Spring is here and it looks like it’s not just the lambs that are making their way into the world. I feel like everywhere I look at the moment I am seeing expectant mothers and their glowing faces. So I thought it might be a good idea to do a blog post on maternity wear and show those expectant mums that we have some good quality, comfortable maternity basics and they don’t have to cost the earth.
Now if you are fortunate enough to be going away for a little r & r before the big event, you’re a very lucky woman. We have some great swimsuits that are designed specifically for pregnancy and even have special ruching down the side to allow for growth as you progress in your term. I picked this one out as it has a very attractive strap detail and I love the colour.Maternity swimsuit
Quite often there are a few items in your normal wardrobe that you can still wear as you get bigger, some looser clothing or empire line dresses are often quite good for that sort of thing. Underwear does not come under this category unfortunately and mums to be always find themselves having to shell out quite a bit. We are really proud of our Emma Jane maternity underwear at Clothing at Tesco because they’re reasonably priced and we’ve really focused on quality. Bras that have been carefully designed to be a comfortable fit and adjustable back-eyes which you can use to expand as you progress in your pregnancy. Emma Jane nursing bras are great for when you are breastfeeding but will give you support during your pregnancy too so you don’t have buy a whole load of new underwear once you give birth. And if you’re still not convinced, why not click through on our white one below; it was awarded the best product for breastfeeding at the Mother & Baby Awards 2011/12.
Who says you can’t look a little sexy when you are expecting! I really love this maternity nightdress, with its silky smooth viscose fabric and a delicate lace trim. It’s also perfect for when the little one comes along as the V neck design allows easy access for breast feeding
That’s all for today and remember, Mum is not the word, we’d love to hear from you if you’ve got any feedback on our products!