Did You Know You Can Rent Maternity Clothes?

When I first heard about Borrow for Your Bump I had one of those, “Why didn’t I think of that!” moments. Such a smart idea!

Borrow for Your Bump logo Borrow for Your Bump lets you rent name-brand maternity clothing for a fraction of the cost to buy them. It totally makes since too, I mean you are only pregnant for a few months and by the time you get pregnant again your designer maternity jeans might be out of style.

The Borrow for your Bump site is simple to use, just browse by category and when you find an item you like you can either select to buy it or borrow it at 75% off the retail price.

Borrow For Your Bump Maternity Jeans I like these Paige brand jeans but $194 is a little out of my budget, especially for maternity jeans but for only $49/mo I can rent the same jeans. I think Borrow for Your Bump is especially handy if you have a special event you plan on attending. They have a nice variety of dresses that would be lovely if say, you were going on a cruise. (UPDATE: turns out you can’t go on a cruise after 24 weeks so let’s say you have a wedding to attend!)

For instance, I absolutely LOVE this dress:

Borrow for Your Bump Maternity Dress

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Borrow for Your Bump is my maternity fashion sponsor for the upcoming Brand & Bloggers Summit in Chicago. They are providing my wardrobe for the whole weekend free of charge, stay tune to check out all of my fun outfits!

Jessica is a family lifestyle blogger living in Raleigh, NC with her husband and four sons (9, 6, 5 and 3). Jessica started thebkeepsushonest.com in November of 2009, but has been blogging since 2003. Jessica writes about family life, recipes, travel and products for families. She is also a Work-from-home-mom who manages marketing and social media for a local accounting company.

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2 thoughts on “Did You Know You Can Rent Maternity Clothes?

  1. Kari

    This is awesome!!!! Altho if it’s rented per month it’s almost cheaper to buy haha you’d have to take that into account. (and heads up, sore spot for me, you cant go on cruises if you will enter your 24th week or beyond during the cruise 🙁 so you prob wouldnt be showing much yet)

    Thanks for the info, though!

    1. jessicalieb Post author

      I’ve never actually been on a cruise. Well, let’s say you have a wedding to attend that’s a little more practical for pregnant ladies.


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