Must-Have Maternity Items Under $15
Must-Have Maternity Items Under $15
September 23, 2020

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 Jeans

A good pair of maternity jeans is a staple when you’re pregnant. These have a supportive crossover panel to support your growing belly and a slim design and dark wash that you can dress up or down.

A Stretch Mark Stopper

Does rubbing your belly with oil really help to prevent stretch marks? The jury’s still out, but either way, it feels great, and this natural oil is loaded with vitamins and plant extracts that help smooth and hydrate your stretching skin and reduce itching.

Leggings...Allll the Leggings

If there’s one item of maternity clothing you should buy, it’s leggings. This over-the-bump pair is ultra comfy and designed to fit from bump to baby. Live in a cooler climate? Add a pair of fleece leggings to your rotation too.

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).

A Layering Tank

Layering is key when it comes to dressing your bump. A layering tank offers support and helps to smooth out your growing belly underneath clothes. This white scoop neck tank is a great, practical choice that you’ll wear throughout your pregnancy.

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A Treat for Your Feet

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.

To Help the Swelling

And while we’re focusing on your feet, keep your blood flowing and alleviate swelling with a pair (or three) 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).

Wear Anywhere Black Pants

A pair of slim black maternity pants will take you from the office to dinner to the weekend and everywhere in between. These are made from a washed, superstretch twill and pair with just about anything.

Maternity Undies

These foldable, breathable underwear provide under- or over-the-belly comfort, whichever you prefer. They’re great for postpartum recovery too.

A Fun Checklist

Add this fun read to your pre-baby book list. It’s a balance of solid advice and humor and a nice break from the more traditional routes of pregnancy info.

To Help You Breathe a Little Easier

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.

Hydration, Hydration, Hydration

It’s important to stay hydrated when you’re pregnant. This BPA-free 20-ounce water bottle helps keep you sipping all day long. It’s also leak-proof when it’s closed so you won’t have to worry about spills when you’re on the go.

For Belly Self-Care

Yup, this is a facial for your belly and nope, we’re not one bit sorry about it. It’s hydrating, biodegradable and most of all a really fun way to get in some self-care.

A Photo Opp

These weekly belly stickers help you mark all the milestones of your pregnancy. They’re an easy way to add some fun to your belly pics and can be customized in different color schemes.

A Striped Tee

A striped boatneck tee is a solid wardrobe staple even when you’re not pregnant. This one features extra length for full belly coverage and fits throughout and after pregnancy.

A Moment to Relax

These natural herbal compresses filled with organic herbs can be used to soothe and comfort your most sensitive areas. You can use them while you’re pregnant or postpartum.

For that Pregnant Glow

Not feeling that pregnancy glow you were promised? This soothing face mist can help. It’s a hydrating spray that soothes your skin and helps to seal in hydration throughout the day.

To Help Ease Morning Sickness

There’s nothing fun about morning sickness and we’re here for anything that may help. This specially formulated herbal tea uses organic and natural ingredients like ginger root to help alleviate the symptoms of morning sickness.

Skywee Professional Products Maternity Belt

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.

For Some Pregnancy-Safe 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.

For a Better Night’s Sleep

It can be challenging to get a good night’s sleep when you’re pregnant. This comfy eye mask helps to block out light and give you a better shot at longer, sounder sleep—which you should enjoy while you can!

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