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    Default Maternity clothes... 😕

    Ok so i have been hunting for reasonably priced maternity clothes particularly for a smart/casual work environement. I got a few things for Asos but target, kmart and big w have nothing and ripe is so expensive! Any recommendations greatly appreciated.

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    Default Maternity clothes... 😕

    Next Direct have some nice maternity clothes that are reasonably priced. Sometimes the website catch of the day have maternity clothes (ripe etc) as one of the sales. Have a look at target online, usually they have a better range than in store (there was quite a bit of maternity wear in ths clearance section last time I had a look.

    Eta: If you are looking for everyday wear Betty basics is quite good. It's not maternity wear but the fabric is usually very stretchy and will easily accommodate a growing belly. Cheap too!
    Last edited by Happymum2; 10-11-2016 at 15:16.

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    I got a heap of stuff at Crossroads

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    Default Sizing

    How did you find the sizing on next direct? I find all maternity clothes are very different.

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    Try crossroads, Susan's and jeans west

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    I second jeanswest. I got non maternity stuff from cotton on too.

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    I also need to find some stuff. I'm in desperate need of work pants. Asos had sold out of my size in a style I liked.

    I've had a quick look at ezibuy, looks like they have a decent range. I tried pants on at crossroads and the length was too short so keep that in mind if you're tall.

    I hate how most maternity clothes are old lady looking lol I think some of the models they use are in their 50s!


 

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