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Oneandonecoming's post about maternity clothes has me looking now
However, I am a size 24, and I am not finding anything cute in my size I was thinking of buying a few pairs of pants that walmart sells and putting belly bands in them myself, and just selling them after. I was also looking at torrid.com and seeing if they had some cute plus size shirts, but wow the price is just insane! I have some shirts that will work, but will be too small once my belly gets bigger.
__________________ Ryker Benjamin is coming on Oct 10th, 2014!
I am a 26/28 nd honestly I don't really need maternity clothes, my regular clothes fit throughout my pregnancies. I do have some maternity, but it is all 8 years old. most of it came from JCPenny I think.
My last pregnancy, I got all my stuff at Target, Amazon and Old Navy. I was in an 18/20. I just bought 2 pairs of jeans and 5-6 maternity tshirts, then I wore a cardigan over those when it was too cold to wear just the t-shirt. At home, I hung out in sweats and yoga pants.
My sister is plus-size, and I am almost certain that she got several things from Old Navy. Some things they have in their stores, but there's generally more online, and it depends on your particular store.
Mommy to Jasmine (17), Kirsten (14), Ana (12), Katie (3), Xavier (1), and...
It can be hard to clothes when you are expecting that fit well.
Many stores only stock standard sizes, but if you shop on their website you will find more petite, tall, plus and maternity sizes and styles available. Gap and Old Navy are two stores that offer more sizes online. I'm sure there are others.