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    Hi everyone
    I'm on the hunt for some good, thick maternity leggings that can be worn as pants under a long shirt or very short dress - like the thick ones sold in Witchery or Country Road... NOT HOSIERY!

    Can anyone help?

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    Pumpkin patch they are about $60 I think

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    I think Target sells the ones that go over your belly, not sure how thick they are but they're definitely not hosiery :-)

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    I bought my from big w. I think they were around 20 bucks and lasted ages

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    I got some from eBay, they were really thick and warm. The quality wasn't fabulous, but I used to wear them to work heaps and they lasted me through my pregnancy ok

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    I used to buy mine from kmart! They werent maternity but they easily went over my belly, Thick material and I think they were about $8 each. Other places probably have better quality but I never had any problems, they always lasted ages and were really comfy

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    Target have the thick ones, they are great.
    Pumpkin Patch have them to, but the ones I got are that slippery type of material.

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    I bought ones from supre in the next size up and they were perfect.

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    Default Maternity leggings?

    Yes to think target ones that go over belly. I bought some. I also just bought some of the hot options brand at target in a size up. Stretchy and fitted and were thick and comfortable.

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    Thanks all! Very helpful!


 

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