Target's New Maternity Collection is Super Stylish—And Won't Break the Bank
The hunt for cute, affordable, and comfortable maternity clothes is over—thanks to the new Isabel Maternity by Ingrid & Isabel collection, soon to be available at Target.
Ingrid Carney made her first maternity garment in 2003 out of necessity—the working mom-to-be had a business meeting to attend, and found she couldn’t button her pants. That wardrobe malfunction led to the creation of the BellaBand, and helped Carney gain cult-hero status among fellow waistband-busting preggos everywhere. After that came a full maternity line, Ingrid & Isabel, and now, a labor-of-love collaboration with Target. “We’ve literally spent the last two years collaborating on what this should look like,” she told Parents.com.
The 120-item collection, all priced between $16.99 and $39.99, is based heavily on what Carney calls "basics, essentials, and must-haves"—with the idea being that moms-to-be should shop their closets first, and then fill in their maternity wardrobe with versatile, wearable pieces.
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The collection is set to launch on July 30 and will be available at Target.com and in most Target stores. The best part? The offerings are all fashion-forward items that we'd want to wear even if we weren't pregnant, but made to accommodate a mom-to-be's changing body.
Can't wait to shop this collection? You won't have to for much longer—but in the meantime, take a sneak peek at some of our top picks.
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Maternity pants that feature cool moto styling? Yes, please.
Because preggos deserve to jump in on this super fashion denim trend too.
This breezy option will get tons of play even after you've delivered.
...And just like that, you can comfortably wear your non-maternity jeans.
A cozy fall staple made bump-friendly.
An LSD (that's little striped dress) is a staple in every woman's wardrobe, and we love how this one puts the bump front and center.
Just a classic, casual go-to look that doesn't scream "I'm wearing way too much fabric so my bump can fit!"
Which piece is your favorite?