Targeting the baby bump

  • Article by: JANET MOORE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 24, 2012 - 5:31 PM

The discount retailer began its partnership with Liz Lange Maternity in 2002, starting a revolution in how pregnant women dress.

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peppermint19Jun. 24, 12 7:49 PM

I personally don't like the tight tops that pregnant women wear now a days. I think they look terrible and I don't think they wore loose clothing to hide their "condition, they wore it so they were comfortable! I am sure I will get a lot of thumbs down on my opinion, but that is why I live in America.

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lilysmama123Jun. 25, 12 9:12 AM

Thanks for highlighting this! I absolutely LOVE the Liz Lange maternity items at Target! The colors and the prints are always so feminine and pretty, they help me feel beautiful even when I'm puffy. :) I have to confess I continued wearing the dresses long after I gave birth to my first child... and now I'm pregnant with my second, and I'm excited to see they have maxi skirts and dresses - the PERFECT cute and comfortable items for this expecting mama!

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bracystakeJun. 25, 12 9:15 AM

Unless you hit up the downtown Target, selection at suburban Targets is minimal at best. The second hand shops, including the one mentioned in this article, are definitely worth the drive. Huge selection, styles and great price for clothes you only wear for a short time.

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curlywhirlyJun. 25, 12 9:28 PM

The choices in maternity clothes are lacking. I'm expecting my first child and pretty much have been shopping online for everything. Even if they supposedly have a maternity line/section, the selection is poor and sizes are picked over at stores. (Target, Gap, Old Navy - I'm talking about you) I haven't had luck at consignments stores either, at least not for professional work clothing.

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