Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Boob Nursing Wear Stella Dress Review


I love how easy it is to nurse discreetly when wearing clothing specifically designed for nursing. It looks like my nursing days will not be over anytime soon, so I like to have a variety of nursing pieces in my wardrobe. This little Stella dress/tunic from Boob Nursing Wear makes a perfect, long sleeve outfit for our cold New England winters. It is made of super soft, easily washable Lyocell fabric, an Eco friendly plant cellulose material that does not use harmful chemicals in production. 

Even though I believe nursing clothing isn't a necessity, I find myself wearing nothing but nursing tops when I leave the house with the infant. It just makes life so much easier! I can feed the baby anywhere without anyone even noticing. If you're pregnant with your first or fifth and you've never tried clothing designed for nursing, you're missing out. Even if you only get one or two tops, you'll be glad you did when that baby arrives. I find myself nursing about 50% of the day now, when I'm home it doesn't matter what I wear, but when I leave the house I want to be comfortable with an infant no matter where I go. This was with a one week old at Thanksgiving dinner with family:


The company was started by a Swedish mother who believed moms should be comfortable nursing their little ones anywhere. Not only will you find great nursing clothing at Boob, they also have many versatile maternity styles. This brand was available only in Europe but now we finally have access to it in the U.S.! Be sure to check out the Boob Outlet for some great deals as well.


Disclaimer: I did not receive any payment for this review. I was provided a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are solely my own and your experience may differ.

7 comments:

  1. The dress really cute and fashionable. New mamaneeds to be little bit stylish, right?!

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  2. Thanks for the great resource! The dress shown is amazing... turtle neck dress!!!! Can nurse and be warm.

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  3. So pretty! I don't see how this shirt makes it easy for for breastfeeding though since it doesn't have the usual V-neck nursing tops do.

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  4. Vanessa,

    If you look at the dress on the model you'll see there is a little tie below the bust? You just pull the string and it loosens it, revealing the opening below. I found it very convenient!

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  5. Very cool dress! Great design idea.

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  6. It looks so cute. I want one. I didn't buy much nursing wear, but my sister let me borrow hers sometimes. I always felt much cuter wearing her clothes because I didn't have to accommodate for being able to lift my top up.

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  7. i like this outfit. sad it's no longer on their website.

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