Stay supported and comfortable throughout your pregnancy in our Everyday Maternity Leggings. Our maternity compression leggings work magic on all those pregnancy aches and pains by providing firm all-over support for your back, hips and pelvis. Compression throughout the legs also helps to reduce swelling.
The extra long high-waisted belly band goes comfortably over your bump through to full term. We even recommend these for post-partum wear including both vaginal and Caesarean births for assisting with recovery, including reduction of postpartum abdominal separation / diastasis recti.
These leggings are equally suitable for pre and postnatal exercise classes, or for every day wear. Stretchy and compressive for your workouts, or just throw a cute top or dress on and you're all set for a weekend brunch too!
Squat proof, with a buttery soft feel and a gorgeous silky sheen. And YES, there are pockets!
- High-waisted with extra long belly band
- Sleek, stretchy, compressive and squat-proof
- Quick drying and sweat-wicking
- Sustainably made from recycled PET
- Deep side pockets for your phone, keys and essentials
- 7/8-length for all season wear
Jo wears a size S legging. She is 157cm, 32 weeks pregnant and usually wears an AU8.
Sarah (a proud Darumbal & Yiman woman) wears a size S legging (though ideally she would wear an XS which was not available for the shoot). She is 154 cm, 35 weeks pregnant and usually wears an AU6-8.
Our maternity bottoms are already made with a slightly wider hip measurement than our standard non-maternity bottoms in order to accommodate for the natural changes that occur with pregnancy. We recommend you stick to your usual size.
STRONG WOMEN. This print was created in collaboration with Sheri Skele of Bigi Nagala, a proud Bidjara woman and a contemporary Aboriginal Artist. In Sheri's words "In this artwork you will see groups of women connecting and healing through sitting together and learning from each other. The symbols and elements represent women from all walks of life including, women in power, women at home, women in birth, women in motherhood and women in life. Being a woman is important to the generation of life, the earth, the land, relationships, and all things of importance in this world. In Aboriginal culture women play significant and sacred roles in taking care of land, country, children, Law, ceremony, and life-they teach all the children how to be, how to love, how to care for country, for Law, for spirit and for life. ”