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.
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?
It’s so nice when I come across a decent amount of breastfeeding-friendly dresses in one place, as they can be quite hard to find. That’s what happened when I started browsing the Oasis store.
The dresses are feminine and chic, perfect for a professional or for those who managed to be chic and polished at all times. I really hope that shirt dresses stay on trend forever, they are a lifesaver for us nursing mamas.
When you are pregnant or nursing, there is only a limited amount of clothing you can wear, which is probably smaller than your “regular” collection. Hence you feel you are stuck on a style rut. And this is where accessories come to the rescue, transforming a plain and simple look in a sophisticated/boho/hip or whatever outfit your mood dictates.
Satchels are like rucksacks: they are pretty, they are bang on trend and they let your hands free. Any of these beauties will enliven your daily mama uniform:
It´s that time of the year again when days and nights gets chilly and we need to cover up our summer dresses and t-shirts with something warmer. Also for many working women it´s back to the office again, needing to complete the work wardrobe with mama-friendly essentials.
Here I present you with a variety of jackets, from kimonos to blazers, from knitted waistcoats to cute parka. And just how ideal is that biker from Topshop (no.2) for dressing up a baby bump?
I find that getting hold of pretty, affordable AND nursing-friendly dresses is not always easy. So mamalookshas done the hard work for you and here I present you with half a dozen of quirky and fun print dresses.