As a busy nursing mother, I know how time consuming can be searching for a pretty, on-trend and affordable dress that allows breastfeeding my child. Well, I made the hard work so you don’t have to, here is a dozen of breastfeeding friendly dresses from ASOS:
If your pregnancy and post-partum spans the cold months of the year, and your belly and baby weight don’t fit in your coat, it may be wise to think about getting a cape: forgiving cut, cozy warmth and a timeless, classic shape to wear for winters to come.
(top image: Leslie Tessler)
You don’t need to get a whole new wardrobe when you get pregnant. If you spend your budget wisely, you can acquire garments that you can wear before, during and after your pregnancy. Take these oversized tops for example; or the open cardigans and floaty kimonos.
If you (like me) love the loose top/ skinny bottom silhouette, what better than soft, stretchy and roomy t-shirt? Perfect to wear with a bump and then afterwards really easy (and discreet) to lift for nursing.
Don’t you love how she does it?
Newsflash! A cozy cardigan keeps you warm when it gets chilly like these autumn days. Who would have thought, hu? Well, in all its obviousness, I want to emphasize the goodness of this classic garmet: it’s super mama friendly, like these open versions that envelop the baby bump or give you easy access for nursing.
A graphic style is perfect when you want to add a quirky touch to your outfit, and the neutrals are a safe haven in the crazy daily caos. What’s your pick?
- neutrals -
(top image: I couldn’t source the image, the link from Pinterest wasn’t working when I edited the post. If you know the origin of the image drop me a line and I will be happy to credit it. )
It’s time again for a new edition of the “Basic, pretty and sexy nursing bras” series, this time with autumn inspired berry and burgundy hues. And just how chic is that peach Topshop lace bra?
Well, my shoe world, that is. Pregnancy is not the best time to strut around in high heels, as it can cause back problems (and there is a risk of falling flat on your face, which is not as funny as when you are non-pregnant).
And we flat wearers, are now spoilt for choice. There hasn’t been some many different cute flats shoes in the shops ever. You have the preppy loafers, the trendy slippers, the super fashionable d’Orsay flats, the classic brogues, and I could go on and on.
Anyway, this is a small selection of pretty flats that I put together, what do you think of them?
a Modcloth Coral Flats / b ASOS Jemima Flats / c Ruche Navy Suede Flats / d ASOS Link Pointed Flats / e Office Monochrome Slingback Shoes / f Ruche San Clemente Mint Flats / g New Look Monochrome Flats / h Office Tan Leather Sandals / i Office Princeton Shoes / j Office Tan Leather Loafers / k ASOS Medley Shoes / l Forever21 Zigzag Flats
(Top image source: Refinery29)
Browsing on Pinterest I have come across some beautiful breastfeeding images that I would love to share with you.
So sweet and warm, don’t you think?
(Click on the images to see the source)