ASOS Maternity Collection


You know what we love about the ASOS – the website. It’s so easy to use and our thing is, regardless of whether you are pregnant or not, is that you can ‘view the catwalk’. For almost every item you can see a little video of someone walking in that item of clothing. It’s fab. It means you can see how it hangs, how short it is, what the movement is like etc. All very important aspects of shopping online. We love it.

Anyway, back to the maternity collection. As you’d expect from ASOS, the collection is varied. It includes everything from vests to jeans to maxi dresses and boyfriend jackets. And that’s where we will start with our top picks, things which we would put in our shopping basket:

Our picks from the ASOS maternity collection
Our picks from the ASOS maternity collection

We are disappointed in only one thing – the lack of colour. We would have liked to have seen a little more colour in the collection

Price wise – the collection is comparable to all the over high street collections.

Size wise – the collection goes from a size 8 to a size 18 … so if you have a fuller figure you will need to look elsewhere.

So all in all,  we give ASOS The Bump Wear Project’s seal of approval. You can check out the full range now and once you have, let us know what you think in the comments box below. Do you agree with our choices? Or are there other items you would spend your hard earned cash on?

ps. Do you remember our Trend Alert: Stripes post? Well, just to show how bang on we are, the ASOS collection has no less than 8 stripey garments! Oh yes, stick with us!


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  2. Im liking the waterfall cardigan. Whats the problem with waterfall cardigans???!!!! They dont have bows or lace on them LOL!!!!

  3. I have the blazer, the cardi and the babydoll dress!!!! And the waterfall cardi…i love it!!! (I am a fickle pickle!)
    Great article as always Claire.x

  4. Loving the clothes, especially the waterfall cardy, so pleased I picked up a couple at Primark on my last visit over at £10 each they will be a staple for my pregnancy wardrobe.

    There is an award over at mine for you too.

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  6. Word of warning – some of the items do run small.

    I ordered the breton stripe t-shirt in a size 10 Maternity and I swear its not even maternity – they’ve just stuck that label on it! Its waaaay too tight and I still have 10 weeks to go. Its a shame as its a lovely top.

    I got a few tops similar to it from Zara normal range and am ten times happier with them 🙂

  7. It is nice to see that there is such a range of clothes available for pregnant women. Appearance can really affect your confidence so this is definitely a step in the right direction, though admittedly comfort should be paramount during this time period.

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  8. oh so glad i found you, my Wife is due soon and we have a perty coming up she doesnt feel comfortable going to due to lack of clothing to suit her condition, thenkyou, i can now surprise her with a new outfit from here and both enjoy the party and her beautiful shape with one of your outfits!
    Many thanks

  9. The disappointing thing with this seasons asos was there wasnt much floaty summer stuff, all a little bit office like and maternity wear especially should be comfy and light, sorry asos, didnt rock my world at my time of need.

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