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5 pieces 1 outfit: nursing friendly

Hey friends! 5 pieces 1 outfit is a twice monthly series where we feature 5 pieces that bring together 1 perfect outfit. It doesn’t take a lot of time, money, and or pieces to create a fashionable look that anyone can create. 5 pieces is all you need to make another outfit killer. First, I find it’s best to have a theme so you have a place to build from. That can be a color combo or maybe even an event. But most of all you just need a good base piece. This week’s theme is nursing friendly because nursing in public is hard ya’ll!

nursingfriendly

tunic . leggings . hunter boots . hat . earrings

Let me start by saying – however you feed you child is your business. I have no judgments. Jack and I are breastfeeding. It’s time consuming, and it’s not easy. But (knock on all the wood) we’ve gotten a good little thing going so far. I’m extremely grateful for this. However, breast feeding in public is not working out for us. Mostly, it’s just that I don’t feel comfortable uncovered. Just my personal preference, again no judgments. There’s a part of me that actually wishes I could feel more comfortable, and in an effort to work on that – I’m trying to find nursing friendly clothes. Clothes that keep me relatively covered – my tummy and the top of my breast. The only thing I’ve found so far that I really enjoy is a tunic and leggings.

What do you wear when you know you’ll be breast feeding in public? I need all the inspiration!

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2 Comments

  • Reply joannerambling

    Nice

    November 4, 2016 at 5:06 pm
  • Reply Rachel

    Just found your blog! So sweet! I’m a relatively new mom myself (my girlie is 14 months now). We did exclusive breastfeeding until about eight months (when we slowly started adding solids) and, while she does eat a lot of solids now at over a year, she still loves nursing for food and comfort. It took me a while to get comfortable and figure out what worked for me clothes-wise. I mostly just wear shirts that stretch or blouses with a bit of flow to them for ease of access. ? Wearing a Cami underneath for covering the belly works great for me while in public (I am of a large-ish bust size, so I find it easier to pull shirts up rather than down). Besides that, I don’t dress toooooo differently than I would otherwise. I have a blog where I occasionally share outfits, so if you ever want some ideas, please feel free to visit! Blessings!

    November 7, 2016 at 9:18 pm
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