Belly Belt kits expand the waistband of jeans, pants and skirts to turn them into maternity wear. A stretchy Belly Belt simply buttons into the existing button and buttonhole on the garment’s waistband. Belly Belt is the maternity wear solution!
(PRWEB) June 20, 2005 -- Most women have a favorite pair of denim jeans. So
wouldn’t it be great to wear those jeans when you’re pregnant?
A clever new idea allows you to do just that.
Belly Belt kits expand the waistband of jeans, pants and skirts to turn them into maternity wear.
A stretchy Belly Belt simply buttons into the existing button and buttonhole on the garment’s waistband.
Colored fabric panels slip over the belt to cover the gap, and a maternity shirt is worn over the top.
Inventor and mother Christine Kininmonth from Australia developed the Belly Belt when she was pregnant.
“I loved my work suits and thought it would be sensible to try to adapt what I had instead of buying clothes that were too roomy.
Canadians are very similar to Australians, especially when it comes to making their dollar stretch a little further.”
Elsa Mailloux says when she was first pregnant she felt like a clown in maternity clothes. “I did not show enough to wear maternity clothes yet I was too big for normal clothes. The Belly Belt enabled me to save money and still feel ‘normal’.”
Belly Belt kits contain everything needed to adapt clothing into maternity wear. Each kit includes three sized belts and three coloured fabric panels. It sells for A$32.95 and is available at major department stores, Bras N Things and many independent maternity wear and baby goods stores.
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