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The Best Maternity Pants EVER

best maternity pants First off, let me say, my bump has no style.

I feel somewhat envious of women who have the gumption to focus on fashion during pregnancy, but really, it just isn’t much of a concern for me.

Of course, it may have something to do with the fact that I have zero selection in maternity clothing locally. I live in a small city, and we have literally one store that carries maternity clothing, and even there — it is only one rack! Imagine if you will, every pregnant woman in my town scrapping for a few meager maternity pieces.

I actually showed up at my friend’s baby shower last weekend wearing the exact same maternity shirt that she had chosen for the day. Needless to say, everyone got a good laugh!

While I am undoubtedly a pregnancy fashion failure, I know what I like, and what I like is to be comfortable. Luckily, I have found a pair of maternity pants that are the epitome of comfort.

So, want to know my pick for the best maternity pants EVER?

They are none other than Old Navy’s Maternity Roll-Panel Yoga Pants.

These maternity yoga pants from Old Navy are soft, stretchy, and feature a roll panel that gives you the option to wear them over, or below the belly.

Fitted in the hips and thighs, with a boot-cut leg, these pants are just perfect, perfect, perfect.

I am 5′ 7″, and sometimes I find that pants can run a little short on me, especially after being washed, but these pants are nice and long, which I love.

I will recommend, if you pick up a pair of these pants, to order a size smaller than what you think you need. If you notice the reviews on Old Navy’s website, most buyers recommend this as well.

I only wish I would have found these pants sooner, they are seriously just blissfully comfortable!

Do you have a favorite piece of maternity clothing?

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