Vancouver Maternity Clothes
Pregnancy. The sweet little baby you and your partner made together, growing inside you and developing into a tiny little person. It’s beautiful and glorious. But, for many of us, it can be hard to feel beautiful and glorious, especially during the later stages. I personally struggled to feel positive about my body during all three of my pregnancies, although I found having cute and stylish maternity clothes extremely helpful! So I thought I’d put together a list of some places to find in Vancouver, maternity clothes that are stylish and will help you feel like the million bucks that you are!
While many of these places are in Vancouver, for some you may need to travel a but further to find the cutest styles. And many, you can easily access online!
Hazel & Jools is a local, ethically made Vancouver maternity clothes brand. They’re comfy, stylish, high quality, and you never have to wonder who made your maternity clothes or whether they were produced in unsafe conditions. Their style is much more on the casual side – think maternity clothes meet yoga wear. But you’ll feel comfortable and confident in their many styles, made for Vancouver mamas!
Steveston Village Maternity carries some of the most stylish maternity and nursing brands I’ve found in the large amount of time I’ve spent pregnant. Legoe, Seraphine, Boob Design, Bravado and Roolee can be found in their shop and on their site. They also carry some of the best brands for your baby, such as Parade Organics, Tea Collection, and Bambi and Birdie.
Seven Women carries affordable and fashionable maternity and nursing clothes. They aren’t unique to the area, but actually began in Toronto and have many locations across Canada, as well, they have an online store and offer free shipping on orders over $100 across the country.
If you’re willing to shop online or across the border, keep reading for some of my other favourite places to find stylish and comfortable styles for maternity clothes!
Roolee is personally one of my favourite online shops for any stage of life. They offer every day wear as well as some gorgeous, stylish dresses – a few of which are included in my client closet, which all clients gain access to for their family, maternity or newborn sessions with me! Roolee Mom has styles that work for pregnant or breastfeeding moms as well. If you aren’t scared off by online shopping or the exchange rate, I highly recommend you check them out!
Wren & Ivory is another online shop in the USA that I often order from myself, and is also featured in my client closet! Their website has a “baby bump friendly” section for expectant mamas. I recommend ordering in your normal, pre-pregnancy size when purchasing a dress or outfit from their website!
The Gap isn’t exactly a secret, nor are they what I would consider high quality, but for every day maternity wear, you can often find some very cute and comfortable pieces! These days, it’s difficult to find a Gap store that actually carries maternity clothes, but they do have a section on their website filled with some great options for when you don’t want to spend a ton of money on something you’ll only wear for a few more months! I found myself shopping here often during my last pregnancy when I found there were things I needed that had been worn out during my last two pregnancies.
Between these maternity shops, I hope you can curate a gorgeous maternity wardrobe full of pieces you feel cute and confident in!
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