Lamaze Intimates

We all fight the maternity fight until we realize that things like an ugly giant elastic band around the waist of your new jeans can, in fact, be your saving grace. And then there are the things you would never even think had a maternity version -- nevertheless that you would need a maternity version of -- like underwear. Little did you know baby was going to make things fit in the most awkward ways possible. But just like the old days, a good set of undergarments can really make you more confident. Lamaze Intimates supports the natural elements in maternity and childbirth. So it’s nice of them to be giving away a $50 gift card to one of our lucky mamas this week. Lamaze Intimates builds its collection on the premise of fashion and function. They offer a complete line of maternity and nursing bras as well as sleepwear and camisoles, which means you’ll have a lot of fun shopping for a piece for yourself. And did we mention there's free shipping over $30 in case you find a few too many pieces you like with this code: SHIPFREE30?

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