Much of the UK is covered in snow, ice or at least extreme cold right now and while I do my best to embrace wherever I am in the world, I am no fan of the freezing wind cutting through my clothes. Of course, being almost full-term pregnant my wardrobe choices are currently highly limited, but I simply refuse to spend money on clothes that are only going to last me a few months. So what to do? Maternity tights, it seems, are the solution. I’ve taken to wearing Emma Jane Maternity Tights under my trousers when I have to brave the elements and I have to say I’m really happy with the difference it makes. Especially the fact that the 60 Denier I’ve been testing are hardy and have withstood the growing toenails that I am finding harder to reach these days! There’s a gusset, I think it’s called with plenty room and stretch for the expanding belly but what I really like is that I often find tights that fit me size-wise, are too short for me and I’m constantly having to pull them up as they slip down my legs. These do not do that. I’m actually quite impressed by their length and the fact that I’m not having to constantly hitch up my tights! I’ve worn these tights for a month now – on and off, obviously. Not continuously! – and have to say, if I found normal tights this comfy, I’d be much more of a tights and high heels kind of girl. Competition Up for grabs is a 20 Denier, One Size pair of maternity tights. To stand a chance to win, just pop over to Emma Jane and see what other maternity products they offer. Come back here and leave me a comment to tell me what else from their range you like. The competition closes on 20 February 2012 at 23:59 and winners will be randomly drawn. AND THE WINNER IS: Please read the competition rules.
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Emma Jane Maternity Tights Review
I love the Maternity Tankini
The Maternity Tankini
http://www.emma-jane.com/maternity-nightdress-873.htm The night dress looks fab. I like the way it’s designed to grow with you but not look massively baggy at the start 🙂 x
I like the Maternity Nightdress 873, a bit nicer than the average maternity nightie!
Love the tops.
I love the Maternity Tankini x
I really like their maternity pyjamas