From the article: Looking Stylish in Pregnancy Without Sacrificing Comfort
Maternity clothes. When you're not very pregnant, you're anxious to wear them, by the end you've only got an outfit or two left that you can wear and you're ready to burn it! At what point in pregnancy did you have to wear maternity clothes? How many weeks or months gestation were you? Did you have to wear them or want to wear them? Was it a comfort thing? How far along were you?
- Some of my clothes wouldn't fit almost immediately but I could stil fit in most things until the 20 week mark. Once I made the switch I wished I had done it sooner. Maternity clothes are so comfy!
- —Guest Sam
7months one day
- I jst can't wait to start wearing materinty gown dis is my first pregnancy,am always surfing the net for one thing or the other concerning my pregnancy
- —Guest ehimare
I'm 9 weeks pregnant
- I'm 9 weeks pregnant and I had a really small waist I was a size 2 now my clothes doesn't fit me I can't wear jeans or my dresses even my loose tops don't fit!its really uncomfortable I wear pjs 24/7 do you think should start investing in some maternity wear?
- —Guest sash
- This is my fourth baby and I seem to be getting larger faster. I think maternity clothes will be in my near future. Pants are already to small and my belly is peaking out of my shirts....lol.
- —Guest Donna mommy of 3
14 weeks along
- I'm pregnant with my second child and am just starting to slowly buy maternity clothes. I still fit into all my pre preggo clothes but with the assistance of belly bands and rubber bands. With my first, I waited until I was about 4.5 months along. I resisted as long as I could, and for what? Something in my head told me to stretch my regular clothes as long as humanly possible. Towards the end I was very uncomfortable, and it was unflattering. When I finally tried on maternity pants I felt like such a dolt for having waited so long. Oh the comfort!! And had to go on a shopping spree bcuz i desperately needed new clothes, as you can imagine, that got expensive, further dampening my mood. Now at 14 weeks, I'm starting to buy shirts, and keeping an eye on shorts/pants and sales. So much kinder on the budget when you can purchase things on sale/ clearance :)
- —Guest Sofie's mom
- I am 14 weeks and have been in maternity pants for a few weeks, even though I am still below my prepreg weight thanks to horrible morning sickness. I can still fit in regular pant just can't button them and I felt weird walking around with my pants undone. I can still wear most of my regular shirts but they are not going to last much longer.
- —Guest Cknick
14 - 16 weeks
- I bought my first maternity clothing around 14 weeks, and they were more comfy, but for a while I could still wear my regular pants with a belly band. I think I've been totally in maternity pants since at least week 20, although I still have some non-maternity tops that I can wear.
- —Guest Christine
- I will be 27 weeks Tuesday and I just bought maternity clothes today. I can still fit into my pre-pregnancy clothes though. Since I'm alI baby, the maternity clothes add an extra something to it. I love my baby bump!! :) - Baby #1
- —Guest Aey Jay May
- I bought a 2 in 1 Maternity Intimate from Belly 2 Baby and it allowed me to wear my normal clothes until about the 8 month mark when I was sure I couldn't get any bigger, guess what still getting bigger
- —Guest Mommyw
- I just liked the comfort of being able to have a more comfortable fitting wardrobe. Plus, maternity clothing can be expensive so I want make sure I get every dollar out of it.
- —Guest Lisa
when did I started wearing maternity
- Im 23 weeks by now but I started wearing maternity dresses when I was 5 months. My nornal clothes were not fiting at all and I have to changed the entire wardrope until now. I cant find the right size of shoes cause my legs are swallen Im wearing sleepers at home work
- —Guest 23 weeks
- I bought my first pair of maternity pants at 15 weeks. I still have not gotten the shirts, but I know that is coming soon.
- —Guest Ashley
- Im 8 weeks at the moment and feel massive.thinking I'll be in maternity clothes next week at this rate!
- —Guest Charley
36 weeks and still in my regular clothes
- Delivery is just around the corner and I've only gone up one size. Luckily, I haven't had to buy any new clothing. I had some old clothing that was a little big on me before the pregnancy and has managed to get me through to this point!
- —Guest KatieAnne
- Just got some maternity clothes. I still fit in all my current clothes minus one pair of dress pants. I decided to get maternity clothes because I am not exactly ready to reveal to everyone I am prego and it helps hide the belly for now. Anyways, everything fits well...maternity clothes shouldn't be big. Plus you look way better than wearing larger clothes because that's what you look like...larger.
- —Guest 9 weeks
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