A Guide to Maternity-wear in Prague

Best Prague’s bargains for mothers-to-be

Rosie Dwelly

Written by Rosie Dwelly Published on 30.07.2012 15:28:45 (updated on 30.07.2012) Reading time: 4 minutes

Along with the many joys of pregnancy, at some point comes the unavoidable realization that your trousers no longer button up, and your t-shirts simply don’t provide sufficient coverage for your fast-expanding waistline! It’s time to get a few essential maternity-wear items, but where do Prague’s mothers-to-be find the bargains? Here’s a short guide to těhotenská móda stockists in the city, with options to suit most budgets.

Counting the Crowns:

Bearing in mind that pregnancy is such a temporary state, with many mothers only requiring specially adapted clothing for a few months, perhaps the cheapest option is not to rush out and buy a new wardrobe at all, but instead to temporarily adapt your existing clothes with a clever device such as the Belly Belt which attaches to your normal jeans/trousers/shirts/skirts and extends the waistline to accommodate your growing bump. I found it listed on www.amazon.de (along with other similar products) for less than 30 EUR including delivery to Prague. 

Prague Thrift Store
Šumavská 1050/29, Prague 2
Mon to Fri 10:00 – 19:00
Sat 10:30ish – 16:00ish

If second-hand clothes suit your budget, then check out Prague Thrift Store for a small but cheap range of maternity items including (during my visit) jeans, shorts, skirts and tops all for under 500 CZK. The shop also stocks baby and children’s clothes, toys, and equipment. Proceeds go to various good causes including a homeless center, childhood education services, and a single mother’s shelter.


Myslbek, Na Příkopě 19 – 21, Prague 1
Mon to Sat 9:30 – 20:00
Sunday 10:00 – 18:00

The Na Příkopě branch of H&M stocks a wide range of casual and formal maternity wear. There are jeans and formal trousers (all with over the bump waistband) from 799 CZK, shorts (denim/khaki) from 499 CZK, leggings from 249 CZK and specially designed maternity/nursing t-shirts at 699 CZK for a pack of two. They also stock lingerie, including organic cotton maternity/nursing bras at 599 CZK for a pack of 2, 40 denier tights at 249 CZK for a pack of two, and swimming costumes for 499 CZK.

Various, including Atrium Flora Shopping Centre, 3rd floor, Vinohradská, Prague 3.
Mon to Sat 09:00 – 21:00
Sun 10:00 – 21:00

The British brand has 5 stores across the city providing maternity and nursing lingerie as well as clothing for babies and children, toys, and equipment.  Prices are good, around 330 CZK for a pack of two maternity/nursing bras, 400 CZK for a pack of 5 maternity knickers, and sleep bras for around 500 CZK.

A Guide to Maternity-wear in Prague

Various locations including Václavské náměstí 33 and Palladium Shopping Centre
Mon to Sat 09:00 – 20:00
Sunday 10:00 – 19:00

A small maternity range here, but some good prices including jeans from 798 CZK, formal black and grey trousers from 998 CZK, leggings  for 350 CZK,  cargo pants for 498 CZK and denim skirts for 698 CZK. Also have an XL range which could be good for loose fitting tops and dresses.

Marks and Spencer
Various including Václavské nám. 36, and Palladium Shopping Centre
Mon to Fri 9.30 – 20:30
Sat 9:30 – 20:00
Sun10:00 – 20:00

Nothing available in the city centre stores in the way of general maternity wear, but I did spot some reasonably priced non-wired, organic cotton maternity/nursing bras for 699 CZK or 999 CZK for a pack of 2.

Splashing the cash:

Těhotenská móda
Various including Štěpánská 37 and Vinohradská 18
Mon to Fri 10:00 – 18:00
Sat 10:00 – 15:00 (Štěpánská store only)

Expensive but high-quality clothing from Czech, Slovak and Polish brands such as Bebefield and Anita. Prices range from around 2000 CZK for jeans and trousers, 1300 CZK for shorts and skirts, and 1000 CZK for tops and blouses. Also stock children’s wear. Some items, such as lingerie and swimwear, are also available online via their e-shop

Anna & Viktorie Maternity Line
Na Příkopě 12 (inside Černá růže shopping centre, ground floor), Prague 1
Mon to Fri 10:00 – 20:00
Sat 10:00 – 19:00
Sun 11:00 – 19:00

Small but well-stocked boutique in the centre of Prague. Also many items available via the e-shop. Designer brands including Esprit, Boob(!) Design, and Noppies. Prices ranging from around 3000 CZK for jeans and smart trousers to 849 CZK for a seamless maternity support vest. At the time of press, there was a large sale in the store with many items half their original price. Good place to pick up an outfit for a special occasion.

Pietro Brunelli exclusively by Mamashop
V Kolkovně 4, Prague 1
Mon to Fri 11:00– 19:00
Sat 11:00 – 16:00

Very exclusive Italian designer boutique for the yummiest of mummies. Turn your bump into the latest fashion accessory with deluxe jeans for 4390 CZK, sweaters and tops for around 3000 CZK, and lingerie from 1290 CZK. Pop into the shop to browse or purchase online and pay on delivery.

A Guide to Maternity-wear in Prague


There are an increasing number of web-based shops specializing in maternity and nursing wear. Avoid the crowds by shopping from the comfort of your home. 

Wide range of maternity and nursing clothing, some slightly old-fashioned, but very reasonably priced. Prices ranging from 229 CZK for leggings, 299Kč for tops and t-shirts and 400Kč for trousers and jeans. Payment on delivery, postage from 75 CZK per order depending on size/weight of shipment.

Těhotenské zboží
Full range of clothing and lingerie with free delivery on orders over 1500 CZK.

Lovely selection of modern and practical maternity wear. Pay cash on delivery, postage 129 CZK.

Good range of specialist clothing from brands including Bebefield, Bravado and Torelli. Jeans for around 1000 CZK, skirts around 800 CZK and tops and t-shirts for 600 CZK. Cash on delivery 124 CZK.

Do you have any other top tips for expectant mothers? Let us know in the comments section below.

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