Hands down, ASOS is my go-to for stylish clothes. I’ve got an assortment of pants, tops, and fantastic dresses that look good at every stage of pregnancy. The pricing is totally affordable and the styles are so chic. Bonus: the swimwear selection is completely top drawer and you can rest easy knowing that not everyone will wear what you’re wearing at the pool if you’re pregnant during the summer!
2. Pink Blush
PB is a perfect site for those who are looking for both everyday wear, and/or something sleek to wear to the office. They have a selection for every budget. Their evening gown selection has me wanting to find some sort of pregnancy gala to attend.
3. Stitch Fix Maternity
Okay, maybe you’re so busy nesting and prepping for baby that you don’t have time to shop. The answer? Stitch Fix. It’s a monthly subscription service that sends you items based on your style profile. Like what they send? Keep it and they’ll charge you. Not a fan of something? Send it back! Shipping is free both ways so I’m having a hard time seeing any cons here.
Okay, the pricing at this place has me totally hooked. It’s like getting maternity clothes at The Gap, only wayyyy more stylish. (Also, I love Gap.) Every piece is so unique and they have a series of extended sizes to help meet and please every body type.
This one’s kind of a no-brainer. While the price points can be a tad higher than what you might be used to, you can bet your maternity leave pay that what you are getting is high quality and super on trend. Bonus: Nordstrom has lots of seasonal sales so you can scoop up a treasure at a much more discounted price than normal! This also goes for The Rack as well. I’m a bit obsessed with both.
A great place to shop for plus size maternity clothes staples like jeans and nursing wrap tops, Yours has a great selection of basics for everyday pregnant life. Bonus: you won’t have sticker-shock when checking the prices.
7. Old Navy
All hail Old Navy. I spend more money here when I’m pregnant than I probably should. Their everyday steals will call to you, and their jeans are so flattering on any pregnant shape! Not to mention the fact that they’re usually running some kind of deal/coupon daily so it’s so easy to save money here.
8. Le Tote
One of the issues I have with purchasing maternity clothes is that I only wear them maybe for the 9 or so months of pregnancy and then give-or-take a month after. If you don’t want to shell out the money, consider renting clothing from Le Tote. Not up for renting? Try their purchase-only box!
9. H&M Mama
I’ve been a sucker for H&M for as long as I can remember. The fact that they now carry a maternity line makes me love them even more. Their style is so edgy, and definitely won’t break the bank, so treat yo’ self these next 9 months!
10. Cake Lingerie
What about the underwear? Aside from quality plus-size maternity clothes, you need a good bra, especially during that last trimester, to help you move comfortably. Cake has a high-quality selection of super supportive nursing bras. If you’re planning to breastfeed or pump, you HAVE to have a quality bra to help you handle it all, both physically AND emotionally!
Specifically the LC Lauren Conrad Maternity from Kohls collection. Yes, I’m a fan of this line partially because I miss Lauren from her days on The Hills. But here’s the thing: her stuff is good. It was designed with the every woman in mind who just wants to look good! The bonus: their size chart helps you find your right match by comparing your pre-pregnancy size. So you can’t go wrong!