Real mom review: “I bought this bra because I had a number of cute maternity dresses that needed a strapless bra, and at 25 weeks I cannot bear to wear underwire anymore, but there is no way I can go braless. This bra is so comfortable, offers great coverage, and has decent enough lift where I don't feel like I look sloppy. I bought two, and I may buy more after the baby as well because I just love it that much.” —Sarah via Motherhood Maternity
Maternity a:glow A-Line Dress, Women's, Size: XS Maternity, Green Simple and sweet, this a:glow maternity dress is a wardrobe essential. V-neck 3/4-length sleeves Comfortable jersey construction Unlined FIT & Sizing 38-in. approximate length from shoulder to hem A-line styling Shirred empire waistband Fabric & Care Rayon, spandex Machine wash Imported Size: XS Maternity. Color: Green. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Material: Poly Blend.
In 2015 it was reported that maternity clothes is a $2.4 billion market in the U.S. According to a Forbes analysis, in 2014 a pregnant women spent around $480 on maternity wear. This represents approximately one-sixth of all clothing sales each year. The largest chains, belonging to Destination Maternity, control almost one-fifth of the American market. Other brands are sold through discount stores, department stores, and boutiques.
By their nature, maternity pillows aren’t the most aesthetically pleasing products. However, this super-soft grey marl pillow from Mamas and Papas is surprisingly attractive. Unlike many of the other more clinical looking pillows we tested, it won’t send you rushing to hide it away the minute you wake up. A soft, simple and fuss-free design, it is a great length for supporting knees, ankles and your bump, while leaving you free to use your usual pillow for your head and neck. It is worth noting though that it doesn’t offer any lower back support.