Inexpensive Maternity Clothes Under $25
Pregnancy is an exciting time, right? Shopping for maternity clothes, especially inexpensive maternity clothes, can be fun and challenging. But as this excitement breathes life into your bloodstream, you may just have to stop before you resist to buy everything that you see that looks cute! I don't want you buying stuff that you don't really need. Oh well, I am frugal and practical by nature. Oh yes, my husband loves that part of me! You may or may not have all the money to spare but let's face it, we do need to buy only the stuff that we can use right.?
So rule number one in buying maternity clothes, don't buy everything that you see. Just buy something that you need along the way.
Let's start with maternity blouses.
Maternity BlousesClick thumbnail to view full-size
When you become pregnant, some women feel begin to see the changes within the body. And I remember a couple of friends who became frantic with the thought that she is now looking 'ugly.' One way to dispel these thoughts and feelings would be to look good! Yes, dear pregnant and lovely mom to be, choose your clothes carefully and well. Pick a good color for you. Admit it, there are colors or styles that do not suit you. And there are those that will make you glow. And that is the goal, right?
Let's start with these cute blouses. Above are samples of cute blouses which you can sew or if you know how to. These cute blouses are stuff which you can buy for your wardrobe. Blouses with an empire cut is the way to go! Again, choose a color that delights your senses and makes you glow. Cheap or inexpensive doesn't mean it's downright ugly. All it takes is an eye for clothing that works best on you. I absolutely adore blues and whites. There is something about those colors that I am drawn to. I guess it's because I am calm by nature and my hubby tells me I look good in those colors!
And then the are the maternity dresses. I still opt to have at least one black maternity dress for special and formal occasions. Other times, I chose sleeveless dresses which was fine during those summer heat and when you just want to cool down.
Of course, to add to your wardrobe are your jeans, black pants, khaki pants or shorts. This can be paired off with the maternity and cute blouses you just picked. You can also match this with over sized shirts or sweatshirts and perfect for the cool weather as well.
Buy pajamas that have drawstrings or that are stretchable. This way you can still use them when you get back to your size.
Buy bras or panties that are two times larger than what you own now. You can also buy a bra extender. This gives you another couple of inches more.
Enjoy your pregnancy and the clothes you wear. Looking good and feeling good goes a long way.