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Summer wedding BF Boobs baby belly

(11 Posts)
OnlyWantsOne Tue 21-Jun-11 11:19:31

what can I wear?

Wedding in August, good friend. DD1 is bridesmaid, I will be in lots of photos - in and around bridal party,

Still BF DD2, whos now 6 months, will be 8... so won't be feeding so often I suppose, but will be there ALL day so will need boob access.

Ive got a sguidgey belly, large love handles - normally a size 8, at the moment a size 14/16... doing WW but this week lost nothing so Im not holding out that I will loose much,

Im 5ft 7 with long dark brown hair

OnlyWantsOne Tue 21-Jun-11 11:27:03

i love this but its sold out

DD2 is wearing this and something like [[ this dress] but i cant dind the actual one now

OnlyWantsOne Tue 21-Jun-11 11:27:26 this]]

BulletWithAName Tue 21-Jun-11 11:54:53

Would a wrap dress allow easy boob access? Maybe something like this or a cowl neck dress maybe?. Feel free to shoot me down grin

OnlyWantsOne Tue 21-Jun-11 12:05:32

Ted Baker one is beautiful, dont think I would ever spend that £ though!!

BulletWithAName Tue 21-Jun-11 12:58:02

Neither would I...everyone on s&b seems to have expensive taste though!

What's your budget?

OnlyWantsOne Tue 21-Jun-11 13:25:16

prob £100 the whole lot shoes etc

LuckyMrsT Tue 21-Jun-11 13:26:28

An empire line dress (floaty from the ribcage down)? I wore a short one - more like a long blouse on me as I'm 5'9" - over footless tights and heels to a couple of weddings recently as it was easy to BF in and hid my wobbly middle. I thought it looked pretty (don't know if anyone else did smile). I don't go in for formal wedding gear though and you mentioned concern over the photos so it might not be for you.

LuckyMrsT Tue 21-Jun-11 13:32:59

How about something like this ? It's cheap, pretty and looks easy to whip 'em out in.

BulletWithAName Tue 21-Jun-11 13:55:44

OnlyWantsOne- Now you're talking, that's the sort of budget I'm used to working with for myself!

How about a prom style dress?

prom style dress?

Or Plain but could easily be dressed up with accessories

Colour is gorgeous and would flatter post baby belly I think

Maxi dress

BulletWithAName Tue 21-Jun-11 13:57:14

Sorry 2nd link should be this

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