1 02/05/2014 life Fashion

GapMaternity Comes to Canada

Maternity style certainly changed between my first and third pregnancies. With my first I was wearing a lot of HUGE tunics and leggings. With my first, there may have been bows around my neck and tent-like blouses,  and the selection in stores was so far from my normal style that it was like I took a nine month hiatus from me.

By my third time around, the maternity stores were offering a few pieces that were closer to what I’d wear in a non-pregnant state (JEANS!! BLAZERS! FITTED T-SHIRTS!), but they were expensive, and by the end of each pregnancy I was eager to burn those pieces from overuse.

This week Gap announced that GapMaternity collection is available in Canada, and these are pieces I’d wear…gestating or not!

GapMaternity2 GapMaternity

Expectant moms can shop their Gap favourites, now designed specifically for their changing shape.  Moms know that Gap is always chic and always comfortable, and GapMaternity has the figure-flattering must-haves for when you show and grow. Here’s a full list of stores in Canada that have the complete collection:

Ontario
Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Toronto
Square One Shopping Centre, Mississauga
Mapleview Mall, Burlington
Bayshore Shopping Centre, Nepean
Rideau Centre, Ottawa

Quebec
Montreal Eaton Centre, Montreal
Place Ste-Foy, Quebec City

Alberta
Chinook Centre, Calgary

Manitoba
Polo Park, Winnipeg

Nova Scotia
Mumford Road, Halifax

  • Julie

    about 9 years too late…oh well! at least there’s hope for the future :) at my stage in life i’m happy V.S. came to canada :)

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