Why Cotton Is The Preferred Pregnancy Fabric

Why Cotton Is The Preferred Pregnancy Fabric

Why Cotton Is The Preferred Pregnancy Fabric

Not only are cotton clothes stylish but they also seem to be the preferred choice of pregnancy dresses across the world. In hot and humid countries like India, cotton is the number 1 selling fabric by default. But for pregnant women in all countries across the globe it is a god-send for many reasons.

Cotton allows your skin to breathe, which is very helpful during the advanced stages of pregnancy. This means you remain comfortable during hot flashes and even otherwise, the fabric allows air to pass through it easily. This means you get natural ventilation which helps aid good hygiene and comfort.

 

Purple Beachball Funny Maternity T-Shirt by Mamagama Pregnancy Store

Purple Beachball Funny Maternity T-Shirt by Mamagama Pregnancy Store

Cotton is easily available almost everywhere. And what’s more, you get cotton in different cuts and styles which means, your pregnancy wardrobe can be varied and interesting.

While cotton fabrics are difficult to care for, they make-up for this shortfall by keeping you cool and comfortable during difficult times. Your body goes through many changes so it helps to wear pregnancy dresses that don’t leave you itching, scratchy, swollen, or bruised any more than is necessary.

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Peek A Boo Maternity T-Shirt

Cotton is also considered to be the fabric of choice of the upper elite. So it allows you to look chic and yet you are as comfortable as possible in your cotton pregnancy dress.

Cotton also molds itself in your body curves which lends a slim, lean look. So don’t hesitate for a minute before you buy cotton pregnancy dresses because you will get a rich pay-off in terms of comfort, style, and over-all well being.

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