Just because you’re a new mum doesn’t mean that you’ll need to kiss your sense of style goodbye. Nursing mums should treat themselves to a wardrobe that not only allows baby easy hassle-free access to her breasts, but that makes her feel good and look fashionable at the same time.
These 4 Auqust fashion essentials are a perfect blend of fashion and functionality, starting with:
The Tank Top: Tank tops are a staple for nursing mums for a number of reasons: They can be worn any time and anywhere (you can even wear them to bed!) They’re easy to layer so mums can stay comfortable regardless of the weather and effortlessly change up her look Auqust tank tops have been designed with breastfeeding in mind – you don’t have to pull them down or up to feed your baby!
The Basic Tee: Much like a tank top, the basic t-shirt can easily be paired with other pieces of clothing and accessories. It’s an incredibly versatile piece of clothing and many are a bit looser around the tummy so you won’t feel self-conscious about your healing post-baby body.
BONUS: If you want to change your nursing wardrobe up a bit, invest in a couple of button-down shirts. Not only can these shirts be worn over other articles of clothing like tank tops and tees, but they can be worn on their own and can be easily unbuttoned for feedings.
The Little Black Dress: We’ve all heard that every woman needs that little black dress in her closet for special occasions or for a night out. At Auqust, we offer a wide variety of cute and feeding-friendly little black dresses that will compliment your new curves. Pair the dress up with some cute accessories and you have yourself a fab outfit for an exciting time with or without baby.
The Nursing Slip: The nursing slip undergarment is absolutely essential as it allows you to turn any regular dress into a breastfeeding-friendly one. Simply pop the nursing slip underneath any dress you own and you’ll be able to discreetly nurse your baby any time, anywhere. Having that extra layer will also help keep you nice and warm during those cooler months.