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    Default Underwear!

    Hi girls, I'm just curious as to what kind of undies you are finding most comfortable during your pregnancy? I usually wear bikini briefs or boyleg hipsters but have found them to be a bit restrictive with my little baby bulge. Could just need a size upgrade, but I'm wondering what others have found.

    I hope you don't mind sharing


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    im just wearing bonds low rise briefs. They sit just perfectly under my bulge

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    I always wore bonds hipsters in a size or two larger in later pg so they didn't cut into my legs.

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    Thanks ladies.

    Fletch, those maternity undies sound great! I might have to check them out.

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    Nother bonds hipster fan here too, not the boyleg ones though, just the regular bikini. The maternity undies always looked huge to me LOL

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    Hmmm, I'm thinking that I just need to up-size my hipsters. Luckily we've got a Bonds factory outlet near us so I can usually get them for $3 or $4 a pair

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    oh Fletch may have to go to Myer this week & get me one of them!! Bf'ing in the hot Brissy summer would be nice to just have a singlet to wear if needed.

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    Nice stretcy M&S big pants! Have to get some more today, I only have one pair. Low-rise briefs are also good, but the really tight, high-rise fitted tangas just push into the bump too much and are banished.

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    G's are the way to go for me, as long as they're not too tight.....
    If you want a Bonds maternity bra, they're only $25 from Big W instead of $40ish or something from Myer....they're pretty good bras I must say. Nice shape. The singlets sound great too....but shop around as they're pretty expensive!
    I find in the hot weather I sometimes just wear boxers...so much better than any sort of undies...

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    Yep, Bonds hipsters here too in a size up. Also got some very similar from KMart (Underworks brand) when they were out of Bonds. They fit basicaly the same and have a funky contrasting elastic.

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    Hi,

    I just bought a pack of the next size up bikini briefs and they are sooooooooooo comfy.

    Im normally a 10 to 12, i bought a 14 to 16 and i love them, everything else annoys me now, these sit nicely on my belly and dont dig in and arent tight.

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    I can wear my normal knickers up to about now, and then I have to go into over bump undies, or into maternity knickers.
    I just bought a 2pack of HUGE undies from K Mart - the cottontails?? Not sure what they will be like, but they are enormous. Oh well....... At least they wont roll under my belly everytime I bend over!
    We shall see.

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    Not trying to prove a point Fletch (really, I'm not!), but was in Big W today and the Bonds Maternity Singlet was $27.95 (not on sale)....which doesnt' really matter anyway if Myer are doing a 25% off at the mo.

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