Supportive and breathable, these 3/4 Maternity Sports Leggings are designed specifically for motherhood. The designer, Nikki, is a personal trainer and Mum of 4. Nikki designed these leggings with pregnant and post-natal bellies in mind. The elastic at the top of the leggings is very firm and can be folded up over your belly or down over your hips to wherever you want firm support.
Made with luxe, breathable and silky smooth fabric that is like wearing a second skin, you'll find these comfortable enough to wear all day long. They are tested to make sure there is NO see-through, and the seams create flattering lines down your legs.
We LOVE these for postpartum because the tight band can be folded to where-ever you need it to cover your belly and keep everything smooth when you're getting your groove on. It doesn't move when you bend and you don't need to keep tugging it up or into place, because it's designed with post-partum figures in mind.
Trendy, supportive and comfortable, these leggings are made to keep up with mums and mums-to-be, because we know that you don't have time for wardrobe malfunctions!
A word on sizing:
These leggings are designed to be super supportive, which is perfect for early pregnancy and postpartum bellies, but in the third stage of pregnancy you may find that you prefer a looser fit. If you prefer a looser fit for your belly, you may prefer to go up a size, particularly in the later stages of pregnancy. It depends on how firm you prefer to have the waistband around your belly.
Why we love Cadenshae Maternity & Nursing Activewear
We love the Cadenshae brand because all of their products are made with high quality fabrics and the team ensure that all of the manufacturers they work with comply to all the current safety standards and working conditions are fair. These choices makes this brand one of the most eco friendly active wear brands available. Cadenshae ensure that any of the fabrics they use are produced ethically and are free from harmful substances. The Cadenshae team also recycle as much as they can, and where possible minimise the use of plastic bags. You can read more about the founder Nikki and how Cadenshae came about in our Cadenshae Active Wear Interview.