Hilary Duff wore the coziest cashmere joggers from a celeb-favourite maternity brand

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Hilary Duff wore the comfiest cashmere joggers by celeb-favourite maternity brand, Hatch. (Image via Getty Images)
Hilary Duff wore the comfiest cashmere joggers by celeb-favourite maternity brand, Hatch. (Image via Getty Images)

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Hilary Duff is all about staying comfortable in the final weeks of her pregnancy.

The 33-year-old actress was spotted wearing a loungewear look by Hatch, a maternity line beloved by celebrities like Mandy Moore, Emma Stone and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

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Duff looked casual chic in a pair of wheat-coloured cashmere joggers ($313 CAD/$248 USD) and a lightweight ivory sweatshirt ($224 CAD/$178 USD) while out and about in Los Angeles over the weekend. The expectant star accessorized the look with a $5,000 CAD Fendi Peekabo Iconic Mini handbag, a pair of Fendi Logo Shearling Slides (sold out) and a face mask by Lele Sadoughi (set of 3 for $50 CAD/$40 USD).

The Cashmere Jogger

The Cashmere Jogger by Hatch. As seen on Hilary Duff.
The Cashmere Jogger by Hatch. As seen on Hilary Duff.

SHOP IT: Hatch, $313 CAD/$248 USD

These cozy joggers are designed to wear before and after pregnancy thanks to their drawstring waist that can easily adjust to your changing body. While Duff was spotted wearing the joggers in the soft wheat colour, they're also available in black, grey and a rich berry colour called "Jasper."

The Cashmere Jogger can be worn alone or in a set with the matching Nadine Sweater ($440 CAD/$348 USD) and the longline Airplane Cardigan ($503 CAD/$398 USD).

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Like Duff, shoppers have been reaching for their cashmere joggers to help them stay comfortable and chic during their pregnancy.

"I got these in my second trimester and wore them until the end of my pregnancy," one shopper wrote. "I'm now 4 month postpartum. and love them even more now! I’m considering ordering some more even though I’m not pregnant and back to my pre pregnancy weight!"

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"I got these with postpartum in mind; I wanted something warm and loose and comfy to wear, giving birth in the middle of winter. I’ve worn these pretty much every day since we got back from the hospital and I wish I had four more pairs of them," another shopper wrote. "They’re my favourite and I’m pretty sure will be appropriate to wear even when my body is completely back to normal."

Meghan Markle wore the Eliza Dress by Hatch ($288CAD/ $228 USD) during a 2019 visit to Smart Works Charity in London. (Image via Getty Images)
Meghan Markle wore the Eliza Dress by Hatch ($288CAD/ $228 USD) during a 2019 visit to Smart Works Charity in London. (Image via Getty Images)

Note: Hatch sizes are based on your pre-pregnancy size and range from 0-3, which equates to a US size 0-12. Even though their pieces expand with your changing body, they don't offer inclusive sizing which can be limiting for most women.

Aside from clothing, Hatch also offers a line of beauty and wellness products tailored specifically for moms and moms-to-be.

The brand's most sought after wellness product is the Hatch Belly Oil, a naturally derived treatment that helps soothe, prevent and minimize the appearance of stretch marks. At one point, more than 1,000 people joined a waitlist to get their hands on Goop favourite.

Hatch Mama Belly Oil

Hatch Mama Belly Oil - $73 CAD/$58 USD
Hatch Mama Belly Oil - $73 CAD/$58 USD

SHOP IT: $73 CAD/$58 USD

Made with calendula to ease skin irritation and sweet almond oil that’s chockfull of vitamin E. One bottle of HATCH Mama Belly Oil is enough to last for roughly two months of hydration following the application guidelines of twice a day.

The body oil is also free of parabens, phthalates and dyes, so expectant mothers can feel good about applying it onto their growing bellies.

While some stretch mark oils often become sticky and can stain clothing, fans of the oil appreciate that despite being a body oil, the formula is quick drying and won’t transfer to your clothes.

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