Christening outfit suitable to breastfeed in

(11 Posts)
breadandhoney Wed 13-Feb-13 18:45:25

Ideally i would like a dress but am finding it difficult to find a nice wrap dress. Separates fine too. Maybe a skirt and blouse? (I don't know, I'm bad at this) I'm 5'2 and probably about a size 14 (haven't shopped since dd was born so not sure )

Would like something loose over tummy as it is still quite big. Can anyone help?

breadandhoney Wed 13-Feb-13 18:47:06

I should've said I'm 28.

tethersend Wed 13-Feb-13 18:56:19

What's your budget?

How about this?

pebbles1234 Wed 13-Feb-13 18:57:53

Have a look at phase eight, they often do a dress style which has a sort of wrap top which falls away from under bust, I had one for a wedding when ds was 3 weeks old!

breadandhoney Wed 13-Feb-13 19:03:29

Hmm it's okaaaay tethers but I don't love it. Also a bit too expensive. Budget up to £100 but ideally around £80.

Will look at phase eight now.

breadandhoney Wed 13-Feb-13 19:16:49

Dome lovely tresses in phase eight. Unfortunately don't like any if the wrap ones.

What about separates? Or are they dowdy and "out"? I thought a skirt might be nice and perhaps more versatile and wearable afterwards.

tethersend Wed 13-Feb-13 19:19:29
breadandhoney Wed 13-Feb-13 19:43:40

Agree first one not for christening. I like the second one but feel like the shape might make me look a bit frumpy with the extra weight I'm carrying and the fact that I'm a short arse. But my weight is probably going to be an issue with any dressing suppose.

issimma Wed 13-Feb-13 21:17:38
issimma Wed 13-Feb-13 21:18:10

link fail.
http://www.isabellaoliver.com/maternity-clothes/uk/100/sale/all/DR137.html

WeAreSix Wed 13-Feb-13 21:21:51

I've just got this dress Looks fab on smile

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