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    Default maternity clothes

    so..maybe i'm fussy, but apart from the plain black or white tops in target/kmart i can't find anything i like in maternity clothes.
    The colours in stores this year are not what i go for, and the styles just don't suit.
    I did find a website called bump baby and beyond that has some nice stuff, can anyone recommend anywhere else?
    I'm only 13 weeks but showing already and i got so big last time with DS

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    Hi op
    Have u tried pumpkin patch maternity? Or if ur after jeans jeans west and just jeans have fashionable maternity jeans just bought myself a pair a few weeks back from jeans west they were 69.95 from memory and are really nice don't even look like maternity jeans. Hth

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    Mammaway website. Nice maternity & BFing clothes

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    Believe it or not Target have really comfy maternity jeans and nice black pants as well. My friend wanted a pair and she's not even pregnant hehe

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    I have bought a heap of nice clothes in pumpkin patch, big W have bonds maternity, I have also got a lot off eBay.

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    Try Queenbee maternity. It has some nice things.

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    i'm a size 14-16 normally, and both jeanswest and just jeans don't have my size in store atm; would rather try them on to make sure they're ok.
    Patch maternity is what i wore last time; I'll check them out again. I wear the fold up pants from targets normal range, so i'll check the jeans out too.
    Thanks heaps for the suggestions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isabel80 View Post
    Try Queenbee maternity. It has some nice things.
    I agree queenbee have some gorgeous stuff, I love the jeans!

    Also, asos online store have maternity clothes too

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    queenbee and mamaway are much more my style! pricey though! I think i'll spoil myself though and buy a few nice things
    Thanks girls!

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    I got heaps of pretty tops from Ebay in America. They have so much nice cheap stuff compared to here.


 

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