Are you ready for the perfect pair of maternity leggings?
A superhero pair of maternity leggings just for moms! These maternity leggings provide the ultimate in comfort and support during pregnancy, postpartum and beyond!
- Our leggings have been medically endorsed (scroll down for more info) and are proven to help with pain during pregnancy and to promote recovery postpartum.
- Are you sick of see-through leggings?
- Frustrated with leggings that slip down?
- Fed up with leggings that don’t have mom’s needs in mind?
- Given up on leggings because they irritate your c-section scar?
- Can’t find leggings to wear over, or under your bump from one day to the next?
“I’m blown away. I was expecting to like these leggings but I wasn't expecting to be completely blown away by them. I'm a plus size (18) woman who's 25 weeks pregnant and the second I put them on I felt like a new woman! They're so incredibly supportive - pulling right up over bump and holding everything together for you. I can already feel the relief on my back and muscles - like someone is carrying my bump for me! I went for the XL size and they're perfect. The quality is also next level, there's definitely no transparency and they're so soft. I've already been straight back on the website to buy some bras! Wish I'd had these sooner. If you're on the shelf - just do it. Zero regrets.” - Sophie.
The ‘Classic 3/4 Length’ black maternity leggings provide a flattering smooth shape and keep you supported in all the right places with the right amount of stretch for all day comfort. The high waistband/compression panel can be worn over, or under the bump during pregnancy and worn up or folded down for extra belly support postpartum. The waist line has been specially designed to scoop low so it doesn’t irritate a scar if you’ve had a c-section.
- COLOUR: Black.
- SIZES: XS to 3XL.
- STYLE: Maternity leggings.
- LENGTH: Three quarter length.
- FEATURE: High waistband for versatile support.
- FEATURE: Premium non see-through fabric.
- FABRIC: 73% Polyester/27% Elastane.
- WAISTBAND: 87% Nylon/13% Elastane.
Our leggings are loaded with love; they’re made to make you feel great while you’re busy being you! But don’t forget to treat them with love too! Follow these best practice care instructions:
- Cold machine wash with similar colours.
- Use a wash bag to protect your leggings from other items.
- Don’t bleach, iron, tumble dry or dry clean.
- Don’t use softener; it diminishes the compression in the fabric.
- Line dry in the shade immediately.
Here at Cadenshae we want to ensure we're producing the best gear possible in order to make a difference to every mom who wears it. Every item we create is thoughtfully designed by moms for moms. Particularly our nursing sports bras, maternity leggings and maternity shorts, which have received several medical endorsements from industry professionals, see below.
Our clothing helps mothers the world over in so many ways, and now it's proven to help from a medical standpoint. When you're looking through our site, look for the pink ribbon (see above) to view a medically endorsed product.
Cadenshae nursing sports bra medical endorsements from:
Julia Daly, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant.
I fully endorse Cadenshae's range of nursing activewear bras for breastfeeding mothers and mothers-to-be. Not only are they incredibly comfortable and provide excellent support, but they are underwire free and fit beautifully.
Mastitis, or inflammation of the breast, is a common condition in women who are breastfeeding. The incidence has been reported as 20% in the first six months after birth. Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast that can be caused by obstruction, infection and/or allergy. Early symptoms of mastitis will feel like the flu, with many women experiencing shivers and aches. Some mothers who do not have any early signs of a blocked duct may get mastitis out of the blue. The breast will be sore like it is with a blocked duct, only more painful. It is usually red, swollen and hot. The skin may be shiny and there may be red streaks. You may feel quite unwell.
One of the causes of mastitis is milk stasis, or restricted milk flow, which may be a result of too much pressure on a part of the breast that stops the milk flowing freely through the duct. If a breastfeeding woman wears a bra that doesn't fit well - thus placing consistent pressure on the breast tissue - this can lead to blocked ducts and potentially mastitis.
Underwired bras are best avoided especially in the early months of breastfeeding as they can put pressure on milk ducts, prevent sufficient drainage of milk, and increase the risk of blocked ducts and mastitis.
Cadenshae's nursing sports bras are extremely supportive, comfortable, and come in a wide range of sizes and styles to suit different shaped women, but most importantly, they fit well and do not have an under-wire, meaning less pressure is placed on the breast. This ultimately, helps to reduce the risk of blocked ducts and mastitis.
Cadenshae bras are my recommended choice for breastfeeding mothers worldwide.
International Board Certified Lactation Consultant