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Gap has been one of my go-to spots for maternity basics for all three pregnancies now. I have tried not to get a ton of maternity clothes but now that I’m in my third trimester and rather, well, large, I need some more basics. Gap maternity t-shirts, leggings, and basics are comfortable and hold up extremely well. And I would be lying if I didn’t say that I always throw in a cute baby item to two.
I ordered a few things to get me through the third trimester that I wanted to share with you all today. I’m also going to try out a few of their postpartum items, like these nursing bras.
Gap Maternity Clothes I’m Wearing Now
Long Sleeve V-Neck // Long sleeve Gap t-shirts are my maternity go-to. This one is great for layering but also for my day-to-day. It comes in seven colors and is a great essential.
Leggings // These maternity leggings from Gap are super comfortable but they’re also tight enough to hold you in. I like the subtle patterns and the â…ž length. These are made from recycled materials.
Gap Maternity Jeans // These black maternity jeans are a great grab from Gap. They have plenty of stretch and an over-belly panel.
V-Neck Sweater // I really like this maternity sweater over leggings as it is long enough to cover both your backside and bump. The desert rose color is perfect and the sustainable wool is soft and not itchy.
Scoop Neck Dress // This maternity midi dress from Gap is good for a quick date night where you can feel put together.
Postpartum Items I Ordered
Nursing Bras // I am going to try some of these Gap nursing lounge bras. The fact that they are like a tank and super soft intrigued me.
Maternity Nightgown // Normally I sleep in full sweatpants because Zach keeps our house freezing. But if you’ve had a baby you know how hot you get postpartum. I’m going to try this nightgown because it has buttons for easy nursing access.
Cute Gap Baby Items I Added to Cart
Organic Ruffle One-Piece // Just like my own wardrobe I’m leaning toward neutrals. This one-piece footie jumper is so cute with gold polka dots. I like that Gap carries Organic Cotton for their baby clothes.
Ruffle One-Piece // This one-piece also has a subtle ruffle and small polka dots. It has snaps along the legs for easy diaper changes.
Fleece One-Piece // Having a baby in early March means it could be spring weather or a random snowfall. I got this cute fleece one-piece to keep baby warm and cozy.
Printed One-Piece // How cute is this heathered zebra pattern? These waffle footie one-pieces come in a few subtle patterns.
Convertible Sleeper Gown // Another organic option from Baby Gap. This is both a sleeper gown or you can make individual legs by snapping the front and back.
I’ve said all along, a winter pregnancy is not my favorite. But, we’re almost there and I’m sure I’ll forget all about these pregnancy woes when this sweet baby is here.