Breastfeeding friendly outfit









Blouse | Cami | Cardigan | Pants | Shoes

I have struggled to find breastfeeding blouses that don’t break the bank.  What I find best works for me and I can still keep using the clothes I already own is wearing layers. I wear a nursing tank and on top my regular shirt, that way if I’m breastfeeding in public I don’t show any skin.

If you have to do a lot of walking these are the perfect shoes, they are so comfy. And the cardigan is so soft and warm but lightweight.

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He batallado en encontrar blusas para amamantar que no lastimen mi bolsillo. Lo que me ha funcionado es usar varias capas de ropa y así puedo usar blusas que ya tengo. Me pongo una blusa de tirantes para amamantar y encima una camiseta regular, así si tengo que amamantar en publico no se me ve nada. 

Si tienes que caminar mucho estos tenis son perfectos, son supe comodos. Y el sueter es mega calientito, suave y no esta pesado.

4 Comments

  1. Madison

    March 15, 2018 at 2:51 pm

    I’m in a constant struggle of finding nursing friendly tops myself! Glad you found something to work with you!

    1. Deyna

      March 20, 2018 at 9:08 am

      I know, I am always trying to find new nursing tops

  2. Rae

    March 15, 2018 at 3:48 pm

    This is definitely a struggle, breastfeeding clothes can be so annoying.

  3. Kat

    March 16, 2018 at 6:15 am

    It is so hard to dress in a way that is breastfeeding friendly. This one doesn’t even look it!

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