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Why Did I Ever Wait So Long?!?

on August 8, 2014

I finally caved and bought four pairs of maternity pants last week from Old Navy since school starts in a week and a half and I don’t think jean capris will cut it five days a week. I bought a pair of black dress pants, khaki dress pants, jeans, and yoga pants. I got them all for 30% off using their online coupon. The total cost is $98.

Why the hell did I wait so long to buy these pants?! They are the most comfortable things in the entire world I’ve ever worn! Even with my tree trunk thighs they are super comfy! I opted for the low maternity band because I wasn’t sure how the full belly band would look under the shirts.

So far I’ve bought the 4 pairs of pants, a dress, and nine shirts that are specifically maternity and spent about $300. That’s about $20 an item so I’m not even upset.

I’ll do an update soon..maybe tomorrow. The hubs is taking me out tonight (he just doesn’t know it yet) and we’re going to look at gliders for the nursery after a dinner out. Til tomorrow…

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5 responses to “Why Did I Ever Wait So Long?!?

  1. wtfovaries says:

    Great deals!!! I love shopping!

  2. ashley72788 says:

    Maternity pants are the most luxurious things I’ve ever worn in my life lol. I am considering wearing them not pregnant! PS – the full band is even better and it makes your bump look so smooth and presh, you should get a pair you will love them — you can’t notice them with shirts on!

  3. I’ve been living in maternity pants since my surgery in April. They are so comfortable. I like the high waist band and have found that it doesn’t look bad under any of my shirts.

    **It could be misconstrued as I am not pregnant yet lol**

  4. Melanie says:

    I don’t know how I’m gonna ever stop wearing them!! So comfy! Also, look at you, little miss bargain hunter! Nice work!

  5. I don’t think I’ll ever go back to real buttons and zippers and waistbands. Hidden elastic is the way to go (thank god for jeggings.)

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