We know that a good jumpsuit can see you through all stages of womanhood. We want women to feel like themselves even when their bodies are changing or growing and nurturing babies; a time when your body may not feel like your own. Our Moss coverall is designed with this in mind. Cut to flatter with and without bumps, and poppas for easy access for feeding BUT a jumpsuit you would wear regardless of a changing body.
Details That Matter:
Cut to flatter with and without bump
Straight leg, that can easily be rolled up
Poppas for easy feeding access
Patch pockets to store endless treasures
Adjustable tabs allowing you to cinch in & loosen out as needed
Runs true to size so we recommend sticking with your pre pregnancy size
Suitable for pre, during and post pregnancy
We’ve chosen to make our jumpsuit using BCI cotton, an initiative making cotton production better for those that produce it and the environment, and tencel, a sustainable fabric made from wood pulp. We've added a small amount of elastane to provide stretch when needed. Dyed without harmful chemicals the fabric will fade beautifully over time, taking on a look that is unique to you - just like your favourite pair of jeans.
Please note, these items have been garment dyed, so expect some colour transfer and some natural fading over time.
Wash on the hand wash setting at 30 degrees.
Do not tumble dry. Fasten all hardware before washing.
Cherelle is 22 weeks pregnant, is 5ft2, and is wearing a size XXS (size 8)
Fit is everything...whether you're expecting or not.
It's why we have put so much time and effort into making sure each piece in our collection is the perfect fit for you.
We also know that trying to gage your size during pregnancy is difficult, so we have tried to make it easy for you. Each piece in our collection has been designed with baba in mind, allowing room for a growing bump and bust.
We also recommend when choosing your item to stick to your pre-pregnancy size. However, if you are unsure, you can use this table as a guide.
Measuring your Bra Size
To carry out these measurements we recommend that you wear a non padded bra and ensure that the tape is level around your body.
To find your cup size take a relaxed measurement over the fullest part of your bust.
To measure around your underband take a measurement with the tape measure closely around the body.
We recommend that you fit your bras on the tightest hook at the beginning of your pregnancy so that the bra can be adjusted to bigger sizes as you are growing through your pregnancy and you can get the most wear out your maternity bras. All of our back fastening bras have four rows of hook and eyes to allow you to adjust the underband during the various stages of your pregnancy. By the time you are ready to give birth you are likely to have you bra adjusted to the loosest hook, you can then begin to tighten the underband after you have given birth.
Please now follow the below chart to find your size in in Six bras – we have tried to make things nice and simple with 3 sizes: Small, Medium, Large. Choose your cup size and underband size, where they meet is your size in Six.