I just got a new pair of maternity jeans from Just Jeans, I didn't even know they did maternity till I saw a poster in their window.
They are so comfy and quite cheap compared to some other brands. Most important, they actually look like normal jeans, i got skinny black ones and boot cut blue ones.
I'm just over the moon to have something that fits. Sorry for the gush
Oh and I know I shouldn't call them fat pants, but hubby started it and its sort of stuck.
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29-04-2012 18:03 #1
Love my new Fat Pants!!!!
29-04-2012 18:09 #2Senior Member
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I love love love mine! I ended up with 2 long pairs and a 3/4 pair.
There are the comfiest jeans and they aren't baggy in the bum like some other brands!!!
29-04-2012 23:51 #3
Do you have any idea what sizes they go up to? I've been just using "nanna pants" - elasticated waist ones in a size or 2 bigger than usual... yes, complete with saggy *** lol. They're starting to get snug now, but it's hard to find maternity wear in my small-ish town, except the baby shops where 1 pair of maternity pants was over $200 I swear I nearly died that day.
30-04-2012 00:56 #4
I bought 1 pair of maternity pants at Target and they are nice. They aren't jeans, though. They are black and loose but are great for work. I wear them around the house too, because they are the most comfortable pants I have right now and they weren't TOO bad price wise.
My mother bought me a pair of the jeans kind of maternity pants and they are okay...but they are baggy in the bum and the elastic in the stomach folds over when I sit down (it isn't meant to fold). Annoying! I would love a pair that look like jeans and actually fits & feels comfortable. Thanks for the tip about Just Jeans.
30-04-2012 01:51 #5
Thanks, I'd forgotten about those. I'll have to see if I can find some here. If it were summer it would be much easier, skirts make fantastic maternity wear because you can always let them sit below the bump and wear a longer top. Pants you do that... and get the saggy nanna bum lol. It would all be fine if I didn't have to leave the house. I could stay in bed all day wearing anything I wanted. Oh, if only.
30-04-2012 08:07 #6
ahhhhhh look trying to fit ok priced maternity it horrible i tend to go for yoga pants from target i went to kmart big w target an there ranges are terrible if they even have one i had to go to several stores before i could find any pants that like what u say dont sag in the bum or make me look heaps bigger than i am jeans are so hard to find so ill be going in to have a look thanks
30-04-2012 09:34 #7
30-04-2012 10:08 #8
I got my maternity jeans from Jeans west - I think it was $100 for 2? Or around that price.... I also got some black skinny legs and blue boot cut.
I LIVE in them (and my fluffy pj's at home).
I am now 32 weeks so sporting a fairly obvious bump and they are still really comfortable - I totally recommend checking them out. And I will probably wear them after bub is out in the world - may never go back to normal jeans - love not having to deal with a zipper when I go to the toilet lol!!
30-04-2012 10:35 #9
Was just thinking about how my 'Belly Belt' was the BEST thing I ever bought! I'm nearly 7 months and can still wear my normal jeans with it. It cost me about $25 from Big W for a pack of 4 differnt sizes and it's just a strip that attaches to your buttons. I lost if for 2 days last week and was devastated without it, lol! Found it under my bed
30-04-2012 10:40 #10Senior Member
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Can't beat comfort and style in a pair of maternity jeans! I got a pair of skinny Jeans west jeans on friday and they are soooo comfy while still looking fashionable and a couple of pairs of yoga style pants from big w, I'm loving my maternity pants! all I need now is a pair of black tights.
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