About Cadenshae


Stylish, colourful maternity activewear for happy, healthy mums

After having a baby, your main focus is to care for your adorable newborn. But you’ve probably also thought about how on earth you’re going to get your pre-baby body back. It’s important to be a happy, healthy, fit mum, and one of the best ways to do that is to keep active whilst pregnant and when you have that little gem in tow.

Cadenshae’s awesome range of colourful, stylish maternity activewear and sportswear allows you to be active and live your day-to-day life as a busy mum, whilst giving you the freedom to feed your baby when and where they need it. And let’s face it, they often need it in the most public of places, at the most unpredictable of times. Wearing clothes that allow you to care for your baby, but also allow you to go walking with friends, join in with that yoga class or take part in mums and bubs gym classes just make your life so much easier. And even better still, Cadenshae’s nursing activewear is styled just like your pre-baby wardrobe. Just because you’re a mum doesn’t mean you have to fill your wardrobe with whites, greys, navys and blacks. If you loved colour before, you can have it now. Electric pink, ocean blue, stripes, corals and watermelon. Colours that once only existed on the shelves of your favourite sportswear store are now available to you as a new mum in Cadenshae’s maternity activewear range.

At this time in your life you deserve to look great and feel special, and most of all, to wear clothes that allow you to be the best mum you can be. That’s the ethos behind Cadenshae’s maternity activewear range. Check it out and buy online now.

Cadenshae was created by new parents Nikki & Adam Clarke

“By starting Cadenshae, we wanted to provide mums with nursing activewear that inspires them to exercise and be happy, healthy, fit mums. Cadenshae achieves this by offering a range of colourful, stylish and functional nursing activewear that makes you want to move!”

Read more of Nikki’s motherhood stories on the Cadenshae Blog.