Swift Maternity & Postnatal Run Jacket - JET BLACK
Our Swift jacket has been developed as a staple item for winter runs and walks, with a clever feature to ensure it fits throughout your pregnancy but show no sign of 'maternity wear' postnatally.
This clever jacket has a unique hidden panel that you can unzip for comfort over your bump. When baby is here, simply zip the panels away and wear as any other jacket for many years to come. The thick but fast drying fabric will keep you warm without feeling sweaty. With plenty of room to layer our nursing tops or a tank top underneath, the full length zip makes breastfeeding easily accessible.
In addition, we have designed this jacket with extra long cuffs at the sleeve, to keep hands warm and make it easy to strap a fitness watch to the outside of the jacket. And last but not least, the front zip pockets are ideal for keeping keys, snacks and even phones, totally safe.
- Thick, soft, quick drying fabric with 4-way stretch
- Hidden zip panels to ensure the jacket fits over bumps
- Extra long cuffs to rest a watch and keep hands cosy
- Zip front pockets to keep valuables safe
Our pregnant model is 33 week pregnant and wearing size S. Our postnatal model wears XS
It can be tricky to know what size to get when your shape is constantly changing. We want to ensure you get a perfect fit every time so have created this handy size guide to help you get it right.
Measuring bra size
If you are not sure what bra size you currently are, grab a tape measure and check out Boob or Bust who have a handy calculator, calibrated to take pregnancy and breastfeeding in to account.
This chart calculates in line with the Boob or Bust size guides rather than the bra size you wear. This is because bra sizes vary hugely between brands and we want to ensure you get the best fit every time. At the very least we recommend choosing the size that corresponds with your under bust measurement in inches - not your bra size!
We always recommend choosing your pre-pregnancy size for the best fit during and after pregnancy. If you are already pregnant and finding bras too tight, we'd typically suggest picking one size below your current under bust measurement and using the bra extender to the end of your pregnancy (for the best postnatal fit).
Still not sure? Drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org with your measurements and current bra size and we will get back to you as soon as we can!
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