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Old 09-23-2011, 10:44 PM
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Paige maternity sizing help :)

I am looking at buying a pair of Paige maternity jeans in McKinley wash. I am unfamiliar with the 60/40 wash... I've been trying to find info on it and keep seeing that it either: a) has decent stretch, or b) doesn't stretch at all?!

I had a pair of Laurel Canyons in Rain for my last pregnancy and they had a bit of give to them, but since I'm unfamiliar with the McKinley wash, I'm not sure what to do.

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it stretches, but it's not stretchy. it's the kind of stretch that is sort of constricting if that makes sense. paige describes it as a "hold you in" stretch.
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Thanks, Cat! I am thinking that is a bad wash for a maternity jean, especially for those of us who do tend to get a little heavier everywhere as a pregnancy progresses.

I still would love to find a pair of maternity Paiges. What would be a good wash that would have some decent stretch to them?
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Some of the older maternity stuff is made in Rainn wash. That is a nice lightweight (so you don't get too hot) and stretchy (so you stay comfy) wash. Perfect for maternity.
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Some of the older maternity stuff is made in Rainn wash. That is a nice lightweight (so you don't get too hot) and stretchy (so you stay comfy) wash. Perfect for maternity.
These are one of the pairs that I already own. Unfortunately, they are too small for this pregnancy

Thanks for the suggestion, though!
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Gavin (on Paige website) looks promising. 6pm has something in Icon that is also a cotton/elasterall/spandex blend.

I think as long as you avoid the 60/40 washes you should be fine. I have Verdugo in Super McKinley and they aren't terrible (though they would probably be the first pair of jeggings I stopped wearing if I were PG )
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I just got two pairs of maternity paiges. They run a size smaller than my COH maternity and my hudson maternity. I am going to relist them.
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