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Spring wardrobe for just after having had a baby

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Goosegettingfat Fri 14-Apr-17 09:47:43

I am 39 wks pg with dc3. I cannot bloody wait to be out of maternity clothes. Am compiling list of nursing-friendly, tummy-friendly, hip, comfortable, not-hugely-expensive style updates. Anyone want to join me? My ideas so far are slouchy cotton tops, quirky jewelry, and maybe some wedges.

GreyBird84 Fri 14-Apr-17 13:20:33

I've bought a few long line shirts from primark for the post baby transition period - flattering length & breastfeeding friendly.

I figured if someone calls in to visit I can throw them on with leggings & look half decent.

After that hopefully get back into nice jeans & tops. Been keeping an eye on eBay for nice joules / Boden / cos tops for a budget maternity leave wardrobe!

Goosegettingfat Fri 14-Apr-17 19:39:10

I find the John Lewis app really easy to browse from my phone, and they have some really good sale bargains. I'm going to invest in some of their own-brand spanx

eternalopt Fri 14-Apr-17 21:28:59

If you're on Facebook, join a group called "can I breastfeed in it". It's like having a team of personal shoppers scouring shops for you finding suitable clothes! Cost me a fortune mind when I joined - nothing passes the time during a 4am feed like an online shop!

Goosegettingfat Mon 17-Apr-17 09:42:31

Just joined it- love it!

fiorentina Mon 17-Apr-17 10:48:25

Dress Like a Mum blog/Instagram often mentions clothes that are breastfeeding friendly. There are some cool dungarees about if you fancied something different.

Maybe get some trainers you love as well as wedges, for running after other toddlers?

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