Must-Have Maternity Items Under $15
Must-Have Maternity Items Under $15
December 5, 2019

Must-Have Maternity Items Under $15

Must-Have Maternity Items Under $15.
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You need all the things to accommodate your growing bump, but it’s so dang hard to get off the couch these days...Must-Have Maternity Items Under $15

During your pregnancy, as your baby gets bigger, so does your bump, and you may find yourself needing new things to accommodate it. But the cost of those items can add up, and you may not necessarily feel like spending a lot of money on them, since you’ll only be using the products for a short period of time.

These maternity items can help make life easier for you during your pregnancy without costing a small fortune.

Comfy Leggings

Whether you already live in leggings or not, they are the ultimate pregnancy staple. When comfort is priority, it’s maternity leggings to the rescue.

H&M MAMA Leggings


A Belly Band

Not ready for maternity clothes just yet? Belly bands give your bump some coverage so you can wear shorter tops without worrying about your belly showing. They also cover up the waist of your pants, allowing you to wear them unbuttoned (you know you want to!).

Peauty Belly Band


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A Fitted Tank

A comfy tank you can wear under anything? That’s your maternity BFF. This one is extra-long, so it doesn’t ride up.

Old Navy Maternity Fitted First-Layer Rib-Knit Tank


A Basic Top That Goes with Everything

Throw a blazer over this for work, dress it down with athletic leggings or add a statement necklace and a skirt for date night.

H&M MAMA Jersey Top


Getting Cozy

These soft jersey joggers are great for lounging around the house, but stylish enough to dash out in for those late-night cravings.

H&M MAMA Joggers


Yoga Pants Basics

When it comes to bottoms, are you team over-the-bump or under-the-bump? If you’re not sure yet, a pair of crops that can go either way is a solid investment.

Old Navy Maternity Roll-Over Wide-Leg Yoga Crops


Helping Support

The first sign of pregnancy for most women is an expanding chestline. A comfy bra is a no-brainer purchase. This one is super cozy and pulls down easily if you plan to nurse once baby’s born.

Loving Moments Seamless Maternity Bra


No Wedgie Undies

These seamless, breathable underwear provide under-the-belly comfort. These are great for postpartum recovery too.

Low Waist Maternity Pregnant Underwear Brief Panties


Super-Warm Tights

A warm pair of tights that cover your belly can be a big wardrobe help in the cold winter months. These are made with fleece, so they’re extra cozy.

H&M MAMA Fleece Tights


The Smart Bra Extender

Your chest is getting bigger but your wallet isn’t. These bra extenders hook into the back of your existing bras, giving you a few more weeks (or if you’re lucky, months) of wear before you officially have to size up.

Brah! Extender: Bra Extender Band Breathing Room (Pack of 3)


To Keep Lower Back Pain at Bay

Pregnancy belts act like a bra for your bump, giving you extra support and lift to take some of the pressure off of your back.

AZMED Maternity Belly Band


To Help the Swelling

Keep your blood flowing and alleviate swelling with a pair (or two) of compression socks. These are especially key if you plan on flying and are prone to swollen legs and feet (whether you’re pregnant or not).

Dr. Scholl's Women's Travel Knee High Socks


Skip the Slip

Protect yourself from slippery floors and keep your feet warm with non-skid socks. Bonus: these are perfect to throw in your hospital bag and make for some pretty cute photo opps after delivery.

Kindred Bravely Non-Skid Socks


Comfy Slippers

If you’re experiencing foot swelling, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of kicking off your shoes at the end of the day. Slip these comfy slippers on to treat your feet.

Women's Dearfoams Chenille Scuff Slide Slippers


Scarf Now, Nursing Cover Later

This cozy number will keep you warm now, and once baby arrives will give you and your baby some feeding privacy when you’re out and about.

LittleBunga Infinity Nursing Scarf Cover


Hydrating is Everything

Getting enough fluids is important when you’re pregnant. This genius 20 oz tumbler features eight colored bands, so you can keep track of your daily water intake by rolling a band up every time you down a full bottle.

Zak Designs 0025-R580 HydraTrak Water Bottles


Belly Support While You Sleep

When you’ve given up on constantly repositioning rolled-up towels under your belly, you’ll realize that this is the best $15 you can spend for a better night’s sleep. (okay, it’s slightly over the $15 limit!)

Boppy Pregnancy Sleep Wedge with Jersey Slipcover


Belly Relief

Lots of products claim to keep you stretch-mark free, but the truth is that genetics + how big your belly expands = the determining factors of whether or not you’ll get them. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t moisturize and pamper your bump: this belly butter provides soothing relief for itchy skin and is packed with the usual suspects (cocoa, shea and jojoba butters) that claim to keep stretch marks at bay.

Burt's Bees Mama Bee Belly Butter


All-Natural Nausea Relief

Some pregnant people swear that pressure-point bands provide natural (and needed) nausea relief, while others say they don’t work at all. All we know is that when you’re suffering from morning sickness, you’ll try anything. These are inexpensive enough that they’re worth a shot.

Sea-Band Mama, Anti-Nausea Accupressure Wrist Band


For a Little '3-Free' Pampering

Pregnancy makes some people pay a little more attention to what we put in and on our bodies. Standard nail polish is one of those things that can be full of chemicals. Zoya was one of the first to go “3-free” (free of toluene, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) or formaldehyde), and the polishes come in hundreds of pretty shades.

ZOYA Nail Polish

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