Meredith Dew is the general manager at the new Destination Maternity store in Langley which held its grand opening last week (March 28).

Maternity store reaches its Destination

Langley's Destination Maternity offers more than just clothing for soon-to-be moms

One of the world’s largest maternity apparel retailer has landed in Langley with the opening of a 5,000 square foot superstore.

Destination Maternity opened its doors last Thursday (March 28) at its new location at The Corner (200 Street and Langley Bypass).

“(This opening) is an important milestone for our company as we grow the availability of our brands and our offering in Canada,” said Ed Krell, the company’s chief executive officer, in a press release.

“We look forward to being a part of this exciting retail community.”

But the store offers more than just maternity clothes, accessories and nursing apparel — everything moms-to-be need for pregnancy and beyond — the superstore will house a relaxation area for family members and friends, complete with plush chairs and a flat screen TV, a juice bar, a play area for children, and a learning studio.

The learning studio will offer pre and post-natal fitness classes, which are being done in partnership with Fit 4 Two.

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