Nursing mama’s, I’ve put together some of my latest favorite nursing friendly fashion finds.
Some of these are specifically for nursing, and others are just fashion finds that happen to be nursing friendly! So whether you’re nursing or not, scroll on down and take a peek!
Best part, everything linked is under $50!
One of the most frustrating things about finding good nursing friendly clothing is how many “nursing” pieces also double as maternity clothes. This doesn’t always make it figure flattering when you are postpartum and adjusting to a body that has gone through an amazing journey of growing, nurturing, and delivering life… but now maybe has dramatically changed!
In these first several months postpartum, I’ve so badly wanted to feel comfortable, yet also look put together. Don’t get me wrong, clothing isn’t going to magically “fix” postpartum frazzled emotions and hormone changes. It wont heal your body and mind from labor and delivery, but–
a well fitted and flattering shirt or dress can do wonders to help you feel somewhat like yourself again.
Mama’s, do you get what I mean?
So, first off I want to feature 2 Amazon Prime pieces that are nursing friendly. I went ahead and bought them to try on because it can be a little hit and miss with the quality and fit from Amazon. Both are linked under my pictures (which are probably a more accurate representation of the product than the photos they have). There were 2 other tops that I got on Amazon as well that didn’t work at all- I sent them right back! I’m definitely keeping both of these though:
This button front shirt is so lightweight and comfy! Perfect for lounging around the house and then running some quick errands with baby between naps!
I have a simple black and white striped dress that I LIVE in during the fall and winter because it can be styled so many different ways. I went on a hunt for something similar, but that is nursing friendly. This dress is sleeveless, which I like because all those hormones with nursing can make you quite warm!
This dress is also more fitted, potentially better for later postpartum, when you’ve lost some baby weight but are still nursing. most pieces I’ve featured are looser for a more flattering look that you could wear in your “fourth trimester” (right after baby)!
Below are some more great finds! click the picture for the link.