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By preggersmcgee - / Monday 22 October 2012 16:09 / United States - Nixa
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By  donut_gurl  |  8

Are you sure its a maternity dress? because some pregnant ladies don't need maternity clothes. I still wear my maternity clothes even though i have lost all my baby weight. You can't tell at all, so if you like the dress and it fits you nice wear it anyway.

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  Futacy  |  29

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  Zoomali  |  1

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  saralily  |  9

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  Osafune  |  19

Yeah, and maybe it wasn't necessarily a maternity dress. Loose floppy things seem to be in style, at least where I am, so maybe the pregnant lady was just wearing one of those. Either way, that's no reason to lose your confidence.

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  evilplatypus  |  33

Not only what 2 and 7 said, but some maternity dresses are designed to be for both pregnant and non-pregnant women. If it had an empire waist drawstring it was probably meant to double.

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  MDTeddy  |  13

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  heygirlie777  |  21

30- maternity clothes are made so that pregnant woman will be comfortable because they already have enough aches and pains to worry about. They don't want to "hide" the fact that they're preganant.

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hey, if you rocked that dress, then you rocked it! keep in mind, not many people can rock those kinds of dresses (either maternity or the one that's meant for both maternity and non) I know I can't! I look like I've gained a ton of weight, and not even the pregnant type of weight, just weight. they look terrible on me. everyone is made differently, be proud you found what types of clothes you look fucking awesome in! sometimes that's hard for people to do!

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  Ameel_fml  |  19

If it looked good, then why does it matter if it was a maternity dress? I bought a comfortable pair of pants once, only to later discover they are maternity pants. Didn't bother me...they're the comfiest pants I own! And they keep my belly warm in winter :D

By  donut_gurl  |  8

Are you sure its a maternity dress? because some pregnant ladies don't need maternity clothes. I still wear my maternity clothes even though i have lost all my baby weight. You can't tell at all, so if you like the dress and it fits you nice wear it anyway.

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Exactly. My mom was 8 months pregnant with me and still tiny, she didn't need maternity clothes. So the dress doesn't necessarily have to be a maternity dress...but either way, if it looks good on you, who cares?

By  rebelliousshroom  |  12

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  doodlecloud  |  26

...whilst this is a nice thought, is this actually true? I don't think I've EVER been in a shop that does a normal and maternity version of a garment. Unless you just meant that similar style garments exist. Anyone care to explain to me?

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  xNephilim  |  18

It's probably called, you know, a joke. But it would be pretty awesome to have that. Just like I wish they'd have adult versions of some kids clothes.

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  IsThisMyName  |  0

Actually, even if she was just being rude or whatever she's right some clothing lines have the same clothes for pregnant and non pregnant women. I have a pair of YMI shorts I got before I got pregnant. When I decided to buy maternity clothes I found the same YMI shorts with a maternity waist band instead of the regular button and zipper...

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  xNephilim  |  18

Oh. Sorry. I just kind of figured that you'd meant it as a joke, because you said *most* clothing lines have a maternity and a regular version... And that's kind of not true. Sorry again.

By  MakeTodayADTR  |  20

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