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    32 Of The Best Places To Buy Maternity Clothing Online

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    1. Destination Maternity for basically everything but the doctor.,

    Why it's great: Besides the obvious tipoff for what they sell, they deliver on petite and plus finds, in addition to essentials like compression and non-compression hosiery.

    Stuff we like: plus tankini for $49.98 (left, sizes X-2X), under-belly maternity skirt for $88 (right, sizes XS-L), pull-down cold-shoulder dress for $88 (sizes XS-L, two colors), petite boot-cut yoga pants for $29.98 (sizes PS-PXL), and plus seamless clip-down nursing bra for $26.98 (sizes 1X-3X, three colors).

    2. ASOS for on-trend lewks in inclusive sizing your non-preggers friends will wanna cop.


    Why it's great: ASOS has a deep and wide selection of clothing with a quick turnaround, so you can find a Bardot-esque dress for a wedding that other guests won't have. They also offer tall and petite sizing so you can find the perfect fit all around, not just around your expanding belly. Be sure to check out their ~convenient~ nursing selection and steeply discounted outlet finds.

    Stuff we like: tall midi Bardot dress for $35 (left, sizes 2-16), petite woven short with bug print for $40 (right, sizes 2-12), scallop-hem shorts for $24 (sizes 2-16), black skinny jeans with over-the-bump waistband for $40 (sizes 2-14), and sequin cami mini dress for $40 (sizes 2-16).

    3. A Pea in the Pod for lots of stylish name brands curated in one destination.,

    Why it's great: The OG maternity store has a substantial online presence with lots of fashion-y brands like Rachel Pally and Splendid. The designer denim collection is generous with names you already know and love, like 7 For All Mankind and Joe's Jeans, for a smoother transition from your non-pregnant denim.

    Stuff we like: Joe's Jeans secret fit jeans for $189 (left, sizes 25-30), Envie de Fraise nursing dress for $150 (right, sizes 4-12), tailored blazer for $148 (sizes S-L), lace-shoulder T-shirt for $68 (XS-L), and David Lerner faux-leather leggings for $135 (sizes XS-L).

    4. Yours Clothing for a plus-size-dedicated retailer with a strong maternity section.,

    Why it's great: This site caters to women sizes 16-36 and doesn't skimp when it comes to delivering on cute, trendy clothes -- even when you're pregnant.

    Stuff we like: lace wrap dress for $63 (left, sizes 14-30, three colors), polka-dot trousers for $27 (right, sizes 14-22, three colors), waterfall cardigan for $27 (sizes 16-30, three colors), Bardot maxi dress for $65 (sizes 14-30), and floral cold-shoulder top for $37 (sizes 14-30).

    5. Hatch for the stuff that the person with the best-curated Insta feed probably swears by.,

    Why it's great: These breezy finds will make you look like you live and die by Goop -- but in a good, stylish way! You'll find all kinds of detailed dresses and cool-girl jumpsuits you'll want to wear even when your kid's enrolling in preschool.

    Stuff we like: reversible Bowie dress for $278 (left, sizes 0-2, two colors), Jojo jumper for $188 (right, sizes 0-3, two colors), Nelli dress for $278 (sizes 0-3), relaxed shorts for $118 (sizes 0-3), and linen swing tank for $78 (sizes 0-3).

    6. Topshop for 'grammable style for every trimester...and then after.,

    Why it's great: This high-street UK brand is a fave amongst #OOTD frequenters and fashion bloggers. But it's not all pricey. Their stuff ranges from on-trend jeans with discrete belly bands to pretty dresses you'll want to find an excuse to wear.

    Stuff we like: PJs set for $40 (left, sizes 4-12), nursing overlay dress for $50 (right, sizes 4-12), rip Jamie jeans for $80 (sizes 4L30-18L34), fan lace dress for $80 (sizes 4-14), and wrap nursing T-shirt for $38 (sizes 4-14).

    7. Boohoo for pieces that'll make you look and feel hot without spending your kid's college fund...bc priorities!


    Why it's great: Frequent ASOS shopper? You'll recognize the name of this UK-based brand. They have tons of pieces that don't have that ~maternity~ look of empire waists and ditzy floral prints...OK maybe edgier versions of floral prints.

    Stuff we like: embroidered dress for $36 (left, sizes 4-12), printed T-shirt for $10 (right, sizes 4-12, two colors), over-the-bump skinny jeans for $40 (sizes 4-12), cloud-print PJs set for $30 (sizes 4-12), and mesh-insert T-shirt dress for $26 (sizes 4-12, two colors).

    8. Amazon for all the maternity clothes you could possibly need -- with a side of diapers.,

    Why it's great: You and I both know that Amazon has everything, including all the maternity clothes you require, hospital go-bag bag essentials, and other things for post-baby. It also has a deep selection of plus-size maternity. 'Nuff said.

    Stuff we like: Ingrid & Isabel active pants for $68 (left, sizes XS-L), Motherhood Maternity plus-size nursing bra for $19.98 (right, sizes 1X-3X, two colors), nursing nightdress for $7.14+ (sizes 8-18, seven colors), Maternal America tankini set for $42.97+ (sizes XS-XL, four colors), and Ripe Maternity satin dress for $45.05+ (sizes XS-XL, two colors).

    9. Old Navy for essentials in every color of the rainbow that'll get you to the other side.

    Old Navy

    Why it's great: This budget-friendly retailer always seems to be having a door-buster sale. The store's always been great for flip-flops, tank tops, T-shirts, and other items in every color imaginable. Maternity shirts seem to be no exception, so if you dig the fit of that v-neck, you can buy one for every day of the week -- and then some -- without blowing your crib budget.

    Stuff we like: cold-shoulder top for $29.94 (left, sizes XS-2XL, also in pink) and shirred V-neck tee for $7.99+ (right, sizes XS-2XL, 11 colors), elasticized-waist tassel dress for $25 (sizes XS-2XL), midi pencil skirt for $16 (sizes XS-2XL), and shirred bodycon dress for $25 (sizes XS-2XL).

    10. Nordstrom for a huge selection of on-trend finds with a legendary return policy.,

    Why it's great: If you don't want to wade through individual maternity brand websites and are already well-versed in the liberal return policy, this should be one of your first stops.

    Stuff we like: Bun nursing top for $53 (left, sizes S/M-L/XL, three colors), Kimi and Kai rashguard for $68 (right, sizes S-L), Belly Bandit maternity support shorts for $39.95 (sizes S-L), Modern Eternity convertible raincoat for $99.50 (sizes XS-XL, two colors), and Topshop two-pack boyfriend tees for $30 (sizes 4-12).

    11. Thyme Maternity for cute stuff that easily blends into your existing wardrobe.,

    Why it's great: This maternity focused site lets you shop by stage (aka trimester), which is incredibly helpful for the first-time mom. It also boasts a beauty section with hypoallergenic skin-care products formulated without parabens, perfumes, and gluten.

    Stuff we like: gray denim shorts for $49.90 (left, sizes 2XS-2XL), Stork & Babe sleeveless ruffled dress for $79.90 (right, sizes 2XS-2XL), faux-leather bow belt for $19.90 (sizes 2XS-XL, seven colors), striped cotton skirt for $39.90 (sizes 2XS-XL, two colors), and cap-sleeve embroidered nursing top for $55.90 (sizes 2XS-2XL).

    12. Le Tote for the people who don't want to invest in maternity clothes you (probably) won't wear again.,

    Why it's great: If you've fallen in love with clothing rental services, you're going to dig this one, too. Maternity plans start at $49 a month. So if you're tempted to dish out money on a bunch of designer gear but don't have the budget, this might be right for you.

    Stuff we like: Lilac tie-waist shirtdress (left, sizes XS-L), Noir Maternity faux-leather pencil skirt (right, sizes XS-2XL), Summer and Sage Maternity ruffle-sleeve dress (sizes XS-XL), 525 America elbow-patch cardigan (sizes XS-L), and Tart Maternity abstract stripe pants (sizes XS-L).

    13. Burlington for affordable basics to get you 'til your delivery room appointment.,

    Why it's great: Part of the thrill of this store is finding some diamonds in the rough IRL. But pregnant people have better things to do, like look up safety ratings of car seats. You most likely won't find designer maternity finds here, but you'll track down stuff you need, like nursing bras, long-enough T-shirts, and dresses that'll let you breathe.

    Stuff we like: ruffle strip tank for $9.99 (left, sizes S-XL), lil' slugger T-shirt for $8.99 (right, sizes S-XL), long pocketed top with shark-bite hem for $14.99 (sizes S-L), roll-cuff maternity jeans for $19.99 (sizes S-XL, two washes), and sleeveless striped dress for $12.99 (sizes S-XL, three colors).

    14. H&M for fashionable pieces you won't feel guilty about ditching instead of holding onto until your next pregnancy.

    Why it's great: Naturally, the fast-fashion giant also has a fit for every trimester. And when you no longer need them, you can drop off your maternity clothes at a store in exchange for a coupon toward kid's clothes! (Or clothes for yourself.)

    Stuff we like: jumpsuit for $29.99 (left, sizes XS-L), swimsuit with flounces for $29.99 (right, sizes XS-XL), jersey pants for $24.99 (sizes S-XL, two colors), denim bib overall shorts for $39.99 (sizes 2-14), and two-pack of soft nursing bras for $29.99 (sizes S-XL, three colors).

    15. Seraphine for fashion-forward pieces worn by celebs like Kate Middeleton (specifically, these dresses).,

    Why it's great: The founder set out to make maternity fashion that you'd want to wear -- even if you don't have a bun in the oven. Don't believe us? There's a celeb section with items worn by the likes of Mila Kunis, Gwen Stefani, and the Duchess of Cambridge herself.

    Stuff we like: knot-front dress for $89 (left, sizes 2-14, eight colors), turtleneck dress for $99 (right, sizes 2-12), sweetheart tankini for $65 (sizes XS-L), nautical maxi skirt for $65 (sizes 2-14), and love no.1 sweater for $49 (sizes S-M).

    16. Isabella Oliver for super-soft, resilient fabrics you'll want to hold onto for much longer than nine months.,

    Why it's great: This brand focuses on fabrics that'll grow with you, your stomach, and then your baby. Pieces lean toward classics, so you'll ~actually~ be able to wear this stuff down the road...or pass onto your equally stylish pregnant friends later.

    Stuff we like: bandeau shirt for $89 (left, sizes 0-5, two colors), ruched dress for $159 (right, sizes 0-5, two colors), print top for $139 (sizes 0-5), treggings for $105 (sizes 0-6), and fold-over skirt for $145 (sizes 0-5).

    17. PinkBlush for cute AF finds -- including plus size! -- that won't feel basic.,

    Why it's great: You won't feel like your intelligence is insulted by models with obvious stunt bellies when browsing this site. Each product listing includes the model's measurements (like height, weight, bust, etc.,) and what size they're wearing, which will be incredibly helpful when you're feeling unsure as to how everything will fit in your third trimester. And there are so many great plus-size options!

    Stuff we like: abstract cut-out tankini top for $32 (left, sizes S-XL), sash-tie dress for $65 (right, sizes 1X-3X), solid basic bikini bottoms for $25 (sizes S-XL, five colors), paisley drawstring PJ pants for $36 (sizes 1X-3X), and floral babydoll dress for $44 (sizes 1X-3X).

    18. Rosie Pope for some pretty, flowy pieces you'll wanna invest in for your ~special~ time.,

    Why it's great: These polished pieces in cool shades can easily be incorporated into the rest of your wardrobe.

    Stuff we like: Delfina dress for $168 (left, sizes XS-XL), Hepburn sweater for $118 (right, sizes XS-L), Lainey dress for $93.97 (sizes XS-XL), Candace workout leggings for $88 (sizes XS-XL), and Elizabeth romper for $138 (sizes XS-L).

    19. LOFT for stuff you can wear to the office, or on the freaking weekends.


    Why it's great: If you're familiar with regular LOFT, you'll find the same amount of office-approps finds and cool prints. Plus, they have petite offerings!

    Stuff we like: peony split-neck dress for $94.50 (left, sizes 2XS-M), cabana shift dress for $94.50 (right, sizes 2XS-XL), vintage-soft T-shirt for $34.50 (sizes 2XS-XL), safari shorts for $49.50 (sizes 10-18, two colors), and henley utility tunic for $54.50 (sizes 2XS-L).

    20. Rent the Runway for when you have a *special* occasion to attend, but don't want to shell out big bucks for a full-price cocktail dress.

    Rent the Runway

    Why it's great: The "bump-friendly" section will make you even happier for the reason to shop for roomier pieces. And lots of these finds are eligible under their unlimited service for $139 a month!

    Stuff we like: Corey teal floral print dress for $35 (left, sizes XS-L), Free People sapphire angel dress for $30+ (right, sizes XS-L), Missoni sunrise caftan for $120 (sizes 2-8), Kate Spade New York windowpane dress for $75 (sizes XS-XL), and Elizabeth and James shift dress for $95 (sizes XS-XL).

    21. Macy's for a range of pieces from the super affordable to a lil' luxe -- with a decent plus-size selection.


    Why it's great: You'll find lots of brand offerings that we call out separately on this list, like Motherhood Maternity and A Pea in the Pod, so you can pick and choose between brands all within one shipment. And don't forget about the plus-size section.

    Stuff we like: Jessica Simpson plus-size ruched top for $29.97 (left, sizes 1X-3X), Motherhood Maternity twist-front dress for $26.23 (right, sizes S-XL), A Pea in the Pod printed midi dress for $103.50 (sizes XS-L), Wendy Bellissimo plaid shirt for $20.97 (sizes 1X-3X), and Motherhood Maternity lace illusion dress for $52.48 (sizes M-XL).

    22. Rachel Pally for gorgeous maxi dresses that, tbh, you'll wanna wear forever.,

    Why it's great: These dresses are a bit on the pricier side in comparison to others on our list, but how cute would you look in one of these at your baby shower? Point proven.

    Stuff we like: Sammie Dress for $216 (left, sizes XS-L), Ossiane dress for $255 (right, sizes XS-L), Rhodes dress for $96.80 (sizes XS-L), Marcelle striped dress for $126.60 (sizes XS-L), and long sleeveless caftan for $137.40 (sizes XS-L).

    23. Mom's The Word for on-trend stuff for people who aren't into florals.,

    Why it's great: Shopping for maternity clothes can give you some major floral fatigue. (I know because of writing this story.) You'll find a few floral pieces here, but mostly modern silhouettes that won't leave you second guessing your ensemble every morning.

    Stuff we like: Alex & Harry nursing tank for $78 (left, sizes XS-L), Cache Couer tankini for $108 (right, size S), Ingrid & Isabel capri legging for $88 (sizes XS-L), baseball nursing tee for $72 (sizes XS-L), and Alex & Harry reversible skirt for $74 (sizes S-M).

    24. Kohl's for decently priced plus-size stuff and more.,

    Why it's great: Their selection of plus-size clothing, (especially nursing bras), is on point. Plus, when isn't Kohl's having a sale? But really.

    Stuff we like: Oh Baby by Motherhood plus tank dress for $16.80 (left, sizes 1X-3X, two colors), Maternity a:glow belly panel shorts for $29.99 (right, sizes XS-XL, three colors), Pip & Vine by Rosie Pop colorblock dress for $49.99 (sizes S-XL, two colors), Oh Baby by Motherhood plus sleep nursing bra for $10.20 (sizes 1X-3X, two colors), and Maternity a:glow print jumpsuit for $29.99 (sizes XS-2X).

    25. Saks Fifth Avenue for a one-stop designer excursion.,

    Why it's great: There are lots of recognizable designer labels here, including Hatch, Cosabella, J Brand, and more.

    Stuff we like: Hatch shorts for $128 (left, sizes 0-3), Monrow long-sleeve tee for $86 (right, sizes XS-L), Cosabella maternity babydoll for $148 (sizes S-L), J Brand cropped bootcut jeans for $228 (sizes 24-32), and Beyond Yoga convertible cardigan for $132 (sizes XS-L).

    26. GAP for classic silhouettes with slight tweaks for your growing belly.


    Why it's great: Their panel guide walks you through belly panels that are oh-so-helpful for helping your pants sit how your pre-pregnancy self used to remember.

    Stuff we like: Tie-front linen shirt for $44.95 (left, sizes XS-XL, two colors), off-the-shoulder dress for $64.95 (right, sizes XS-XL), inset panel distressed girlfriend jeans for $79.95 (sizes 26-34), TENCEL lace-up neckline dress for $39.99 (sizes XS-XL), and breathe short-sleeve tee for $29.95 (sizes XS-XL).

    27. ThredUp for pre-owned wardrobe essentials at a fraction of the cost.

    Thred Up

    Why it's great: This fashion resale site is more or less like giving your friends hand-me-downs, except with a monetary exchange. Sort by your size to efficientlyunearth the discounted goodies.

    Stuff we like: Liz Lange dress for $19.99 (left, size S), Blue Belle dress for $16.99 (right, size 14), Mimi Maternity blazer for $25.99 (size M), A Pea in the Pod wool coat for $64.99 (size M), and Motherhood casual dress for $13.99 (size M).

    28. Nordstrom Rack for deeply discounted designer jeans and other stylish finds.,

    Why it's great: Shop often to find solid pieces while the getting's good -- much like IRL.

    Stuff we like: DL1961 cropped skinny jeans for $69.97 (left, sizes 23-31), Belabumbum active jacket for $49.97 (right, sizes S-XL), Rachel Pally maxi dress for $119.97 (sizes XS-S), Michael Stars crew tee for $14.97 (one size, two colors), and LAmade cami for $17.97 (sizes M-XL, four colors).

    29. Tiffany Rose for some splurge-worthy pieces that are almost too ladylike to function.,

    Why it's great: Need a wedding dress with room for your bump to breathe? They've got you. This British brand also have you covered for nearly other special occasion with lots of pretty cocktail dresses and gowns.

    Stuff we like: Verona wedding gown for $340 (left, sizes 0-6), Amelia lace dress for $325 (right, sizes 0-6), Alexandra dress short for $170 (sizes 0-6, 14 colors), Anna shift dress for $155 (sizes 0-6), and Eden long gown for $425 (sizes 0-6, five colors).

    30. Shopbop for curated on-trend pieces that'll have you looking best-dressed at doc appointments.


    Why it's great: If you normally wear luxury -- or just want some good, reliable pieces that'll make it through your pregnancy -- you'll dig the selection here.

    Stuff we like: Citizens of Humanity loose shorts for $208 (left, sizes 24-31), Beyond Yoga pants for $88 (right, sizes XS-L), Monrow midi skirt for $98 (sizes XS-M), Hatch bow-tie tank for $158 (one size), and Rosie Pope shaper briefs for $24 (sizes S-XL, two colors).

    31. Fillyboo for when you wanna remain a flower child while growing a child.,

    Why it's great: Book a sprawling meadow and don one of these flowing creations for a Bey-level pregnancy shoot. And then wear the thing over and over and over again once you're a mom. So this Australian brand (whose clothes are made in Indonesia) isn't technically a maternity brand. But these frocks definitely have lots of room for your belly throughout the trimesters.

    Stuff we like: strange magic duster for $345 (left, sizes petite, XS-L), trapeze dress for $175 (right, sizes XS-L), hummingbird embroidered maxi dress for $240 (sizes XS-L), chambray embroidery maxi dress for $420 (sizes petite, XS-L), and blush gown for $310 (sizes petite, XS-XL).

    32. Zappos for lingerie, loungewear, and some other basics.


    Why it's great: You'll find mostly loungewear here, but that stuff is essential too. You may not want to wear a maternity thong every day but if the outfit calls for it, you at least want one that won't feel weird on my stomach, y'know?

    Stuff we like: Anita polka dot nursing bra for $56 (left, sizes 32C-38F), Beyond Yoga twist-cuff capri leggings for $113 (right, sizes XS-L), Cosabella hot pants for $36 (sizes S-L), Beyond Yoga long racerback cami for $80 (size XS-L), and Cosabella three-piece PJs set for $175 (sizes S-L).

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