Nursing Dresses for Spring | What to wear for breastfeeding in the warmer months
The sunshine is finally here, we are slowly breaking out of the lockdown drudgery and things are looking up!
For many of us this means peeling off the maternity leggings and possibly breastfeeding your baby in public for the first time.
If you are finding the sudden prospect of nursing in front of family and friends a bit daunting, we totally get it here at Ruma Breastfeeding Wear.
This spring fashion is all about forgiving, voluminous dresses that are perfect for transitioning out of loungewear.
The high street has plenty of options, but not much that is breastfeeding friendly.Often with high necklines and longer sleeves there isn’t a way to pull this style of dress up or down for nursing.
Voluminous dress from & other stories would be quite tricky to breastfeed in.
Comfy and easy to wear these midi length dresses are also perfect for wearing post pregnancy, when a tummy hugging style is the last thing on our minds.
We are all still prioritising comfort and these voluminous, throw on dresses are a great way to ease ourselves back into everyday style.
Thanks to Ruma Breastfeeding Wear’s unique two way hidden zip, this spring’s silhouette is now accessible to breastfeeding women too.
Pair with chunky trainers or socks and sandals the easy, breezy tiered midi dress feels like the sense freedom we are all longing for.
Add a bright print for extra optimism or channel this years most searched Pinterest term (Picnic Aesthetic) in a gingham check.
Breastfeeding your baby out and about can take a bit of getting used to and choosing an outfit that makes nursing accessible can help to settle the breastfeeding in public nerves.
No one wants to be grappling with layers on a hot day.Where the OUOD (one up one down) method is great for winter, in the warmer months wearing something breathable is much more comfortable for nursing.
This spring’s fashion trend of voluminous midi dresses with tiered skirts and oversized waistlines couldn’t be more perfect for post lockdown and post pregnancy comfort and Ruma Breastfeeding Wear is making sure us nursing mamas are not left behind in our leggings.
Picture the scene, a picnic blanket, friends and family, the sun shining on your lovely baby whilst you sip a cold Pimms feeling comfortable and confident in a summer nursing dress.
Dress for the picnic in a gingham check or a on trend celestial print with a hidden zip for nursing access unique to Ruma Breastfeeding Wear
Up close with Ruma prints for SS21 launching at the end of May with florals, gingham checks, denim and rainbow spots
The rainbow spot midi dress with tiered skirt as voted for by the Ruma Breastfeeding Wear Instagram community
The spring/ summer collection is launching at the end of May with plenty of voluminous midi dresses and optimism.