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Are maternity clothes worth the money?

Maternity clothes are not buy maternity clothes, that is the question. Should you really justify purchasing an entire new wardrobe the you will only wear for six months? It is one of those questions that moms-to-be have been pondering for a long time.

Many women ultimately decide to wear their husbands baggie jogging pants and oversize T-shirts during pregnancy as a way to save money. However, because he'll be stretching them out as your stomach grows, chances are your husband would not be a will to wear them again regardless. So the menu is saved by wearing his close will ultimately be lost when he has to repurchase those items again.

Another thing to consider is how many children you plan on having. Purchasing a new wardrobe for your first pregnancy when you have plans on having three children could be considered an investment, provided you take care not to choose items that are too trendy.

You also want to think about your own personal comfort level. Maternity clothes are designed to fit a pregnant woman. And in a time when you might not have the best body image of yourself, having clothes that fit well can be worth the money.

However, you not have to go and buy a brand new maternity wardrobe. ask your girlfriends for their close, search consignment stores in thrift stores, shop on eBay, or even purchased brand new clothes but from a discount store such as Wal-Mart or Old Navy, both which carry maternity clothing lines.

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