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Maternity Clothing

Well I just broke down and purchased my first items of maternity clothing. They were on deep discount at so hopefully they'll be nice!

Since the baby is due in December I figured I'd mostly be able to make it through the summer improvising with elastic skirts and belly bands but that I'd definitely need some cooler weather clothing (hopefully I won't need to buy a maternity winter coat!) So here's what I purchased:

Smoky Quartz During and After Two-Piece Nursing Top, Originally $92, on sale for $27.60.
I thought this top looked comfy and dressy enough to wear to work and for special events if necessary with a pair of black pants or a skirt. Plus I can wear it after the baby is born for nursing. It also comes with a black tank to wear under it which I can wear with other things too.

Supima 3/4 Sleeve Deep Placket Top in Royal Blue, Originally $58, now $28.99
Should be good for fall and winter weather...

Bamboo Mock Turtleneck Top (in Black), Originally $60, now $11.99
Thought the blue was really cute but black is more practical! And bamboo is so cozy!

So that's the start of my maternity wardrobe. This weekend I'm heading to Old Navy as they had a bunch of things on clearance on their website. Am looking for a bathing suit so I can get back into going to Aqua Aerobics classes, some inexpensive capris to get me through the summer, and maybe some jeans and a few tops. After that I'll need some pants and skirts for work and I should be pretty well set!


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