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Fitted bf dress for wedding?

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diggerdigsdogs Thu 18-Jun-15 01:51:41

My brother's wedding is in August in NI. DD1 will be a flower girl and I'll be bf 5 month old dd. There is a ceremony and then evening do. I look awful in most drapey and jersey dresses bf dresses but don't want to wear something where I have to get my entire breast out to bf.

I'm 5'5'', size 12 and an hourglass. I'd prefer navy but I don't really care! I suit fitted dresses in structured fabric.

Does anyone have ANY ideas? Thanks

CloserToFiftyThanTwenty Thu 18-Jun-15 02:53:30

Blue pleats

CloserToFiftyThanTwenty Thu 18-Jun-15 02:55:58

Block colours (but is this the style of nursing opening you want to avoid?)

CloserToFiftyThanTwenty Thu 18-Jun-15 02:57:20

Navy pattern

CloserToFiftyThanTwenty Thu 18-Jun-15 02:58:16

Bias cut skirt ( think this is the nicest yet)

CloserToFiftyThanTwenty Thu 18-Jun-15 03:00:46

Show off your curves?

diggerdigsdogs Thu 18-Jun-15 07:27:06

Closer you are a gem and a half thanks

Blue pleats would hide my waist so would be too sack like on me.

I love the block colours Seraphine one - and that's the style of nursing opening I like (I don't want to pull a top down so that my whole breast is exposed IYSWIM). I'm worried it will cling over my thighs though?

Navy Pattern is lovely (though I don't usually wear patterns)

I bought the last two for a ver glam wedding when bf 2 years ago. Both too long on me but I loved them sad

123Jump Thu 18-Jun-15 08:59:00

Baukjen to a good dress, wrap at the bust, so easy enough to whip a boob out if you're wearing a nursing bra.
Here. I find them longer on me that the models, and I'm 5'8".

CloserToFiftyThanTwenty Thu 18-Jun-15 14:59:10

Can't you get the long dresses taken up? £15 or so at your local dry cleaner

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