So who are the ‘A-lister’ brands of maternity clothing? These are the 10 on top of our list and why we think you should buy from them.

H & M

It didn’t come as a surprise to us when this brand came up on tops. H & M is already a fave for fashionistas all around the world for regular clothing. But the clothes retailer boasts of a maternity clothing line too - under the fashion label MAMA. MAMA is well noted for comfy, trendy, fun and affordable maternity clothing.

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ASOS has a wide flattering range of maternity outfits and is a go-to for mums-to-be and mums. They are also a veteran in maternity clothing – the result - being a high-quality maternity clothing line after so many years of experience. ASOS is the super brand when it comes to variety in maternity clothing (for every occasion) and they are low- priced too.

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Looking to cut down on the budget – get maternity clothes that don’t go out of date - then the brand with this amazing knack is A Pea in the Pod.

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Seraphine is for the fashionably pregnant – so says its slogan and indeed it is. This British brand is no joke when it comes to making maternity wear – it has been doing this for 17 years plus it has some celebs on its client list! Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge and actress Zoe Saldana have all rocked its wear. Seraphine’s speciality is formal dresses and it has an entire section full of some of the most elegant dresses that can flatter any pregnant woman. The brand does have the usual suspects though – regular maternity wear, baby gear, nursery and equipment, stroller accessories and much more.

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The GAP brand is an ‘oldie’ in the fashion world and is well known for making quality clothing and is a great option when looking for quality maternity clothing too. If you’re into easy-go wear like jeans, leggings, shorts, T-shirts or you’re the sporty type and need some work-out or active wear for pregnancy then check out their GAPFit line.

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Motherhood Maternity is another one-stop-shop brand and the twin of the A Pea in A Pod brand. What’s unique about this brand – it has lots of resources to make shopping super-easy and affordable for mums-to-be and new mums. There is a maternity fit guide, bra fit guide, hospital bag checklist, denim guide, shopping by trimester guide and nursing checklist – talk about convenience! Plus, there are perks – free shipping, a clothing rental subscription (Motherhood Rental) and pregnancy savings programs (PreggiePerks) loaded with coupons, exclusive offers, giveaways and samples.

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If you don’t need all that hustle and bustle when shopping out for maternity clothes, then Old Navy should be your go-to brand. This brand is all about convenience too with maternity starter kits and shopping by trimester features to make your shopping easy and fun. Old Navy is also budget-friendly.

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This a luxurious clothing line. Hatch is a unique brand as it makes clothes from quite unusual fabrics such as cashmere, weave and soft waffle. What’s more, they also have a beauty range tailored to pregnant women which boasts of products such as belly oils, nail care, lip and nipple balms. Jumpers, sweaters, coats, pants, leggings, cardigans and blazers are their thing. If you want to go extremely elegant while pregnant try Hatch.

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If you’re plus size, then think PinkBlush. PinkBlush has everything pregnant women beyond size 14 would need from dresses to tops to downs and for baby showers, photo shoots and more. They also offer very chic but comfortable clothing for non-plus size women.

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This is another brand that has a lot of variety. QueenBee Maternity has all the I’s dotted and T’s crossed as far as maternity clothing is concerned. Everything you’ll need from pregnancy to postpartum to motherhood or nursing you’ll get from QueenBee, whether it’s apparel or accessories, look no further! The Australian brand also features clothing from a wide variety of designers.

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By Nana Ama Afoa Osae I Writer I GreatWonderful Team

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