When I was pregnant I was all thrilled to shop for myself first 9 months and then for a baby, but the amount of price in name of maternity was way hell expensive.
Because of the fact that we can use them for few months only, I drop the idea of buying them instead with the little hacks and DIY I found on Pinterest you can survive in your pregnancy without buying them.
The first trimester is the easy one as you don’t need oversize cloth for the first 3 months; I have survived in my already owned clothes up to 5 months.
And now when I am in my 7 months I need that extra fabric, here are some hacks and DIY that I found on Pinterest for maternity hack.
moved here Steal your husband T-shirt:
From lounging around the house to exercising I found them the comfiest outfit even though they are of a Medium size for your husband you’ll feel like large size all comfortable in it.
http://dreamingoutloud.nl/wat-mannen-mooi-vinden/ Bra-back extender:
Let’s face it your boobs will increase throughout the pregnancy and buying new lingerie every month will be a waste, a bra- back extender will work by adding some extra inches and breathing room for you.
Instead, invest in a good nursing bra.
http://thermograve.co.uk/news/page/4/ Hair elastic:
Your favorite pair of jeans can still be worn with this simple hair elastic trick.
Make Maxi dress and Anarkali your best friend:
This is the best hack I have found to wear maxi dresses and Anarkali kurtas in your pregnancy as you can get them in a different style without spending much on it.
They can even do a trick on your maternity shoot.
Yoga pants and jeggings:
Like the maxi dress and Anarkali yoga pants and jeggings can also do a trick making you comfortable yet stylish at the same time.
Pair it up with long tops for that flaunting look.
Buy top in one size up:
For this hack go for a long top in one size up, they’ll not be stuck in your belly and will be comfortable too.
Here are my tips and tricks to save a little in maternity clothing, tell me yours in the comment section below.
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