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    Default Best maternity jeans?

    Recommendations please!

    Just Jeans have under belly, but I'm not sure how well they'd stay up?
    Jeans West have over belly, they seem good.

    Thoughts? My rubber band is digging into my tummy!!

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    I think mine were target - will check tomorrow when I can get to my wardrobe lol
    Loved them anyway and still wear them now with the tummy band folded down :-p

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    Loved my Jeans West maternity jeans, so comfy. Ripe Maternity do great pants too.

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    I had just jeans under the belly and they always fell down, a real pain

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    Jeans West and I also agree with Ripe.

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    to be honest - for a long time I just had a tubigrip type thing under my jeans, and used a hair lacky to from the buttonhole to the button ... and work a long top or jumper.

    I had some comfortable ones I bought from Target though

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    Yep jeans west lover here too.

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    I had blue Just Jeans ones which I loved & wore all the time, and black JeansWest ones that made my legs feel itchy & I found the over belly part uncomfortable so I folded it down anyway.
    The Just Jeans ones had a proper button & fly too, the JeansWest ones were pull-on. Depends on what you prefer.

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