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I was actually first introduced to Hatch before most of my family and friends knew I was pregnant! My SIL gave me their belly oil and said she used it during her pregnancy and loved it. Another friend of mine also raved out their maternity clothing when I told her the news, so when they reached out to gift some clothes for my ever-changing body, I was ready with open arms!

Before getting pregnant I wasn’t really sure how much I wanted to invest into maternity clothing but now, being over halfway, I’m like give me all the clothes. Nothing fits the same anymore and nothing is comfortable — especially bottoms. So I was really excited to grab some things from Hatch and they totally met all my needs.

Not only are the clothes cute but they’re comfortable with room to grow big or small. I don’t know how exactly they do it but it’s truly items for before, during, and after pregnancy. I’m already living in their leggings and debating if I should snag a second pair for laundry purposes so I never have to go without them. They are just about the only thing I like to wear right now and they’re so comfortable on my bump!

AND the best part of all, Hatch is giving readers a 30% off sitewide code to shop until the 29th! Use code “KRISTA” — and not to worry if you’re seeing this later, after the 29th code “KRISTA” will get you 15% off as well! So it’s a great time to stock up for yourself or a loved one for the holidays!

I shared my favorite picks from their site above in the collage, so many great sweaters, tops, knits, and dresses to choose from. You really can’t go wrong! For sizing, I referenced their size chart and also compared it with individual reviews for each item. I’m wearing a M in the leggings and a S in both tops.

If you’re looking for a gift for someone else, the Hatch Body Oil, Belly Masks, or Must Have Kit is a great gift to give! Everyone needs a little extra bump love and I know it would be a great gift that they wouldn’t think to get themselves. 


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