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If you have a dress from the Pretty Dress Company...

(7 Posts)
PontypineNumber9 Tue 09-Jun-15 22:42:19

Is the material stretchy - stretchy enough to pull down to breastfeed? I'm thinking of getting the hourglass dress for a special occasion buy have to be able to feed in it as I have a tiny baby and am still feeding on demand.

mimiasovitch Tue 09-Jun-15 22:45:26

Yes its stretchy. Also, if you are blessed in the boob department, it won't take much to pop them out! I do love this dress.

PontypineNumber9 Tue 09-Jun-15 23:01:20

That's so helpful mimia - thank you! Usually average boobs are pretty colossal at the moment!
One more quick question - what's the sizing like? I'm probably a large 12/small 14 at the moment so it would be great to know if they come up big or small.

Nettletheelf Tue 09-Jun-15 23:23:33

Mine is three years old and came up slightly small (not sure whether sizing has changed since then).

I bought it after seeing it on JODIE MARSH! I know! But it is a lovely dress with a high neck.

PontypineNumber9 Tue 09-Jun-15 23:30:20

Thanks - I'll go for the 14 then (sigh). It looks like the kind of dress that needs to fit properly and could look awful if it's too tight.

mimiasovitch Wed 10-Jun-15 06:52:16

Well, I went on the measurement on the website, and had to return for a smaller size. I do have a narrow back compared to my front though. The size up as less cleavage revealing but fell off my shoulders.

mimiasovitch Wed 10-Jun-15 06:53:52

Just to add, mine is the swing version, so I don't know about the fit on the lower half if you're looking at the pencil style.

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