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    I bought ripe maternity ones. I was given a pair of pumpkin patch ones from a girl at work she used when preg and found them comfy as anything.

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    I got a belly belt. Still comfortable at 24 weeks but not sure about later on. I got it from babybunting. I'm worried about how maternity jeans might fit (sizing etc) as I can't get them in a brand I usually get so would have to get a brand I haven't tried.

    Eta: hoping that by the time I'm bigger, I'll ditch the jeans alltogether & wearing dresses and/or tights & leggings.

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    These responses are really helpful thank you! Keep them coming!!

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    I've bought some cheap jeggings from Crossroads in a size larger than I usually wear to keep me clothed during the in between not quite showing period. One pair were $7 one pair were $5. They are stretchy with a bit of give. When I'm bigger, I'm going to unstich the sides and sew some elastic wedges in to make them materity jeggings. Easy, and means 2 skinny leg maternity jeans for under $20. I wear jeans to work, I intend to live in these!

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    I got 2 pairs for $99 from jeans west ad love them but I'm regretting spending so much because most of my pregnancy will be in summer so jeans won't be a big item on my to wear list.

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    Had 2x jeanswest jeans and 1x jeanswest shorts both with the band that is attached and goes over the belly. These have been so worthwhile until I was about 28 weeks. - now I don't like stuff over my bump. I also had some low ones with the side elastic like you mentioned from target. These are no good now as bub is head down and does NOT like it when I wear them haha. So just in dresses now until it comes. Will prob use them all after it comes until I'm back in my regular clothes.

    Oh and I have a band from big w but really don't use it stay in your clothes as long as you can because maternity clothes get so boring towards the end!

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    I had the target jeans! I loved them. Until the end. Then I felt like everything was too tight.
    But I loved them. I also second the maternity leggings from target.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    has anyone tried the target maternity jeans with the elastic panels each side?
    I have a pair from target with elastic where the front pockets would be. They're a bit big for me so I don't wear them, but the elastic is much comfier than something over my belly.

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    I'm someone who shows early too.

    At such an early stage I just use an elastic band and loop it they the hole and put the other end around the button.

    The belly band was still too big for me at 6 weeks and so I kept having to pull my pants up.

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    So it looks like for now I dont need to invest in anything. Just grab a hair tie and long top! Awesome!

    Once thats no good Target jeans and leggings. I wore their leggings last time they were great. I never wore jeans with my first!?

    As most of my pregnancy will b in summer I think some good maxi dresses will b the way to go too!

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