Yeah, that seems off-topic doesn't it? Except that I now a positive home pregnancy test and an appointment this week with the OB. So, having slept a few times since being pregnant with DD, I don't remember anything about where I found maternity clothes before. It'll be a little bit before I need them, but I better start looking now since I need Tall as well as plus sized maternity clothes. I am a pre-preg size 18 with a 35" inseam, so I imagine it is going to be a challenge to find a pair of maternity jeans that fit (and I hate wearing dresses).
If anyone has any websites please let me know! I'll probably have to order in everything since there are NO maternity shops within a 2 hour radius of where I live.
Old navy, motherhood maternity, and gap all have longs/talls. But of course you have to order them online. I understand your issues. I had the same problem when I was pregnant with Avery. Now (I'm 24weeks) stores seemed to realize that tall people get pregnant too! Congrats!!
I don't normally wear tall clothes (I'm 5'7"), but I often by tall tops- I've got long arms and big boobs and I like the way tall tops fit better. I bought tall maternity stuff from Old Navy and JCPenney- they had nicer work stuff.
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