Panther Maternity & Postnatal Leggings - Jet Black
The latest addition to our collection of leggings is the Panther range. Suitable to see you through your pregnancy and still be a great postnatal fit, this subtle print is perfect for jazzing up your workout wardrobe with an understated look.
- Soft, wicking fabric
- Can be worn high and low waisted
- Suitable for during and after pregnancy
- Totally squat proof
- Deep pockets on both sides
- Medium support for everyday activities
- Full length
The wide, non-slip, over bump panel, provides support to your bump, back and hips as your baby grows. Feel like you need a little extra lift? Simply fold the panel over itself, under the bump for additional compression support in these areas.
Post-pregnancy keep the panel folded up for extra coverage if you feel you need it, or fold it down and wear as you would any other leggings. The low rise waistline has been specially designed to avoid irritating c-section scars and the high tech fabric wicks sweat as you work out.
While these leggings are as comfortable for yoga as they are for more high impact activities, the luxurious fabric makes them as stylish for everyday wear – because who doesn't love to live in their leggings when pregnant?
Not sure what size you need? Take a look at our size guide below - this is based on your typical pre-pregnancy size. If you are usually between sizes and pregnant, we suggest sizing up. If you are looking to wear them as a postnatal legging, we suggest sizing down (or sizing to the lower end of the spectrum). If you still aren't totally sure, drop us an email on email@example.com for advice and we'll be happy to help you find the best fit.
Our model is a pre-pregnancy size 10/12 and is wearing a 10. She is 34 weeks pregnant in the images.
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!
HOODIES AND YOGA TOPS
Super comfortable maternity leggings. Made from a soft fabric, absolutely love wearing them.
Great fit, very comfortable, would highly recommend
Comfiest and very supportive leggings. Great for every day wearing as well as working out. Bought a second pair I loved them so much! Super soft and great coverage as you grow.
I have already bought the natal active shorts which are fantastic, so was disappointed with these leggings. They fall down doing just walking let alone running which is very frustrating. They are comfortable, but not good for being active!
Hi Hanna, Sorry to hear you have had this issue with your leggings - if they are falling down they are definitely too big. Often we advise people to size up in the shorts as the fabric is so much more supportive so in the panther's you would ideally have a size smaller in the leggings. Hope that helps with any future orders. Best wishes, Claire
Comfy but they are not quite high enough so they slip down if you repeatedly bend over which is annoying! They need extra grip at the drop to keep them up.