When breastfeeding you can muddle through with your existing clothes, but after you’ve tried a garment designed specifically for breastfeeding there’s often no going back. As well as nursing tops you can now buy dresses and knitwear, plus poncho style wraps for added security. They have hidden openings, poppers or zips for quick, easy and discreet feeding access. Better than hiding in restaurant toilets with your dress round your waist. Feed your baby and still wear great clothes with these specially designed tops and dresses
Stripe dress, £40, Mamas & Papas
This Breton stripe dress has sections you can lift to nurse your baby.
Navy knit, £45, Seraphine
This knit has clever zips on the shoulders for easy access.
Tie top, £29, Jojo Maman Bebe
A classic feeding top with wrap style detailing.
Pink tunic dress, £85, Blossom Mother & Child
The draping detailing is ideal for cleverly hiding the feeding openings.
Berry ruched top, £69, Isabella Oliver
Has a fitted under panel to allow you to nurse discreetly.
Silver grey top, £79.50, Babes with Babies
Available in five colours, including on trend grey. Feeding access is through the wide sleeves.
Shirt, £29, Topshop
An everyday shirt with buttons makes a great feeding option.
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