Maternity Style Isn’t What It Used To Be

Ladies! Maternity style isn’t what it used to be! I’ve found that looking cute and stylish is easier than ever! There are clothes at every price point, but seriously who wants to spend $150 on maternity jeans?? Not me. In my mind, pregnancy is a temporary thing and although I still want to look and feel good, I don’t want it to cost me. Besides, I have more important things to buy right now. Nurseries aren’t cheap people!

With that being said, I’ve put together a list of my favorite maternity brands that won’t cost you and arm and leg.

Isabel Maternity by Ingrid & Isabel available at Target: They make the best tee’s and tanks in a variety of colors. I bought several at the beginning of my pregnancy and they have fit throughout. They also made my distressed (blackish) jeans.

Asos: They have the biggest selection of maternity clothes. My over the bump grey pencil skirt is from here and goes with everything.

Gap and Old Navy: Since they are sister stores I am grouping them in together. These two are perfect for the business mommy. They have tailored pants, dresses, and blouses to keep you looking great! They also have sales constantly so that’s always nice!

Pink Blush: I have been working with them for the past few months and I absolutely adore them! They have the best dresses, especially for showers and maternity shoots.
–And let me just address what you may be thinking..I was in no way paid to say that or to talk up their brand. I believe in staying true to myself and to my readers so I will always only tell you my honest opinion.– With that being said, I can whole heartedly say that I have loved everything that I have received. I wear my jeans all the time, and the dresses have made me feel pretty and confident in my growing and changing body. For reference, I order a size medium in everything.


Wearing their maternity jeans in a size 27 – shop them HERE
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