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My Favorite Maternity Clothes Source

By Melanie Blodgett |

Shade Clothing I was under the impression that finding cute maternity clothes would be a lot easier than it really is. I haven’t reached the nothing-fits-anymore stage but I’ve definitely reached that-top-is-not-flattering-anymore stage. I’ve returned countless of online orders but there is one shop I keep on ordering from (three times in the last week!) and I figured you’d like to know about it too. I first became a fan of Shade a few years ago for their basic, longer length, layering tees and have now decided their basic maternity tees are my best friend. I just order them in every color and wear them under cardigans. Maternity wardrobe problem solved. Take a look at some of my fave affordable picks from the shop. Did I mention they offer free shipping both ways? Bonus!

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Shade Clothing

Pintucked Tunic - $59.50

I think a good thing to ask yourself is, "Would I wear this if I wasn't pregnant?" This one passes the test.
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Melanie Blodgett writes daily on her blog You Are My Fave, which features a mix of parties, projects, and fave finds. She's currently settling into her first home in Denver with her husband Ryan and their baby son Beck. Read bio and latest posts → Read Melanie's latest posts →

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5 thoughts on “My Favorite Maternity Clothes Source

  1. Heather says:

    These clothes are really cute, but would have been too expensive for me when I was pregnant. I had a lot of luck with Old Navy maternity clothes. I always bought them online, and never had a problem. They offer free shipping with orders of $50 or more. And you can usually find an promo code for a discount.

  2. Melanie says:

    Thank you for this! I’m 26 weeks and growing by the second (at least it feels that way!) and the clothes I’ve been wearing aren’t really working anymore… although Liz Lange Maternity tank tops and cardigans have been a lifesaver. Also, check out asos.com. They have some cute, trendy, maternity clothes.

  3. Carly P says:

    I just found this new service (www.fashionforwardmaternity.com) that rents designer maternity clothes–they have a great selection and let you exchange your clothes every couple months for different items. Best of all, you get to send the clothes back when you’re done with them so no more storing boxes of old maternity clothes in your closet!

  4. Lashley says:

    While not maternity, the Threads4Thought brand (I get mine at Whole Foods) tees are really long. The basic short sleeves are just $10, but they have some more style-y ones that are a bit more expensive.

  5. Julia P says:

    Even though this post is almost 6 months old, I’m so glad I stumbled across it. The regular prices are too much for me but I just got a slew of things on sale, the most expensive was $14.99 and several items at $6.99! And so my style too!

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