Best Maternity Jeans 2024

Best Maternity Jeans 2024

There comes a point in every pregnancy when squeezing into your regular jeans is no longer feasible. Whether you’re on your first or fourth pregnancy, the trick to finding the best maternity jeans is selecting a pair that makes you feel both confident and comfortable. Fortunately, maternity denim options have come a long way, with lots of chic and ultra cozy options to flatter your bump and body. My coauthor and I have tried out more than a dozen pairs of maternity jeans and are sharing our favorites here, including one of the best under-the-belly styles, from Joe’s Jeans.

Preserve your denim style through pregnancy. According to moms and pro stylists, some of the best … [+] maternity jeans are from Hudson Jeans, Joe’s Jeans and Old Navy.

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We selected the best maternity jeans based on personal experience, reviews and firsthand recommendations from other real moms and professional stylists. After you’ve finished reading this article, you might want to consider our other pregnancy favorites, including the best maternity clothes and the best shoes for pregnancy.

The Best Maternity Jeans At A Glance

Abercrombie & Fitch

Abercrombie & Fitch Maternity Ankle Straight Jean

My teenage self might be surprised to learn that I still shop at Abercrombie & Fitch, but with maternity jeans like these, it’s hard to resist. Besides, the brand is experiencing quite the comeback at the moment. I’m partial to two of its maternity styles: the Ankle Straight and 90s Straight jeans. They look like normal denim, are on-trend, and yet feel extremely comfortable. I love that the front pockets are actual pockets—not faux ones like many other maternity jeans—and that the panel attaches to the interior of the jeans and not the top of the waistband. That small detail allows me to tuck in sweaters, T-shirts and blouses, which feels a touch more polished. They’re also available in sizes ranging from 23 to 37 and come in multiple lengths and washes. The full-rise panels offer a bit of compression, but can also be rolled down if you prefer.


Motherhood Maternity Secret Fit Jeans

I loved these jeggings during my first pregnancy and was happy to pull them out of the closet for round two. They’re extra soft, stretchy and comfortable, which makes them ideal for an ever-changing pregnant body. They’re a great length, even if you have long legs or are tall, and the full panel stays up all day without bunching, slipping or stretching out. I did miss having real pockets with these jeans during my second pregnancy, when I spent a majority of my free time with my toddler. Also, the belly band starts relatively low, so you need to wear a longer shirt with these if you want to cover it.

What the reviews say: It seems that other customers agree with me on the comfort of this pair, giving them an overall Amazon rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars with more than 1,700 reviews. Women of all sizes found the fit ideal, with the occasional complaint about a saggy butt.


Madewell The Maternity Over-The-Belly ’90s Straight Jean

The ‘90s are back in fashion, and this bestselling over-the-belly pair from Madewell nails it with an old-school straight leg that feels very now. These jeans are cut lower in the front to keep you comfortable, but are snug through the hips and thighs with a higher rise in back to boost your butt and confidence. Overall, I find Madewell maternity jeans, though not this specific style, to be a comfortable, functional and stylish option. I absolutely loved the Madewell over-the-belly skinny jeans while pregnant. They’re the ideal amount of stretchy and supportive and look like normal jeans (once my shirt covered the over-the-belly portion, of course).

What the reviews say: Of this pair, one writes, “You really can’t tell they’re not regular jeans once they’re on. Very comfortable, even sitting, and still cute and trendy.” 


Hatch The Boyfriend Maternity Jean

If you’re missing on-trend jeans during your pregnancy, these boyfriend-style jeans from Hatch could be the remedy. Although they’re pricey, I can attest that they’re just as stylish in person as they appear in photos. Not only are these (and really all Hatch jeans) cute, but they’re also that rare pair of maternity jeans with a side-panel that matches the wash of the jean. This makes them look like normal jeans and negates the need to wear extra-long shirts to cover the side panels. The rise of these jeans is also ideal, because it’s not so low that I fear that my underwear might show at any moment but not so high that they won’t be wearable when my bump gets larger. And I love the fit—they’re not too baggy and not too snug.

What the reviews say: Reviewers report that while the boyfriend fit makes them feel a bit oversize, that means you can even wear them to the bitter end of your pregnancy.

Joe’s® Jeans

Joe’s Jeans: The Lara Mid-Rise Cigarette Ankle Maternity Jeans

Joe’s Jeans have become my favorite maternity jeans. This specific style, the Lara, makes me feel my most confident. I own them in multiple washes and wore them frequently during both pregnancies. I particularly appreciated them in my second pregnancy, when I showed far earlier. I wanted something that wouldn’t immediately broadcast that I’m pregnant, but that would remain comfortable all day. They’re a great thickness, and thanks to the side panels and the mid-rise, you can tuck in a shirt or wear them with a bodysuit and blazer. While other maternity jeans can feel ultra-low-rise, these hit at just the right place to flatter your changing body. I also love the cut of the leg and the length. They’re a bit cropped, and, for what it’s worth, the tush is applause-worthy. The panels do stretch out a bit and require some pulling up at times.



H&M Mama Straight Ankle Jeans

Stylish maternity clothes too often require spending lots of cash, making the H&M Mama maternity jeans stand apart. At just $50, they’re far more affordable than most others while remaining chic. This pair has a loose and straight leg for trendy but comfort-craving moms. There’s an over-the-belly panel, but its mock fly makes them look more like regular jeans. The back pockets are real, too. I was excited to try them for baby number two, and am happy to report they deserve the praise. I tried the slim straight pair, and once they’re on, they hug the waist without feeling too snug. I found them to be the ideal amount of baggy in the legs for that laid-back boyfriend jean look. They felt soft against my skin, but thick enough to last through additional pregnancies with a bit of compression.

What the parents say: In speaking with other moms for this story, several suggested the H&M Mama maternity jeans, because they’re soft, comfortable and affordable.


Isabel Maternity by Ingrid & Isabel Over Belly 90’s Straight Maternity Jeans

If you already love Ingrid & Isabel and don’t want to spend a lot on your maternity wardrobe, these trendy Isabel Maternity by Ingrid & Isabel jeans are definitely worth a look. I’ve tried (and really liked) other styles from the brand and can speak to the quality, fit and style of this affordable Target line. Like other Isabel Maternity options that I’ve tried, the full panel on these cuts low in the back for better ventilation. The touch of spandex provides the right amount of give—you may find yourself reaching for these in the postpartum period too.

What the reviews say: Many reviewers appreciate the stylish cargo pockets on this black pair for a trendy touch. “These jeans are so, so cute. I was looking for a more nontraditional maternity jean and these are perfect,” wrote one reviewer. “The straight leg and cargo style of the black pair is so good,” adds another. 


Signature by Levi Strauss & Co. Gold Maternity Boyfriend Jean

These cute cropped Levis come in an airy and on-trend boyfriend style. They have hundreds of positive reviews on Amazon and are the perfect blend of comfort and style. They come in a light and distressed wash with sizes up to XXL—and they’re under $35, which is a steal. There’s a supportive full-panel with lots of stretch and smoothing qualities. “These are perfect for an apple or curvy body,” says celebrity stylist Kim Appelt, author of Style For Everybody. “The wide band hugs you in all the right places.” You might also consider these non–full panel Levi jeans.

What the reviews say: Reviewers frequently call these jeans “comfortable.” One reviewer went on to explain, “These are the only maternity jeans I will wear. Even better, I don’t want to rip them off the moment I get home. I decided to try these after reviews of how comfortable they were, and 100% they are. Enough room on the thighs, belly panel has plenty of stretch and they are cute. Win win.”

Hudson Jeans

Hudson Jeans Utility Wide Leg Cargo Maternity Pant

Hudson Jeans prove you can still dress like yourself even when you’re expecting. These effortlessly cool Utility Jeans look just like a premium pair you’d purchase prior to pregnancy. They don’t scream “maternity,” which is exactly what so many fashionable moms-to-be are after. They’re high-quality, exceptionally comfortable and stylish. Made from a premium stretch denim, they have a mid-rise waist and four functional pockets for stashing your cell phone, lip gloss or tiny toys and treats for big siblings. Appelt says these are “great for an inverted triangle, rectangle or hourglass mama-to-be.”

What the parents say: “I love these jeans,” writes one mom. “They fit true to size. They are so comfortable, and look so good. I am so happy that I finally have something that I am excited to wear while being pregnant.” She does however warn that they may not be a great option for shorter women, unless you plan on getting them hemmed.


Paige Noella Maternity Roam Jeans

Paige denim is respected for its quality and flattering fit, as well as its laid-back but polished aesthetic. Its maternity jeans are no exception. This particular pair of Paige jeans came highly recommended by a mom friend and, after familiarizing myself with them, I can see why. These look every bit the on-trend vintage wash, high-rise denim that you see many cool moms wearing, with one minor change—the stretch panels that make them wearable all through pregnancy. Unlike some other side-panel options, this pair has over 10 inches of rise, making them akin to higher-waisted jeans. The backside appears to be a bit higher than other options, too. I wish the side panels weren’t as apparent as they are, but that can be hidden with a longer shirt. “I always preferred maternity pants with stretch and a button closure over material that went up over my belly, and Paige has some of the best,” says mom-of-three Ariel Boorstin, cofounder and CMO of Cooper, a parent coaching service. “You don’t sacrifice style for maternity comfort, which can be such a struggle. Truth be told, I’ve even worn my Paige maternity jeans a few times post-baby because I like them that much.” This is one of the priciest pairs on our list, however, and there’s less stretch in these, especially compared to other maternity jeans.

What the reviews say: One reviewers raves about them: “They are perfect—[they] wear like real denim jeans with a minor stretch.”

Citizens of Humanity

Citizens Of Humanity Maternity Paloma Baggy Jeans

Citizens of Humanity is another high-end denim maker with legions of fans. If you have room in your budget and are looking for an option to potentially use through multiple pregnancies, Citizens of Humanity jeans are an excellent option. They’re truly long-lasting and high-quality, plus the Y2K baggy style is perfect for pregnant moms who prioritize comfort and style. My pair was passed down from a friend who wore hers through two pregnancies—and they still looked brand-new when she handed them to me. There was no fading, no overstretched panels and no warping in the seams or denim. While it’s obvious in the lighter washes, the stretchy panel blends right in with this baggy black pair, opening up even more styling options. But the way these are constructed, the panel almost looks like a style element, so we could see these jeans being just as cute with a tucked-in tank and sneakers or sandals. Unfortunately, this brand doesn’t make many maternity pairs, so you may want to double up on your purchase if this is your favorite fit.


ASOS Maternity Over-The-Bump Skinny Jeans

I’ve heard great things about ASOS maternity items from friends and reviews. I appreciate that ASOS offers options that are extremely affordable, with maternity jeans ranging from $10 on sale to $4o or less at full price. These skinny jeans close with a real button, and the wash is ideal for daytime. While I selected ASOS for best skinny jeans because of the price and style, the retailer offers essentially every style and color of jeans, with many trend-focused options, making them very much worth consideration.

What the reviews say: This specific style is one of the brand’s bestselling options and has strong reviews—and so it tends to sell out fast. One reviewer wrote, “Best pair of mat jeans. So comfy and fit perfectly.” Another added that they’re “really comfy and stretchy. Highly recommend.”

Bae The Label Australia

Bae The Label Maternity Walk This Way Joggers

The Australian maternity brand Bae The Label has a broad range of denim styles (with lots of skinny options) and overwhelming positive reviews. The price points are midrange, but the quality is top-notch. Plus, there’s free shipping to the USA when you spend $150 or more. The skinny jean maternity selection in particular caught my eye, especially these jegging-like joggers, as they’re made to wear after baby arrives, too. In a soft, washed stretch denim jersey, they look like jeans, but feel like sweatpants. An elastic waistband easily accommodates a growing belly, and an adjustable drawcord ensures they fit great postpartum too.

What the reviews say: “My favorite jeans, super comfy and look cool,” wrote one mom. Another calls them, “hands-down my favorite jeans I have ever worn. The fit is incredible and so, so comfy. The quality of the design and the fabric—I just love everything about these jeans. The pockets are a practical size, too, and you can actually fit your hands into them.”


Gap Maternity Inset Panel Cheeky Straight Jeans

Much like its traditionally sized jeans, Gap maternity jeans are stretchy, comfortable and generally available at a great sale price. These straight-leg jeans don’t give off major “maternity jean” vibes, which I always appreciate, and they offer a lovely wash and fit for many shapes. In general, I also find Gap jeans to be soft, easily wearable and generally classic, which makes it easy to take them from pregnancy to postpartum. Appelt likes this pair too, noting they’re “good for a rectangle or inverted triangle body type.”

What the reviews say: A friend who swears by these maternity jeans told me they’re exceptionally comfortable, but perhaps not the most flattering on the bottom. Reviewers say: “They are extremely soft and comfortable. I ordered my usual size pre-pregnancy and they feel like sweatpants” and that “the fit and length are perfect for me.”


DL1961 Patti Straight Maternity Vintage Jeans

DL1961 maternity jeans are a favorite of many moms for being comfortable—and cool. The quality is exceptional, and they look like on-trend jeans you might have worn prior to pregnancy, with almost imperceptible side panels (at least in the case of this black pair). I love that the panels on these aren’t too wide or long, so even if they don’t blend in with the wash of the jean, they’re easier to conceal than some other side-panel options. The rise is comfortable but might be a bit low for some. The width of this straight leg and the raw hem make them feel a little more fresh and on-trend.

These jeans offer plenty of stretch and give with the fabric blend (cotton, polyester, Tencel and Lyrca), which I like, but this also means that they stretch out a bit more than is ideal (the brand does recommend sizing down). DL1961 does offer other styles that claim to be less stretchy. It’s also worth noting that the front pockets aren’t functional, but the back ones are.

Old Navy

Old Navy Maternity Front Low-Panel Wide-Leg Jeans

If you’re looking for a fashion-forward and inexpensive pair of wide-leg maternity jeans, Old Navy has quite a few. Coauthor of this article Elizabeth Mitchell Kadar, a millennial mom, says that this style appeals, as someone trying to break out of her skinny jean rut without breaking the bank. They have a faux fly and a low, smooth elastic jersey panel in the front for support and look like regular jeans from the back. The pockets are functional, and the wide leg gives that insta-cool look. They’re available in short, regular and long inseams, so it’s easy to find the perfect fit.

What the parents say: So many moms told Kadar that they lived in their Old Navy jeans throughout pregnancy. One mom in particular loved this style, noting how comfy and easy to get on and off they are. “They deliver the perfect casual wide leg and look much more expensive than they are,” she says. “My only con is I wish the back pockets were a little larger.” Another reviewer praised how well they “fit around the hip area without a weird/awkward puckering, like so many maternity jeans have.”


Seraphine Mid-Bump Wide-Leg Maternity Jeans

Maternity brand Seraphine is hugely popular in the UK and was even worn by Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, during her pregnancies. They have butt-flattering back pockets and a soft, stretchy viscose jersey belly band that hits mid bump so you can comfortably wear them in the early stages of pregnancy as well as at the nine-month mark. The organic cotton is super soft too, and the wide leg is very 2024. Moms have praised its quality to Kadar—as well as its fast shipping. We love the wide variety of trendy (and timeless) maternity jeans styles offered on its site, including these cool wide-leg jeans you’ll want to rock on repeat. “Moms in my local parent Facebook group praised Seraphine’s quality and fit to me repeatedly when I asked about their favorite brands,” says Kadar. While there’s no review section on Seraphine’s site, the brand has a whole slew of celebrity fans, from Kate and Pippa Middleton to Kate Hudson, who rocked a pair of boyfriend jeans from the brand (similar to these) when she was pregnant with her daughter Rani in 2018.


Aligrace Maternity Baggy Customs

San Diego–based designer Ali Grace completely reimagines vintage Levi’s for pregnant women with sustainability and size inclusivity at the forefront of her brand—and style, of course. These custom baggy maternity jeans come in two washes, light for more casual outfits and a medium dark wash that can easily go from day to night. No two pairs are exactly alike due to the nature of the reclaimed vintage, which makes them all the more special. They feature a more structured fit to look like regular denim but have an elastic waistband allowing for up to four inches of belly growth to expand with you.

Kadar first came across these custom jeans while perusing the maternity denim section of trendy fashion retailer Revolve. While there are no reviews for this particular pair, the brand itself has a huge Instagram following of nearly 70k. The fact that they’re sold on luxury retailer FWRD speaks volumes as well, as far as quality and brand trust goes. For an even more personalized fit, pregnant women can visit the Aligrace site directly to customize everything from the inseam length and distressing to the rise, waist (over or under the belly), tapering, tilted back pockets, cross waist and much more.


Spanx Mama Ankle Jean-ish Leggings

If regular jeans aren’t your jam, these denim-like leggings from Spanx are the perfect compromise to keep you cozy and looking polished, whether you’re headed to the office or hanging out at home. Similar to the rest of Spanx slimming styles, they’re designed to flatter and grow with you thanks to the seamless waistband that sits right beneath your boobs to support your ever-expanding bump. Unlike your go-to Lululemon Aligns though, these Jean-ish Leggings offer a more refined look and feel, like that of actual denim, for dressing up or down. You can buy them in black, dark blue or white.

What the reviews say: “Most comfortable maternity jeans I’ve found,” writes one reviewer. “I got them in month five and they are still comfortable in month eight. Also they’re cute.” Many reviewers praise the quality, versatility and chicness of these leggings, too. “These pants look amazing any way you style them,” says one. “I would highly recommend these for any mom-to-be. You may be tempted to go with a cheaper option, like I was, but believe me, they are worth the money in quality and overall appearance.”


1822 Denim Butter Maternity Jeans

Pregnancy is already uncomfortable enough, right? There’s no reason to wear stiff or scratchy jeans while pregnant. Few brands do buttery-soft denim better than 1822 Denim. In fact, its bestselling line of Butter styles is what initially put the brand on the map, making them a must-have for every trimester. These dark-wash skinnies feature a soft over-the-belly waistband and are super versatile for date nights or just paired with an oversize tee and sneakers for a perfectly pulled-together playdate look. If skinnies aren’t your thing, try the Better Butter Over the Bump Maternity Flare Jeans or this cute Over the Bump Frayed Ankle Straight Leg style

What the reviews say: One reviewer wrote that they are their best pregnancy purchase ever, and said, “They’re a super soft jegging material. Unlike other bottoms, I can wear these all day. Most comfortable pair of jeans I own.”

AG Jeans Outlet

AG Jeans Maternity Prima Ankle Jeans

AG Jeans are known for incredible quality, soft stretchy fabric and an undeniable cool factor. This Prima Ankle maternity pair is on sale for more than half off at the AG outlet, making it such a steal. Kadar especially loves the incognito, no-bunch elastic waistband, which can be adjusted for a tighter fit in the early months and loosened when you hit the later stages of pregnancy. It comes in several hues if you’re not a darker wash denim kind of girl. This pair is especially great for dressing up, the office or a night out.

What the parents say: After polling a large network of moms to share their favorite maternity jeans brands, AG Jeans came up “again and again,” says Kadar. “Any and all jeans by AG Jeans is always a go-to for me,” mom-of-two Eliza Gwendalyn told us. “The fabric is so stretchy and soft and super forgiving for every body. Its maternity line was a lifesaver for me and my growing belly. I was still able to rock some of my ‘trendy’ outfits even with a bump.”

Why Trust Forbes Vetted

Here at Forbes Vetted, we’ve researched, tested and shared recommendations on many of our favorite brands and places to shop for maternity clothing, as well as tools and supports, such as pregnancy pillows. We’ve also worn many maternity jeans personally, through multiple pregnancies, so we know firsthand what makes a great pair.

  • The authors of this article, Lex Goodman and Elizabeth Mitchell Kadar, are both moms—with five kids between them—as well as shopping writers specializing in lifestyle subjects, fashion and parenting.
  • Goodman personally tested more than a dozen pairs of maternity jeans, with her top picks included here.
  • This story was edited by our senior baby and kids gear editor and mom of three Rose Gordon Sala. She has a vast knowledge of all things maternity and baby gear and despises maternity jeans that don’t stay up. It was further edited by commerce editor Margaret Badore, a mom of one who covers tech, gear, kids and sleep.
  • We included recommendations from several fashion experts, including celebrity stylist Kim Appelt, author of Style For Everybody; Liz Robitaille, Stitch Fix stylist; and Katie Carreiro, a professional fashion stylist with Dresscode.
  • This story is regularly updated and refreshed for accuracy. It was last reviewed and revised in June 2024 with the addition of custom vintage Levi’s brand Aligrace, along with new styles from Seraphine and Citizens Of Humanity.

How We Chose The Best Maternity Jeans

To choose the best maternity jeans, we tested plenty of pairs ourselves and polled other real moms to discover their favorites. We also conducted extensive research, honing in on popular denim brands known and loved in the maternity space for quality, comfort and size inclusivity. Additionally, we consulted experts for their insights.

  • We personally tested many pairs of maternity jeans on this list. Of course, not every brand or pair of jeans tested made the cut—we only included the ones we enthusiastically recommend.
  • We asked friends, family and moms in local Facebook groups to share their go-t0 maternity jean brands and the styles they lived in (or currently wear) while pregnant.
  • We spoke with several fashion stylists to gather additional insight on what makes a great pair of maternity jeans, as well as to find out their fave brands and styles.
  • Each pair of jeans on our list was evaluated for factors like comfort, quality, stretch, style and size range. We were careful to only include pairs with a broad range of sizes currently available for purchase.
  • We only selected maternity jeans with mostly positive reviews and high ratings from real customers.

Are Maternity Jeans Worth It?

It really depends on your day-to-day style and comfort, but many people (like myself) find a lot of use in maternity jeans. Sure, you can get through pregnancy in dresses, skirts and leggings, but if you frequently wear jeans, you should invest in a pair. A belly band can help you wear traditional jeans for a portion of your pregnancy, but once you get into your second and third trimester, maternity jeans are just more comfortable and useful. I found that once I invested in maternity jeans, I wore them nearly every day.

Katie Carreiro, who works as a professional fashion stylist with Dresscode, an on-demand styling and wardrobe-curation service, suggests, “Check the brands you already like for maternity styles but also consider utilizing resell platforms or asking friends who recently had a baby.”

Are Jeans Comfortable In Pregnancy?

Everyone’s body is different, but most people find traditional jeans less comfortable as your bump begins to develop. Maternity jeans are typically made from stretchy materials, such as cotton with spandex or Tencel, so they’re far more comfortable during pregnancy.

Instead of a typical waistband, maternity jeans feature side-stretch panels or an over-the-belly panel that allows you to wear them as your bump grows and changes. Whether you prefer a side-panel or over-the-belly one is up to your personal style and comfort. As Carreiro says, “Continuing to dress like yourself helps you remain comfortable during pregnancy,” so if jeans are part of your personal wardrobe, it’s worth it to find some that suit you during pregnancy.

Should You Size Up In Maternity Jeans?

No—usually. Most brands make maternity jeans sizes equitable to your pre-pregnancy size. So, if you’re a size 27 jean before pregnancy, it’s probably similar when purchasing maternity jeans. Some pairs might be sized XS to XL, because there’s no firm waistline. Often these equate to other pant sizes that you can apply, such as 0 to 2 and 10 to 12, and so on. Read the sizing description, as some brands suggest sizing up or down from your standard size. Carreiro suggests “[ordering] an extra size to compare,” as well, which can prevent you from getting frustrated as your body changes seemingly day to day.

Can You Wear Regular Jeans While Pregnant?

The short answer? Not for long. As Carreiro explains, “For a while your normal jeans may still work,” she says. “Thankfully, lower and looser jeans are very in and especially comfy. Maternity styles fitting under the belly with extra supportive side panels tend to feel good with a small to medium bump, while styles with a stretch panel rising over the belly are comforting for a big bump.”

That said, your traditional denim high-waisted jeans may work until you hit about 20 weeks, at which point you might need to swap them for maternity jeans.

What Kind Of Jeans Should I Wear While Pregnant?

When looking for the best maternity jeans, Liz Robitaille, Stitch Fix stylist, recommends clients prioritize those with stretch panels or adjustable waistbands to ensure a comfortable fit. Some women love an under-the-belly fit while others find an over-the-belly panel much more comfortable. It’s such a personal preference.

“Like any pair of denim, it’s important to choose a wash that can be worn for various scenarios so consider a classic denim wash or opt for a black pair of maternity jeans that offer maximum versatility,” she says. “Skinny, bootcut or straight-leg designs are popular choices, but invest in whatever silhouette best matches your unique style preferences.”

Appelt recommends leaning on the wisdom of mothers before you as well. “Maternity jean reviews are the compass that guides you to your perfect pair. Trust in those shared experiences. Moms often take the time to write a review to help out other new moms.”

What Week Do You Start Wearing Maternity Jeans?

Every pregnancy is different. Robitaille always advises clients listen to their body when transitioning to maternity wear. “That said, clients generally transition to maternity jeans when the baby bump becomes more noticeable or when their regular jeans feel restrictive or uncomfortable around the waist.”

When Should I Wear Maternity Jeans?

Try maternity jeans as soon as you’re ready and, well, can’t button your regular jeans anymore or they start to feel uncomfortable. “Maternity jeans are ideal for the moment the client feels and sees the most changes in their abdomen,” says Robitaille. “The stretch of maternity jeans offers comfort for everyday wear and can still be styled for day and evening activities.”

Does Good American Make Maternity Clothes?

Yes, however styles tend to sell out quickly, so at the moment the only option available in Good American’s maternity collection is a jacket.

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