Wednesday 2 December 2015

Blogmas Day 2: MamaMoosh maternity/nursing wear & Milkscarf review

MamaMoosh maternity/nursing wear review

 When you're pregnant, uncomfortable and sporting a big bump, there is nothing better than getting into your pyjamas at the end of a long day and I think I have found the perfect set. These are the Radiance 3/4 sleeve pyjamas and matching Radiance dressing gown both in Navy from MamaMoosh

I love the navy with white contrasting lace trim of both the pyjamas set and dressing gown, it is classic and practical yet girly at the same time. The dressing gown has plenty of room for a growing bump and also has the belt sewn onto the back to prevent losing it. It also has a handy yet discreet pocket in the side seam.

MamaMoosh maternity/nursing wear review
MamaMoosh maternity/nursing wear review

The cut and style of the pyjamas are very flattering with the 3/4 length sleeve, deep V neckline and built in bust support. As well as being flattering, they are also really comfortable. They are made from a soft, non-sweat jersey that washes well and the pyjama bottoms have elastic at the back but an adjustable tie at the front.

They sit just under/on the bump and are not tight at all, despite the rest of the set fitting well on other areas of my body. I know I have room to grow and adjust with these and that they will last my whole pregnancy and beyond. They are designed to flatter during and after pregnancy and have easy breastfeeding access for postpartum. These are definitely coming with me to the hospital as I can't imagine being more comfortable in anything else.

MamaMoosh also sent me one of their award-winning Milkscarves. The Milkscarf is a discreet breastfeeding cover that also acts as a scarf. You simply wear it as a scarf and part of your outfit until you need to breastfeed your baby. The scarf then transforms into a fantastic breastfeeding cover that hides everything. 

It is easy to put on and off one handed and is a light fabric so your baby doesn't overheat... it also has a semi-rigid neckline so you can look down and see your baby but no-one else can. I think this is such a brilliant concept and would be so practical for breastfeeding mums. I am really hoping to breastfeed for longer this time so hopefully this will become a staple mummy product for me in those first few months (or longer!).

See more of my maternity outfits:
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What do you think of these products? Have you tried anything from MamaMoosh?

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