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Need a Special Occasion Maternity Dress? You're Going to Love This!

maternity dressesThere are a lot of special events that can happen during a pregnancy, from Holidays to weddings to your baby shower. And of course you want to look and feel your very best, but do you really want to blow money on an expensive maternity dress? Especially considering you’ll probably only wear it a couple of times in your life?

Here is what every pregnant woman needs to know: RentMaternityWear.com has gorgeous designer maternity dresses (like from Christian Siriano and Olian Maternity) that you can rent for a fraction of the price. This way you can look all dolled up and gorgeous, and then be able to send it back in a pre-paid mailer after the event. You don’t even have to clean it, as dry cleaning is included in your rental price.

Dresses are grouped by occasion (date night, wedding, baby shower, cocktail party) and start at $35 for a week’s rental with over half of the collection under $40. And because each dress is only sent out three or four times, the dresses are always in new or next-to-new condition. The best part? You can even order dresses in multiple sizes (for free!) and return whatever doesn’t fit within 48 hours.

Continue reading to see what kind of maternity dresses we’re talking about…

Baby Shower:

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Olian Maternity Wrap Dress: Originally $110; Rental $35 for one week

Find more baby shower dresses here.

Date Nights:

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Maternal America Maternity Dress: Originally $118; Rental $35 for one week

Find more date night dresses here.

Cocktail Parties:

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Maternal America Sheath Maternity Dress: Originally $162; Rental $39 for one week

Find more cocktail dresses here.

Weddings:

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Christian Siriano Chiffon Maternity Dress: Originally $226; Rental $70 for one week

Find more maternity dresses for weddings, here.

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