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Maternity Clothing

See through your pregnancy in style with on-trend and comfortable maternity clothing for every occasion.

The expectant mum can find her ideal clothes for work, formal events and for every day wear among new and second-hand maternity wear. And when the baby arrives, a selection of garments for nursing will be an essential addition to the new mum's wardrobe

Maternity tops are a wardrobe essential which are comfortable and versatile without lacking in style. A long-sleeved scoop neck top is great for pairing with jeans or trousers and to layer under cardigans or jackets, and the expectant mum can find one with ruched edges to adapt to her growing bump in any colour she prefers. Or show off your bump in a pretty short-sleeved maternity blouse with waist tie, made from stretchy viscose and elastane to adapt to your changing size.

Leggings are a comfortable choice to wear through pregnancy and are ideal to team with tunics or hip-length tops. There is a wide variety of leggings to choose from, including a versatile pair of full-length black leggings, with an elasticated waist which fits over your bump. Over-the-bump ankle-length leggings are also available in a wide choice of colours such as white, brown, red, denim and plum.

Maternity jeans can be bought in an under or over-the-bump style, and the choice you make depends on what you find most comfortable to wear. For an under-the-bump style, there are pairs of stretch jeans in light and dark blue, with an elasticated waist band. Over-the-bump skinny jeans can be bought in navy blue, with an elasticated waist to fit your growing bump.

A selection of pretty maternity dresses are perfect for work or to wear on a special occasion. A versatile V-neck dress with ¾-length sleeves made from soft stretchy material in several colours is practical for work, every day wear and for formal events. Or turn heads in a second-hand Isabella Oliver ruched dress in navy.

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