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Whoa, cool. All your non-preggo friends are going to be jealous, because we only have this pattern in maternity. It's almost worth getting pregnant just to buy this... if it only weren't for those nasty college tuition bills you'll have to pay. But if you already are expecting, this super-cool strapless mini evokes the past and the future. Is it from the 1960s, or the 2050s? Either way, it's, well... cool!
70% Nylon, 30% Elastane. Tie-dye stripes are celebrating a comeback and look incredibly stylish on this maternity tankini with halterneck straps The drapings on the sides of the belly guarantee... View full product details
Our Best Selling Swimsuit! Tankini in a great halter style. Ruched front and built in well-sized bra cups for support. Over the belly bottoms. Ideal for chest support. 80% nylon,... View full product details
Halterneck or bandeau? With the Soma maternity bathing suit, you choose. The charming one-piece has a low-cut back with knot, and a gathered neckline that can be worn either as... View full product details
Bloom is a glamourous and sexy maternity addition to your babymoon wardrobe! Trendy and comfortable, this maternity tankini has anti-UV fabric, and laser-cut eyelet design trimming the back, top and... View full product details
Pregnant customers should go by their pre-pregnancy size, unless their first trimester was a big one, weight-wise. You may have changed dress sizes before you started to show. Each manufacturer, however, has their own quirks. The best way to get the right fit is to know your current numerical dress size, then just apply it to the size chart we have for each item and voila!
The size chart for each item is shown when you pull down the size menu.
The trickiest thing is how to figure out your bra size. Here's a helpful video from Bravado Designs: