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    Not sure if Mothercare do them but I 've found some lovely dresses and swimwear in there. I used the Belly Belt until I fit into the maternity jeans that i purchased from Target. Most of the big department stores only have a rack of maternity clothes to choose from and yes, you have to ask where it is!

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    I love just jeans ones. They also do the stretch ribbing around the pockets so there is no giant band that spans all around your belly which can be so uncomfortable when you're bigger and tends not to fit when you're smaller. I can wear mine right from the start of pregnancy through to post birth until I'm ready to wear normal jeans again. They do hipster to mid waists also boot cut or skinny leg. I don't think they are very cheap unless they are on sale or often they do 2 for $100. But they have lasted me a couple of pregnancies so good quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeann View Post
    Not sure if Mothercare do them but I 've found some lovely dresses and swimwear in there. I used the Belly Belt until I fit into the maternity jeans that i purchased from Target. Most of the big department stores only have a rack of maternity clothes to choose from and yes, you have to ask where it is!
    You might find some cheap good quality ones in mothercare before they close down for good. I second the jeanswest recommendation bit maybe you didn't have the correct fit when you went there? I went down two sizes from my non preggo size to get a good fit from them.
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    ASOS online. I got 2 skinny leg pairs for about $60.
    They were awesome and didn't look at all like maternity jeans.

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    'Seraphine' maternity jeans are divine, so comfy and yet still stylish enough to not look like your typical maternity jeans. I even wore mine post natally for a little while till my belly was well and truly back to normal, and you can do that with Seraphine as they don't have those cumbersome belly elastics etc.

    I also lived in 'Earl' which are great too, but have to be careful with sizing as they run a bit on the large size, so you may be smaller than you think.

    'Paper Denim & Cloth' straightleg maternity jeans, which again, don't look 'maternity' were another favourite of mine.

    I'm a bit of a Jeans hoarder!

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    I can also vouch for the Jeans West ones, I wore mine from about 14 weeks all through my pregnancy and still wear them occasionally with a 9 week old bub ;-)

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    Jeans West, Asos, Ripe Maternity, Target or use a belly belt

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    I am completely in love with my asos ones. They are comfy, smart and I think I might even buy some for when I am not pregnant as they look so good.

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    I was in need of skinny legs too. found ASOS were beat value awesome super comfy but don't make size 6 so I returned them. Bought a pair from jeans west they have faded drastically and are a good jean but I don't like how high the over belly bit sits. Also have a pair from Angel maternity they have a low belly band which sits under which I love and super comfy but have stretched and are now no longer skinny legs. They were $70 like jeans west. I say go with ASOS super easy to return as well no hassle

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    At first I just wore my normal jeans with a belly belt. Once I started getting a proper belly I got two pairs of maternity jeans from Just Jeans. I had to get a size bigger than I would normally wear because I found them to be a bit tight around the legs but they are sooo comfy.

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