Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Style | A few (breastfeeding friendly) outfits

I really wanted to share one of these posts as since I have been breastfeeding, I have found it so hard to find outfits I like that are also breast feeding friendly. When Aria is hungry, she just screams and I need easy access to those boobies! 

breastfeeding friendly outfits
breastfeeding friendly outfits
This is probably my standard outfit.. I do the 'one up, one down (OUOD), with a strappy top and shirt. I pull the stroppy top up so it covers the top of my boob and then I undo the shirt so that covers my body. Teamed with jeans and a jacket, it's a great go-to outfit that looks nice but is also easy to feed in. I love accessorising my outfits with scarves as well, do some lovely ones!

breastfeeding friendly outfits
charlotte keating top review

I do have some tops that are made specifically of breastfeeding.. I do find them easier and they're also nicer to wear on hotter days instead of layering up. This gorgeous top above is from Charlotte Keating.. It's the most flattering one I have and gives super easy access. The material is so soft and it hangs nicely over the mum tum and hips too. I think I need another one in white for the Summer!

breastfeeding friendly outfits

Again another shirt.. this was a Sunday outfit, we were just going swimming so I wanted something casual and comfy. Most of my shirts are from Primark, I got this one ages ago but I love the Khaki colour, it's quite a heavy shirt and is oversized can be worn like this or sometimes I wear it open as a jacket. 

I think I'm going to keep doing these to give you inspiration as I find them so helpful! I'm hoping the Summer will show up soon, as I know that's when people struggling with breastfeeding friendly outfits the most as you don't want to be hot but still need access! 

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