Top 4 Maternity Leggings this Season

We don’t know about you, but we love leggings here at Bump Boxes! Leggings are comfortable, versatile and the next best thing to wearing pajamas every day. And you don’t have to miss out during pregnancy — the maternity leggings market is huge. No one loves stretchy clothes quite like a woman sporting a bump!

When shopping for maternity leggings, there are a few features you can look for: full support, panels to offer full bump coverage, low rise, etc. The key is to find what makes you most comfortable. Another point to consider is the length of time you intend to wear the leggings. Are they investment pieces that can be worn after pregnancy, or do you just need some to get you through in a pinch? Either way, we have you covered with our favorite maternity leggings.

1. Ingrid & Isabel Active Mesh Detail Capri with Crossover Panel – $78

We love these cute and sporty maternity leggings for hitting the gym and running our errands. Even better? The crossover panel offers back support as your belly grows and helps to keep you cool. You can snag a pair of no-slip leggings here.

2. BLANQI Everyday Support Maternity Leggings – $64

These are those live-in type of leggings. You know, the ones you might wear for too many days in a row before washing! The buttery soft fabric and seam-free support ensures maximum comfort, and they’re super durable. Stock up  here.

3. Motherhood Maternity Fleece Lined Leggings – $27

As the weather gets cooler, these fleece-lined maternity leggings will be an absolute must. With the soft and warm fleece lining and the ankle length, these will be on repeat all winter. Grab yours to snuggle up in here.

4. Bandia Wet Look Maternity Leggings – $56

You’ll love the sexy look of these leggings, and won’t have to give up any comfort to get it. These supportive leggings add a fun and dressy vibe to any outfit — perfect for your holiday parties. Find a pair here.

So let’s talk leggings, mama! Which brand are your must-haves throughout the fall and winter seasons?