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GAP maternity sale

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GAP maternity sale

The GAP sale is still going strong, with discounts across the site as good as 75% off, including its exclusive online maternity wear section – which is full of gorgeous pregnancy styles.

Maternity wear is often seen as boring and plain – but it doesn’t have to be. While comfort is key, you don’t have to drop your usual style while you’re pregnant.

We have loads of top tips on how to dress while pregnant, whether you’re working, going out for the evening or want to be comfy at night-time.

Choosing stylish maternity wear shouldn’t be stressful – it should be just as enjoyable as clothes shopping is any other time in your life. Luckily, brands are listening to us mums and bringing out designs we can really fall in love with.

We know pending Mat leave payslips can be daunting so you want to save money on maternity wear – which is why GAP’s sale is so welcome. We’ve scoured the website to find our favourite maternity wear items you can buy today – saving you money and time.

 

We love a good checked shirt and this navy plaid shirtdress is ideal for the warmer weather we’re expecting. The straight silhouette with a relaxed fit makes this midi dress perfect for going on lovely spring walks and running errands. Made from cotton and polyester, it’s soft and easy to wash.

Anyone else have trouble finding comfy PJs during their pregnancy? Problem solved with these 'sleep pants' which are comfy and stylish enough to wear when you answer the door to the postman or join in with Zoom calls with work. 

Grab this amazing bargain quick – super cosy and soft, this lilac sweater is perfect for chilly weather. Long sleeve with a turtleneck, this jumper is great for staying warm during and after your pregnancy. Available in lilac, grey and red.

It can be tempting to try to go throughout your pregnancy without investing in a maternity coat – we know, it’s a big expense. But you WILL feel more comfy in a coat with room for your bump, rather than wearing your old coat and never doing the buttons up. This is a gorgeous red colour, perfect for spring, and can even be machine washed.

 

Everyone needs at least one pair of maternity leggings, and these are great whether you’re working out or just want comfort during the day. They wick moisture away from your skin, and the compression is good for achy or restless legs during pregnancy. They also have pockets, which we know is the most important thing. Available in black or purple.

 

100% cotton with an eyelet texture all over, this gorgeous dress hits just above the knee so you don’t have to worry about it blowing up on windier days. Paired with a denim jacket and some trainers this dress will be your go-to comfy outfit all spring and summer.  

Supportive in all the right places, these dungarees feature a dropped front waistband to hug your belly with an adjustable elasticised band at the back for extra support. In a relaxed fit, these are both comfy and cute for days you’re struggling to find something to wear, just style with your favourite T-shirt and you’re good to go.

Great for dressing up or down, a black pencil skirt is a staple in any wardrobe. So versatile, you can go from a Zoom meeting to brunch with a friend as soon we're allowed. With a full panel that stretches over your bump for maximum support and ruching along the side seams, this skirt fits the smart causal vibe perfectly whilst being super flattering.

Soft and comfy high-neck T-shirts are a must while pregnant, and this blue floral top will look great with jeggings or leggings (or jeans, if you must). It’s long line and will last while your bump grows.

Comfy and supportive, these jeans have a demi panel to sit low on your bump. The optic white colour will go with all sorts of tops and jumpers and will help bring your maternity wardrobe into the warmer months. Available in three lengths.

Did our top picks help you make your choice? Let us know on Facebook - we'd love to hear from you 

 
  • Author: Sophie Knight Sophie Knight
  • Job Title: Contributing Editor

Sophie is a journalist and mum of one, and previously edited motherandbaby.co.uk before moving on to write about family cars for Parkers.co.uk - now Sophie is Commercial Content Editor for M&B, Closer, Heat, Empire, Yours, Garden News, and WhatsTheBest.co.uk 

She is passionate about raising awareness around postnatal depression and is a Mental Health First Aider.

Sophie studied History at the University of Sheffield and has been in journalism for 16 years. 

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