When you’re looking for true style, but don’t want to break your budget, Gap Maternity clothes may be the answer to your fashion dilemma. They are the type of clothes you’ll be proud to wear—the perfect blend of the fun and the functional. You’ll feel completely feminine wearing the clothes—yet you won’t feel matronly.
An Alternative Viewpoint
The idea for Gap Maternity was hatched six years ago. The basic premise
was to offer mothers-to-be an alternative to staid maternity clothes.
Gap hoped that its pregnant customers would feel stylish in Gap Maternity
wear—yet would also feel entirely comfortable. The company then
set out to rework some of its classic designs to fit a pregnant woman’s
body. No longer limited to just the Internet, Gap Maternity clothes
are now sold in some babyGap stores.
Customer Feedback Crucial
With Gap Maternity clothes, customer feedback is critical. Various garments have been designed specifically with customers in mind. For instance, Gap Maternity pants and jeans come in a variety of sizes and constructions, so they are contoured to fit the pregnant body. The clothes also have special detailing to make them particularly stylish. Gap Maternity also offers a variety of items suitable for every occasion, from workouts at the gym to working 9-5 in the office complex.
Convenience is Key
Key to Gap Maternity’s success is the convenience of its shopping experience. Company officials designed gapmaternity.com to be a simple site to navigate. The website includes an impressive array of styles and colors, fashion tips, and guidance on how to wear the key looks of every season. In addition, Gap Maternity prides itself on its stellar customer service. You can return items free by mail or to any Gap store in the U.S. if you find that a garment doesn’t fit right.
Special Gap Maternity Clothing
There are certain examples of Gap Maternity clothing that truly stand out. For instance, the striped hooded sweater is particularly eye-catching. The sweater is made of a soft knit nylon blend, so it is comfortable to wear. It has long sleeves and is a longer length than standard, so it is particularly good for the cold. The zip front can be zipped from top or bottom, making it especially convenient to wear.
For particularly sleek style, consider this five-pocket corduroy skirt. There are actually two ways to wear the demi panel—over your tummy when you’re just beginning to show or below the belly when you’re far along in your pregnancy. The machine washable skirt is 98 percent cotton and two percent spandex.
If you’re looking for something to cuddle up in this winter, consider Gap Maternity’s wool wrap coat. This wool blend coverup has a wrap tie at the side, a notched collar, and a single button closure at the neck. As an alternative, consider the corduroy peacoat, made of high-quality wide wale cotton corduroy. It is double-breasted with an oversized collar and side welt pockets. The 100 percent cotton coat is a stunning addition to any pregnancy wardrobe.