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    I bought some maternity leggings off asos. I'm a tall and slim size 8-10 usually. bought the leggings in a size 12. they were too big for me for a while but once I got some belly happening and basically after all my normal jeans became too small, I wore the leggings constantly, they took me right through to birth. I put on about 10kg in total in pregnancy.

    they're pretty inexpensive so you could just get a couple of pairs in your next size up and see how you go. the over the bump waistband was pretty generous and leggings are pretty forgiving.

    I bought mine in a maternity starter pack and got the leggings, a long line over the bump singlet and a belly band (all in black). it was great, not sure if that's still available on their site though.

    I never wore jeans during pregnancy. wore my normal ones as long as they would fit (I didn't get far past 12-14 weeks I think) then just switched to leggings.

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    I wore mamaway leggings through my pregnancy. Pricey but sooo comfortable! Lol

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    Thanks ladies! Some online shopping is on the cards then I think

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    Jeans west have great maternity jeans too.

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    This is great info, thanks everyone. I'm only 4 and a half weeks but my lower tummy is so bloated and firm that I find it uncomfortable to sit in jeans all day at work - I have to undo the button! Great idea to get cheaper leggings in different sizes!

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    I found asos to be generously sized but pretty thin ( not gr8 if u live somewhere cold). I wore a.lot of supre ones that sat under my bump but i tossed them once.i had.my bub. I'm thinking about getting some.skirted ones from yesstyle this time. Maybe even some fleece lined ones (in canberra it is cold!)

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    anyone tried the Target maternity leggings? they have free shipping over a certain spend so was going to try order one in my size and one up in a few different varieties that they stock, then get DH to return the rest. (Dr's orders on bed rest so online shopping here I come :P)

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    Jeanswest have a 40% of sale at the moment. I bought 2 pairs of maternity jeans there on Tuesday. You can order online.

    I found their sizes funny though. I'm usually a size 8 in jeans and assumed I might be an 8 or 10 but they were way too big on me. I needed the 6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumteng View Post
    anyone tried the Target maternity leggings? they have free shipping over a certain spend so was going to try order one in my size and one up in a few different varieties that they stock, then get DH to return the rest. (Dr's orders on bed rest so online shopping here I come :P)
    I nearly bought some target tops online until i went into the store and saw how cheap and thin the fabric was. Not sure about the leggings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumteng View Post
    anyone tried the Target maternity leggings? they have free shipping over a certain spend so was going to try order one in my size and one up in a few different varieties that they stock, then get DH to return the rest. (Dr's orders on bed rest so online shopping here I come :P)
    I didn't really like the target stuff although I didn't try the leggings. Jeanswest had some nice clothes.

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