Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Zzzzara!

I find my growing belly limits my fashion choices to dresses and... well, dresses. Although maternity pants are everywhere, I don't like the constricting feeling around my belly. Especially since my belly is unusually large for three months.

Everybody remarks on my tummy and how big it is... and that it might be twins. Sorry to disappoint but my OB has assured me it's not! Thank God!

The recent Zara sale I only got to buy a pair of shoes and a couple of cardigans. But I came back today with substantially less people there. I got to enjoy shopping better. I ended up buying three leggings. I got three because their leggings is buntis-friendly! It rides below my belly! Hihi! I still get to wear size small which means after the baby comes I can still use it... albeit being out of fashion by then. A preggy looking shirt with a girl in front was my last purchase.

I was paying already when I spotted a table of maternity pants, shirts and skirts! Woah! Maternity stuff at Zara?!!! Mostly denim pants and just one style of denim skirt. It was the style I wanted! It has this elastic band around the waist to expand along with my belly. Imagine skinny jeans that fit! But lo and behold... out of cash... I did remember mommy is in Madrid right now where Zara abound. I immediately texted her.


It's just now I feel deprived that most of my favorite brands do not consider their preggy customers. Although fashion is preggy-friendly right now with tunics and smocks... still, it would be nice they keep a line for those expecting.

3 comments:

kong-chu said...

Zara in Singapore didn't have their maternity line when I was pregnant... But TopShop and Dorothy Perkins did.

Blairbitch said...

here naman topshop and dorothy perkins don't have... i think they're really targeting the younger crowd...

kat =) said...

Ms. conci, Zara is really cheap in Madrid and it's literally everywhere. Your mom will surely find something for you and your growing belly. =)

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