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post #21 of 24
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I always thought Forever 21 was for teenagers. Now, I'll have to stop in at the mall. Thanks for that!


It was when they introduced the maternity line, which caused a HUGE stink online. Everyone blamed it on "16 and Pregnant." lol.gif
post #22 of 24
With my last pregnancy, I lived in a pair of jeans that my mom bought me from Pea in a Pod. The belly band on it was thin, stretchy and went all the way over my belly. I had a couple other pairs of pants and capris that I got, but they cut in the middle of my belly and I couldn't stand them and never wore them. I think it's definitely good to find a pair of quality pants, even if they're a little spendy. Most of my maternity clothes came from Ross. Our closest Old Navy (2 hours away!) had a very limited supply. I think it has since increased and I have about $50 on a gift card, so I may have to check them out at some point. Also, our Macy's just brought in some Motherhood Maternity clothes. My first pregnancy, no one in our county carried maternity which boggled my mind!
post #23 of 24

Honestly, with my last pregnancy, I ordered most, if not all, of my maternity online from motherhood and ebay. I had no problems with sizing or anything. Brick and mortar stores, for the most part, have limited selection and, in my case, are a bitch to get to.

post #24 of 24
I went to Ross today to check out maternity shirts. I got two really nice maternity shirts and a camisole for about $20. You can't beat that!
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