From the article: Maternity Coats for Pregnancy
It's cold outside and you're pregnant. While you may feel warmer while pregnant, if it's cold enough you still need to dress for the weather. So what do you do about a winter coat? Do you buy a special coat? Leave your coat unbuttoned? Just go for a scarf and gloves? Share Your Experience
- well I live in a country wher you have to feel cold only men may stay warm. I Live in the Netherlands. And every coat I see is made of polyester. I am due late February.
- —Guest anna
My idea for a coat.
- I am due in April, and I'm a tiny girl (xs and petite) so I bought a new unisex black leather coat that fits my husband and is a bit big on me, My husband needed a new winter coat as of this winter anyways. Because the coat is big on me the wind goes right trough it so over it I wear a cloak or Poncho (very in style right now so easy to find.) Thus my suggestion, wear an old coat undone or your husband/partners coat with a cloak/poncho over it.
- —Guest Mandi
- I like layering in cooler weather even when I'm not pregnant, so I'd rather do that than buy a coat. I feel like, with multiple layers, I have more control over my body temperature, especially if I'm going in and out of the cold weather (during shopping, for example).
- I was so hot when I was pregnant, I was just glad when winter came. I only wore my regular clothes and a pair of gloves all winter.