There are some colour options, too. The wrap around dress is available in navy and burgundy from sizes 10-16, the leggings in black and navy in sizes small to large and the feeding top in red and black in sizes 10-18. And it won’t set you back much either, as the cost of the five items comes to just £50.95.
It can sometimes seem that pregnancy means style limbo, just wearing what fits rather than what looks good. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We’ve picked out some key maternity pieces on the high street, so you can look as good as you (hopefully) feel – and they don’t cost mega bucks either.
Most women can’t wait to throw open their wardrobe doors once their baby is born. The reality is that your body will take at least a few weeks to recover (remember the old adage, nine months on, nine months off) so your skinny jeans might have to wait. You also might have discomfort from a c-section or tender breasts. So, for the first few weeks what you’ll need are clothes that are comfortable, easy to wear - and make you feel pretty amazing, too. Want to ditch the maternity smocks but can’t face trying to shoehorn yourself into your pre-pregnancy skinnies? Meet the items that will be your new best friends…
We asked real mums to put popular baby products through (very!) vigorous testing, meaning you can spend money on the things that really work and have extra time to snuggle with your baby or to quickly pop on the kettle.
Mama Bamboo have created a new award-winning range of premium, sustainable, eco-friendly organic nappies and wipes to help and support parents who want the best for their little ones whilst doing their bit for the environment.