I bought the pregnancy survival kit on Amazon.com. I got it in black, size petite. I haven't started wearing it yet but I like knowing its there for when I pop and have nothing left in my closet. I like the dress, shirt and skirt a lot. I don't think the pants are fancy enough to work wear to work. I"ll probably use them as sweatpants.
10/10/05 10:33 A
I haven't seen that but think I'll look into it! I had the same problem...but i bought the belly belt from motherhood maternity and its helped with my pants situation. As for shirts...my first pregnancy I was very self conscious of my belly, but this time not so much...so at this point anyhow, I don't feel the need for the "flowy" shirts so much...and in regular fashion, the tunic length tees, tanks, etc are "in style". So even though they're snug on my belly, they're long enough to cover my waistband and thats working well for me. Also, I'm short (4'10") so most my long sleeve buttonup shirts have more length to them on me so I just wear them untucked.
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10/10/05 10:33 A
One problem alot of people have/had when buying maternity clothes is that they buy the size they think they are going to be. You are supposed to buy the size that you are before you got pregnant and then they grow with you....For instance, right now I could probably fit into a medium or large in some clothes, however I was a small when I started and those clothes fit me perfectly....
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10/10/05 10:15 A
Hello, I am not sure if anyone else is experiencing problems finding clothes to fit, but I am almost 19 weeks and the maternity clothes are still way too big. I saw an online ad for Belly Basics Maternity Survival kit (which is one pair of pants, a 3/4 length shirt, a skirt and a dress - either black or brown). I ordered one in black. It was $150 but seems like a pretty good deal instead of buying each piece and hoping they match. Has anyone else bought this? I can't wait to get it now...Lorri
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