Ingrid & Isabel Maternity: Practical Solutions for Your Growing Belly


My baby bump just recently started to show, and up until recently, I had no problems wearing my regular clothes. A couple of weeks ago I went to put on my favorite black jeans where I noticed that they weren't buttoning or even zipping, for that matter. Only then did I realize that I needed to pull out my favorite maternity accessory, the Bellaband by Ingrid & Isabel.

The soft, seamless, elasticized band extends the wear of your favorite pants by covering up the waistband and imitating a long layered cami. Don't splurge on the expensive maternity jeans just yet, you will be surprised at how far the Bellaband can take your non-maternity pants, jeans, and even skirts!

The Bellband debuted in the maternity market in 2003 and it has quickly become a must-have maternity accessory! In September, Ingrid & Isabel combined the quality and comfort of the original Bellband and added a stay-put silicone strip and additional length for an even better wear.


Who knew that a little piece of silicone added to the Bellaband could make such a difference? It does! No longer do I have the problem of toting around my toddler and having to stop to pull down the band and pull up my pants. The Bellaband stays in place and keeps my unbuttoned, unzipped, jeans up at my waist where they need to be.


I also love wearing my Bellaband with my favorite jeans and the amazingly soft Ingrid & Isabel Long Sleeve V t-shirt. The lightweight tee is very soft and has extended length to accommodate your growing belly.

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{Jeans: JBrand; T-shirt: Ingrid & Isabel Long Sleeve V Black Bellaband Everyday}

Both the Bellaband and the Long Sleeve V t-shirt are available in a wide variety of colors. The Bellaband is available for purchase for $28 retail and lace trim Bellaband for $32 retail. The Long Sleeve V t-shirt is available for $36 retail.

For more information on Ingrid and Isabel please visit their website.

Lauren Jimeson is a NYC transplant from Florida. She is the wife to a very supportive husband, mother of two year little girl, Harlan, and has another girl due March 2012. After working in television, public relations, and education, she has finally found her niche being able to work from home as a writer and the social media director for several companies. Lauren chronicles her life and journey as a city mom with a suburban mentality on her blog, A Mommy in the City.

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We did receive some Ingrid & Isabel products for review.

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