This is a guest post by Tara Strudwick, co-owner of Yo Mama Maternity.
Winters in Edmonton can feel long, but no one feels it quite like the expectant mamas between limited sunlight AND limited options in winter apparel!
From fleece lined leggings to the Canadian Made M coat, Yo Mama Maternity has you covered, cozy, and Dressed to the 9th all winter long!
The B-Warmer Nursing Hoodie is a customer fave this time of year thanks to its cozy factor! The front overlap has a supple fleece lining to keep your bosom warm and snug, while the rest of the garment is cool and comfortable.
Super comfortable and easy to pair with tunics, sweaters – anything! We have leggings in many colours, with both above and below the belly panels, and they’re also available fleece lined for a cold winter day and afternoons spent at the rink.
We offer both short and long sleeved sweaters, depending on how those hormones are making you feel, as well as great cardigans to layer with leggings or to wear to work.
Tunics are all about comfort while looking put together. They are also super versatile and can typically be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion! We have some great ones for lounging at home all day and others that can be put to work for you at the office.
This versatile coat offers the option of wearing pregnant, post-pregnancy while baby wearing, and forever after because of it’s unique removable insert panel. It protects against our harsh winters while keeping you looking great and feeling up for whatever weather is thrown at you!
Yo Mama Maternity is your go-to place for the best maternity fashion in the Edmonton area.
We are proud to have them as title sponsors for our upcoming Bump Brunch, which will be held at the Holt Renfrew Cafe on Sunday, November 24!
Yo Mama Maternity will also be hosting our Bump Brunch Maternity Fashion Show!
For all this and more, including expert speakers, a scrumptious brunch, and prizes for all who attend, be sure to get your tickets to Bump Brunch!
Over to you: what are your maternity winter essentials? Share in the comments below