Maternity Belly Band – Pregnancy Bump Band – Made in UK (Pre Pregnancy Size UK 8, Black)

As featured in Practical Parenting Magazine “…an ingenious invention from designer Harry Duley, who developed the band of fabric to sit over the tummy or below a top. For pregnant women it ‘bridges the gap’ between a top and a waistband, offers support as you get bigger and keeps your tummy covered when breastfeeding…” And

Product Features

  • Handmade in Britain. Supersoft & breathable cotton. Perfect to wear next to your skin.
  • The essential layering piece. Wear your favourite non-maternity tops for longer.
  • Unique shaped design (smaller at the top than the hips), preventing the belly band from falling down, or rolling.
  • Great when breastfeeding too, because it leaves the tummy covered.
  • Pre Pregnancy UK Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28.

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2 Responses to Maternity Belly Band – Pregnancy Bump Band – Made in UK (Pre Pregnancy Size UK 8, Black)

  1. Maria says:

    Good product, a bit over priced It’s a good product and it arrived on time. The band allows me to still use my normal pants with the top button undone, which is the reason why I bought it. I didn’t want to have to invest too much on maternity clothe and with this I will probably last at least a few more months before having to actually buy maternity pants.I think it’s a bit expensive considering it’s just a piece of fabric in tube form, but I opted for this option over others because it was all cotton. It works…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Wearing this so far from 18-20 weeks and it’s a complete game-changer. My trousers don’t do up any more but the belly band folded in half over the top lets me keep wearing my normal clothes in public! It helps keep the trousers up and is also a comforting support around the base of my tummy. It looks like I’m wearing a top under my top.The only downside is that at work I do a lot of bending and stretching, and when I sit down the band rides up around my waist rather than my hips…