UK Online Maternity Clothing Pregnancy Dresses Wireless Nursing Bras Launched

A new online maternity clothing store has been launched by Honest Maternity. The shop was created for mothers by mothers and stock a selection of comfortable and fashionable maternity wear including dresses, underwear and accessories.

London, United Kingdom - June 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Honest Maternity have announced the launch of their new online store. The UK based shop is offering mothers-to-be a range of affordable and stylish maternity clothes and accessories.

Honest Maternity is an online maternity store created by mothers for mothers. They understand that pregnancy brings with it a number of issues and they wanted to create a place where women can find all the maternity clothes and essentials they need to feel comfortable and stylish.

Their newly launched online shop features a wide range of affordable and fashionable maternity clothing including maternity dresses, tops, trousers, swimwear, underwear and other maternity accessories. It also offers a selection of new baby essentials such as changing bags and teething accessories.

One of the easiest, most stylish and comfortable items of clothing to wear when pregnant is a dress. Honest Maternity stock a selection of dresses in a variety styles that are created especially with a growing bump and comfort in mind.

They carry a style for almost any event including work-wear, every day casual and more formal styles ideal for wedding guests. Many of the dresses also feature hidden nursing panels so that new mothers can breastfeed comfortably in their dresses postpartum.

Comfortable underwear specially designed for pregnancy is a must for comfort when pregnant due to changes occurring in the body. The store offers women a choice of beautiful wireless comfortable and supportive bras for pregnancy and breastfeeding.

They also offer a selection of maternity support belts for bumps to help relieve common pregnancy discomforts. The shop also stocks waistband extenders in a variety of colours for those women who want to carry on wearing their regular jeans and trousers throughout their pregnancy.

A customer has said of their experience of shopping with Honest Maternity: “Comfortable and stylish. The clothes I ordered made me feel really confident and were also great value for money in my opinion.”

More information and the full line of maternity clothing and accessories is available at the URL above.

For more information, please visit the website here:

Contact Info:
Name: Honest Maternity
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Organization: Honest Maternity
Address: 64 Nile Street, London N1 7SR, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-20-3813-7957

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 524776

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