despite coming from the States, it only took 10 days, including New Year. I will never buy maternity crap at Kmart, Big W or Target again. The range is rubbish and they never fit properly on me (and I'm a "normal" shape).

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    Thanks for the sites everyone!

    To those buying from Old Navy - do you get shipping through their website or through someone like HopShopGo?


 

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