Find Your Fit - Maternity



Bodystyler Maternity Support Tanktop





Best time to buy:

1st trimester: If you feel heavy, your pants feel tight and you want to look and feel more ‘pregnant’.

2nd trimester:All of the above…and if you’re active and working out, need to extend your wardrobe to be able to include both pre-pregnancy and maternity, and need back & belly support all day or on bedrest.

3rd trimester: All of the above…. and if you’re feeling the effects of pregnancy with backaches, belly heaviness, overall discomfort and uncomfortable in your clothing.

Maternity sizing tip:

If in-between sizes, we suggest you size up if in your 3rd trimester.

1-3 Months: Use your pre-pregnancy size

4-6 Months: Use your pre-pregnancy size

7-9 Months: Use your pre-pregnancy size and size up 1 size if in-between sizes

Design detail:

The built-in belly support area has a fully opaque, solid belly coverage, so you can wear out without layering over it.



Bodystyler Maternity Support Underbust Belly Support Tank





Best time to buy:

1st trimester: If you feel heavy, your pants feel tight and you want to look and feel more ‘pregnant’.

2nd trimester: All of the above…and if you’re active and working out, need to extend your wardrobe to be able to include both pre-pregnancy and maternity, standing for long periods of time, and need back & belly support.

3rd trimester: All of the above….and if you’re feeling the effects of pregnancy with backaches, belly heaviness, overall discomfort and uncomfortable in your clothing.

Maternity sizing tip:

If in-between sizes, we suggest you size up if in your 3rd trimester.

1-3 Months: Use your pre-pregnancy size

4-6 Months: Use your pre-pregnancy size

7-9 Months: Use your pre-pregnancy size and size up 1 size if in-between sizes

Design detail:

During the seamless knitting, the machine ‘drops’ the yarn during the transition of stitches that creates the ultra support in the built-in belly support area. When looking at the interior of the garment, you may notice what appears to be ‘fraying’, but that is actually a common feature of circular knitting- you may have noticed it before on the inside heel area of a pair of socks. Your Bodystyler is completely secure and is not a sign of damage or irregularities.



Maternity Built-In Support Bellyband





Best time to buy:

1st trimester: If you feel heavy, your pants feel tight and you want to look and feel more ‘pregnant’.

2nd trimester: All of the above…and if you’re active and working out, need to extend your wardrobe to be able to include both pre-pregnancy and maternity, and needing strapless support to wear with strapless or strappy top styles.

3rd trimester: All of the above…. and if you’re feeling the effects of pregnancy with back aches, belly heaviness, overall discomfort and uncomfortable in your clothing.

Maternity sizing tip:

Use your pre-pregnancy size.

Design detail:

During the seamless knitting, the machine ‘drops’ the yarn during the transition of stitches that creates the ultra support in the built-in belly support area. When looking at the interior of the garment, you may notice what appears to be ‘fraying’, but that is actually a common feature of circular knitting- you may have noticed it before on the inside heel area of a pair of socks. Your Bodystyler is completely secure and is not a sign of damage or irregularities.



Maternity Belly Lift + Support Leggings





Best time to buy:

1st trimester: When you barely have a bump, but are sensitive to any pressure on your belly area or struggling with pregnancy nausea and need comfortable clothing.

2nd trimester: All of the above…and if you’re active and working out, standing for long periods of time, and need a style staple to last your entire pregnancy.

3rd trimester: All of the above….and if you’re feeling the effects of pregnancy with back aches, belly heaviness, overall discomfort and uncomfortable in your clothing.

Maternity sizing tip:

These run large, so buy a size smaller if you’re in-between the size range.

Design detail:

During the seamless knitting, the machine ‘drops’ the yarn during the transition of stitches that creates the ultra support in the built-in belly support area. When looking at the interior of the garment, you may notice what appears to be light ‘fraying’along the edge of the belly support, but that is actually a common feature of circular knitting - you may have noticed it before on the inside heel area of a pair of socks. Your Bodystyler is completely secure and is not a sign of damage or irregularities.



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