Bumpin’ With NOM Maternity
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When I am pregnant I feel my most beautiful. I also hyper focus on finding clothing that parallels those feelings. Maternity clothing shopping is NO JOKE. It’s often times more difficult (in my opinion) to finding the right baby items that work best. If it’s not outrageously expensive, it’s more than likely very uncomfortable and no one wants to feel uncomfortable when you’re already uncomfortable with a big ole belly. This is my fifth time being pregnant so I’ve really mastered the game of finding the best maternity clothes.
One of my favorite and go to brands is NOM Maternity. I started wearing this brand when I was pregnant with Harper. Legit, my NOM Maternity pieces have held up so well (even though I washed them several times a week) that I’ve been able to recycle them during my pregnancies with Scarlet Reese, Mercy and now this little baby. Their clothing is buttery soft and easily styled different ways. I can take the same dress and wear it 5 different ways and make it feel brand new every time I wear it! The fact that it’s comfortable just really seals the deal for me.
When my bump made it’s debut this pregnancy, I stopped hiding it with my regular clothes and reinvested in a maternity wardrobe. Honestly, I had sold so much of my maternity clothes after Mercy was born (I didn’t think that one through) that I only have a handful of favorites that I kept. This blue and white polka dot dress on the Nom Maternity website kept catching my eye and I finally got it. Ya’ll! I have worn this dress SO much lately! It’s a wrap style dress and it is very flattering. It hugs in the right places and is loose where it needs to be for comfort. I decided to style it with my new favorite headbands because I thought it added a sweet feel to an already darling dress!
If you’re looking for maternity clothing that will hold up and not immediately get wash wear or stretch out, then I suggest grabbing a few staples for your wardrobe. You’ll get tons of wear out of them and you can also wear most of their styles postpartum. No one likes buying clothes right after you have a baby and this is another way I get around that and still look stylish. Head to their website to look at the entire collection and snag a few pieces!