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I know I am going to need sweaters, and sweater dresses for the winter.... but I can not find any cute sweaters or sweater dresses in the size I need.... normally I would wear an XL... but with my belly... I need an XXL or 3X.... depending on how its made.... and all I can find are 3 ugly ones... AGH!!!!
A BIG thank you to *Kiliki* for my beautiful siggy!
Im right there with you. Maternity clothes are expensive and not that cute or well fitting in my opinion. Im recycling the same 3 outfits every 2-3 days because I have nothing to wear. Ive actually had some good luck finding maternity jeans at goodwill believe it or not. Old Navy seems to have some ok options. Being that its still hot outside there aren't very many cute maternity sweaters for sale out there yet, but there will be in a month or so.
I also have a hard time shopping for maternity clothes. Last time I bought all mine at Motherhood and Kolhs. They are just so expensive and you wear them for such a short amount of time, that's what I have such a problem with. I don't really wear sweaters, I just stick with jeans and long sleeve T-shirt and wear hoodies or my leather jacket when outside.
I hate clothes shopping even when I'm not pregnant. I'm well chested and not a small girl. I can never find anything that fits a short fat girl with big boobs lol. I have just been wearing t-shirts and shretchy pants since I am a sahm and don't have to look nice. But the pants I do have I found at good will for 5 bucks. Can't beat that