You know how sometimes you wear something that the simple act of wearing changes how you feel? And you know how rare that is when you’re pregnant? Or even worse, when your post baby belly hangs just a little over those pre-pregnancy jeans?
Well, Amoralia sent me a nursing top that I am loving. It’s a nursing T-shirt which is a nice change from some of the other nursing tops I have that are very form fitting – although those are perfect for wearing under this one.
What’s great about this particular nursing blouse is that it is a shirt with a loose front panel, like a second layer to the front of the shirt, which lifts up to expose a side opening breast part, making for easy nursing. But the loose front panel hangs lightly down over the breasts and hides some of that newly post-partum belly.
It also makes for discreet breastfeeding, should you wish to be discreetly feeding without a cover. The front can either be scrunched up above the baby so as to hide some of the face, or it can actually go over the baby’s head to hide the nursing baby completely.
The material is beautifully soft and I actually feel great when wearing it.
The only negative I have to this particular item of clothing is that it’s white. I love it, it looks great, but it gets so dirty with a clambering toddler and spitting newborn! Even so, it washes well, dries quickly and doesn’t require ironing, so it’s a winner all round.
Amoralia have offered Diary of a First Child readers the opportunity to win a £50 voucher to use on any items in their store.
In order to win, pop over to Amoralia and browse around their gorgeous maternity and nursing wardrobe, then come back here and leave me a comment letting me know at least one item you’d buy with your £50 win.
For an additional entry, (which is not compulsory, and is not sponsored by Facebook and which has nothing to do with Facebook or its employees) you can like Amoralia, and leave a message on their wall saying I’ve sent you.
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