Old Navy Maternity Clothes Review

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Described as comfortable and fashionable, Old Navy maternity clothes are favored by many pregnant women. The retailer garners high praise for maternity clothing that's stylish, comes in a variety of sizes, and is readily accessible to online shoppers.

The expert Old Navy maternity clothes review at Parents.com says the brand's maternity jeans, like the Full-Panel Flare-Leg style, are made of the right material blend for comfort while still holding their size and shape even after numerous wearings and washings. Concerns about sizing (and the impossibility of trying on items with online orders) are allayed by pregnant women who commented at Baby Center, where Old Navy maternity clothes reviews note that garments run true to size; in other words, buy the size you would normally wear and the maternity version should fit. Mothers-to-be also praise the selection and styling. A review posted at Yahoo! Voices not only enthuses about the comfort and fit of Old Navy maternity apparel but also gives a shout-out to the large selection of fashionable and cheap options.

Old Navy's maternity section boasts about 30 styles of maternity jeans and 12 different T-shirt colors, including those with stripes. The retailer sells other types of maternity clothes as well, including active wear, blouses, outerwear, dresses, skirts, and leggings. Not all Old Navy stores maintain a maternity section but the website displays an wide array of choices.

Many reviewers report that Old Navy is their go-to stop for maternity clothing and note that online shopping is easy and fast when brick-and-mortar shopping is not available. These budget maternity clothes are generally true to size, fashionable, and comfortable. For just a few months of wear, what more do you need?

Raechel Conover

Raechel Conover is a freelance writer whose work has appeared on Yahoo, blogs, and other websites. She's a self-confessed shopaholic and frugal mom, always scouring the sale and clearance racks for deals and taking full advantage of free community activities and events with her husband and young sons.

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