Featured Review: Expand Your Maternity Wardrobe With Tummy Tie

The early stages of pregnancy can be a bit of a challenge when comes to clothing. During that “in between” stage, regular jeans don’t button up and maternity slacks are just too large and end up looking frumpy. I tried the elastic trick which works for a little while but is incredibly uncomfortable after prolonged use and wear.

Recently, I had the opportunity to test out the Tummy Tie. This genius product was designed to enable women to continue wearing their favorite pants or skirts while pregnant or after gaining that extra bit of weight. Tummy Ties are made from a soft elasticized strip which fastens to your jeans or pants using your existing button and buttonhole. They can be used on front, back and side fasteners making them useful for all kinds of jeans, slacks, pants and skirts.

I love how the strip expands with your waistline and doesn’t “bunch up”! They are super comfortable and I experienced no bunching or pinching while wearing them. Tummy Tie is an amazing accessory that allows you to stretch out your regular wardrobe, saves money on maternity wear and is easy on the pocket book!

Each pack includes 2 Black Tummy Ties (11 cm long and 15 cm long) and 1 White, measuring 11 cm.

Price: $19.95 from Tummy Tie

(Thank you to Tummy Tie for providing us a sample for review!)

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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  1. Sandy

    March 3, 2010 at 9:53 pm

    i bought one of these at a baby show last year and it was absolutely fabulous – much better than the other thing which didnt work for me at all!

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