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It wasn’t until halfway through my second trimester that I became desperate for maternity clothes. However, I did invest in two pairs of maternity leggings right off the bat (zero regrets)!
Around week 23, I got so sick of rummaging through my clothes, trying to find something to wear! It was still freezing cold here in the Midwest, and I was cycling through the same pair of maternity leggings (I now own 3 of the same pair) and 2 comfy, oversized sweaters.
Target has a few maternity options, but not many, so I decided to look online. Some of the maternity clothes I found were SO expensive. Way more than I typically pay for clothes.
I decided to give Shein a try, and I’m so glad I did. I purchased a HUGE box of maternity clothes and only spent $200.00. Pregnancy changes are hard enough without your clothes being super uncomfortable and awkward on your body. Feeling good in what you are wearing is worth every penny!
I bought 3 different types/brands of maternity leggings and NONE compare to the Old Navy active maternity leggings. I live in them! I started with one pair and now I own three. The black, long sleeve dress has been my go-to whenever I want to look “nice.”
I’m also digging these overcoat type sweaters! They are lightweight and so easy to throw on with leggings for a cute, but comfortable look. I also invested in a couple pairs of maternity overalls. They are like wearing PJs, so no complaints here! I’m linking everything I purchased (& love) below.
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- My First Trimester: A Quick Bumpdate
Navigating the changes your body goes through to create a human life is hard enough! If your clothes start feeling uncomfortable during pregnancy, do not hesitate to invest in a few staple pieces that make you feel good in your own skin. From one expecting mama to another, it’s important!