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Mom's please help- Need advice

  1. #1
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    Mom's please help- Need advice

    Hey All!

    I'm wondering if anyone can shed some insight on a few topics.

    1. How much did you spend (approx) on maternity wear for just one of your pregnancies?
    2. What did you do with your maternity clothing after you were done?
    3. Have you ever bought second hand maternity wear?
    4.If you have bought second hand, where did you get it?

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    Hi!

    For the most part, for everyday clothes, I didn't bother buying maternity wear. I just went out to Walmart and bought like workout clothes that were a few sizes too big for me.

    For work, I had to buy a few outfits from the Motherhood maternity store.

    They weren't so bad. Regular prices!

  3. #3
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    Hi!

    Don't spend too much in buying a maternity dress.you must focus more on a financial aspect for your child.You can even use your husband's clothes if your in the house. And also when buying a maternity wear,consider the price first before buying. You can check it online to compare the price. I should know because I am an online marketer. Hope this will help.


    If you happen to browse online, feel free to copy and paste this on your browser https://affordable-baby-products.myshopify.com

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    I invested in a good maternity wardrobe from Isabella Oliver, and supplemented it with pieces from The Gap, Old Navy, etc. I also bought a nice pair of jeans from Pea in the Pod. I recommend making whatever purchases you are going to make early in your pregnancy to get the most uses out of your maternity clothes. Many, many items can be worn during pregnancy that are not maternity and I never purchased anything but the everyday pieces that I would wear the most. The rest were borrowed or non-maternity. After I was done having kids, I passed them along to my sister in law and friends and they have gotten a lot of use and held up well. Hope that helps!

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