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#1 of 6 Old 02-08-2011, 11:28 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Where is the best place to find used and/or affordable maternity and nursing clothing in Salt Lake? Thanks!

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I know there are a few consignment shops around town that specialize in maternity, but I always look under the maternity clothes section in the ksl classifieds. Last pregnancy I got my whole maternity wardrobe about 30 peices, all high quality for 85 bucks


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I've gotten some great maternity jeans at Kid to Kid, believe it or not, they have stuff for moms, too. I went to the one in West Valley. I think I paid six bucks for a pair of jeans that is usually fifty and still looked new. 

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I second the recommendation for maternity clothes from the Kid to Kid in West Valley. Barely used maternity jeans for six bucks. Also, Ross has a ton of great maternity clothes for cheap. I went to the one in brickyard. Super cute stuff that won't break the bank. I think I paid twelve bucks for maternity jeans there. Maxi dresses are great for pregnancy, also. I can't stand pressure on my belly while I'm prego and maxi dresses fit so great while looking wonderful, and super comfy to boot. 

 

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If you're willing to drive a few minutes north to Layton, there is a great store called Honeybump Maternity. They are a consignment store and they have  maternity and nursing clothes. They have great stuff at great prices, and I adore the owner; she'd fit right in on mothering.com


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Target has a maternity section. There is Pea in a Pod at the Gateway Mall. Also - www.lactationstation.com/ on highland drive I think and www.earthgoodsgeneralstore.com/ on 13th s and 9th e has some crunchy mama stuff in there! 

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