I agree with all of you... Shapeless sack dresses.
I would look enormous in all of those.
Good grief... definitely cannot imagine wearing these pregnant (or not!) Also, I want to know what genius created the one piece jumpers for a pregnant gal that typically has to make a potty run what feels like every ten seconds as the baby kicks her bladder.
Stacey -- LOL at wanting to feed some of those models!
Gloria -- what a stark difference! We definitely need to see more of the REAL version in ads!
Susan-- It is great to *see* you! I'm sure you would look HAWT in a burlap bag!
Like most of you, I appreciated showing off the "bump". Now, those that seemed to have hung around after the fact... not so much! LOL
Laurie, mom to:
Nathaniel ( 10 ) and Juliet ( 7 )
Baking Adventures In A Messy Kitchen (blog)
That is some of THE ugliest, more shapeless maternity wear I have ever seen. I wouldn't pay $5 for that, much less 100's of $$...
Mama to Kostas with the Mostest, born 07/10/07
and Marek "Cricket" Joshua, born 12/07/12
these are cheap...
She must have loved her hospital gown because that's exactly what it looks like. This line is nothing short of HIDEOUS! What was she thinking?
I was at a furniture shop the other day and I saw the coolest maternity shop called Pickles and Ice Cream. I never buy mat wear because all I've ever seen were what look like rejected prototypes. But I might actually buy something from this shop. I would wear pants under these as I'm not that fond of short skirts, but even still I think fashion has come a long way for the expecting.
Look at these: