Mother & Nature is a unique range of outdoor maternity wear, tailored for the mother-to-be who still wants, or needs, to get outdoors. The range has been designed with the unique feature of expandable side panels, meaning the clothes can grow with the bump, and then can then be worn long after the baby has arrived.

This range provides pregnant women with suitable and stylish clothing to get outdoors, whatever the weather, whilst pregnant. This range is perfect if you’re still getting out in hills, or taking it a bit easier and going on some low levels walks, or just waslking the dog! Whatever your outdoor activity, this range will keep you warm, comfortable and dry. There really isn’t anything else comparable to this in the UK.

Mother & Nature was born from my desire to carry on enjoying the great outdoors whilst pregnant. This soon became difficult as the weather turned and winter approached. My jacket and walking trousers no longer fitted. I could not find any suitable outdoor maternity wear, and couldn’t believe I was the only one, and it seemed I wasn’t!

A few years later the Mother & Nature range was born, the UK’s first range of outdoor maternity wear, designed and manufactured in the UK, so you can be assured of the quality.

Mother & Nature’s mission is to continue to design and manufacture functional, comfortable and suitable maternity wear, to the highest standards.

Pregnant women no longer have to put up with buying something two sizes too big, or borrowing something from a partner, neither options are particularly flattering!

It is important to have suitable and stylish clothes, to continue to enjoy this wonderful time in your life, and keep active, in as much comfort as possible.

Mother & Nature are proud to support Great Ormond Street Hospital

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Message to TOG

“We are proud to feature on The Outdoor Guide! All of our products are made here in the UK and we hope all expecting mothers will love our range.”

Mother & Nature.

Julia Bradbury

“Walking is one of Britain’s favourite forms of exercise and why should that stop when you are a mum-to-be. When I was pregnant I carried on walking, not just up the fells but along canal sides and river banks. The fresh air did wonders for my health, wellbeing and I like to think it helped the chicks too. You can see all my TV walks on The Outdoor Guide.”