I know that Kmart, BigW, pumpkin patch, target and jeans west all see maternity clothes. Does anyone else know of any normal stores that stock maternity clothes? Does Myer and David Jones?
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27-05-2012 08:44 #1
What normal stores sell maternity clothes?
27-05-2012 08:58 #2
Only underwear in Myer and David Jones
27-05-2012 09:05 #3Senior Member
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Some Myer and DJs do, Sydney city for example.
27-05-2012 09:39 #4
I get alot of my maternity wear from Witchery
Sounds strange but I'm 29 weeks and in a pair of medium trackies (they have stretchy band) , long top( it has ruching on the side) and a long cardi
It's all really comfortable and I would highly recommend taking a look
27-05-2012 09:42 #5
I used to live in those stretchy skirts from Cotton On when I was pregs
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27-05-2012 09:45 #6
I bought my maternity gear from Target this time, they actually had some nice normal looking maternity jeans that I got and a lovely BFing/maternity shirt. I'm lucky in the sense I can just buy a few sizes up shirts from my normal size and they are accommodating my bump nicely.
I also bought runners tights from Rebel Sport because they stretched like crazy and I wear them under my skirts. I also got trackies from Rebel Sport as they had this stretchy stuff in the band. Worked for me.
27-05-2012 10:11 #7
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27-05-2012 10:22 #8
I live in a smaller town and we had nothing :-( I shop online ... Next direct ( awesome stuff - great prices ) they have beautiful bub clothes as well!
27-05-2012 11:25 #9
Yeah I always shop online, asos and eBay are my faves but really need to get pants that fit properly. The ones online are always a gamble. I want to physically try stuff on. I find that pants just don't work in larger sizes. I might try cotton on, they are very stretchy and cheap. Off shopping I go!!!
27-05-2012 12:22 #10
I tend to buy normal clothes but stuff with give/drape to it.
Currently wearing a maxi dress with a cardi.
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