Dressing while breastfeeding can often seem like you aren't able to follow the latest fashion trends and that you fall into the stretchy clothes only, frumpy mum look (leggings and Ugg boots anyone?!) Here, Georgina from Kohl Mama shares some of her tips on finding outfits that work around breastfeeding that won't break the bank.
Think outside the box when it comes to breastfeeding in warmer weather. Look for maxi dresses that have a double layer on the top half. This striped Maxi cost me £18 in the Monsoon sale - a fraction of the price of breastfeeding-specific clothes! The top layer lifts up and the under layer is stretchy enough to pull down and unclasp my bra. You can also cut holes in the bottom layer - et voila!
Just after my second was born I bought 4 H&M nursing vests (right -£19.99) and it was money well spent because eighteen months later, they're still in good nick. The fact that they cover my midriff and back mean that I can then wear whatever I want and just feed by pulling up the top layer.
If you like the look of a longer skirt but can't find a maxi dress that you can feed in, opt for a maxi skirt. I love to team mine with a denim shirt tied at the bottom. A long pendant adds a bit of bohemian glamour and doubles as a good fiddle 'toy' while baby is feeding!
If you want more breastfeeding outfit ideas - follow me on Instagram; every outfit I wear has to be 'feedable' <3 what are you top tips for finding breastfeeding-friendly clothes?
You can find some more ideas on Breastfeeding Fashion over on Unique and Chic with another chance to gain some extra entry points to our grand prize giveaway.