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Lil Find: Maternity Tights That Ride High, Not Low

Tights can be downright uncomfortable even when you aren't pregnant, but a growing belly only exacerbates the slip and slide tight action around your middle. I've found Italian low rise tights are more comfy than regular hosiery, but plenty of designers make maternity tights.

I like these full length Mama Spanx ($28) because they have a pregnancy panel with underbelly support and can be pulled up above your belly instead of sitting under it like most maternity pants.

Check out some other tights designed especially for maternity wear in the widget below.

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pinkpeonygirl pinkpeonygirl 6 years
I hate tights. Never wear them. I used to work as an airport hostess and then I had too. I suppose this a great product for those in need and pregnant. I just like it real soft and comfy when pregnant.Tights feel like a giant itchy band-aid on me. Yikes.
hpl55 hpl55 7 years
The Power Mama Panty by Spanx is awesome. It stops a little below mid thigh, but it slims and smooths and looks excellent under dresses! I tried some other maternity tights, some with compression built in, some opaque over the belly, but wasn't overly impressed. Spanx does it again! I just wish they made an maternity opaque full length, because I am definitely not a sheer hosiery person. I am also going to get the Spanx footless super control for after I have the baby--it sounds like it will offer a lot of support and help me ease back into non-maternity items.
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