Plus Size Maternity Clothing Line Has Finally Arrived & Women Have Waited Long Enough

Finding a pair of comfortable of pants that fit is the bane of every woman's existence. If you already have to search up and down for cute plus sized clothing, maternity wear is all the harder to find. Luckily, there's a line of plus size maternity clothing that is going to change everything. Yours Clothing is a line of maternity wear targeted at sizes 14 to 30, which means you can sit at home and just order leggings and party dresses at will.

Yours has always been dedicated to outfitting plus sizes but their maternity line takes it to a whole new level. If you're looking to channel your inner Chrissy Teigen, this is the way to go. There's a "Bump It Up" maternity dress in black lace that only runs in sizes 16-32. That's a far cry from anything you can find at any maternity section in the mall (not that there's anything wrong with that, but variety is killer).

They run the gamut from leggings to statement tees and party dresses. And the clothes are cute. They're also made mostly from super nice fabrics that will make the transition from spring to summer all the more bearable. There's a lot to be said for jersey cotton.

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Seriously — the clothing isn't just boring or plain jane, or disheveled. It's what it's supposed to be: stylish and simple enough to pair online without feeling like you'll have to return everything (because that's the worst). Finally, someone decided to start considering that plus-size women and moms enjoy fashion too.

For the longest time (like, ever since women were allowed to vote and be pregnant in public), maternity wear has been boxy, bound to elastic, and downright dowdy AF. It's great to love proud pregnancy trendsetters like Kate Middleton or Kim Kardashian... but who has stylists on-call like that? Who has on-call trainers to maintain bodies like that?

No one does. New lines like Yours are worth playing around with because they have cute silhouettes and you can get a dress for under fifty bucks. That's a deal. In the same vein, Thinx has started making underwear that, if you're brave enough to ditch your tampon, might be the next best thing.

For too long, maternity wear and plus sized clothing has been relegated to the back corners of department stores. The revolution may not be televised, but it will be all about shopping online. Or at least supporting female friendly fashion.