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The Best Outfits For Breastfeeding Mamas This Christmas

The Best Outfits For Breastfeeding Mamas This Christmas

The Best Outfits For Breastfeeding Mamas This Christmas
Let’s be honest, if you have little ones who are still young enough to be breastfeeding, the chances are you probably don’t get out much. If you are like most parents and your nights out are few and far between, that doesn’t mean you don’t like getting into the festive spirit – even if the party is in a relatives living room, you’re still getting out, right?
Breastfeeding does add another element of preparation though. You want easy boob access but you also want to dress up, but, most of all, you want to be comfortable.
Here are our top picks for breastfeeding mamas this Christmas.
1. A wrap dress
A wrap dress is a great solution for breastfeeding mums. It is still dressy but gives perfect boob access for your little one. Pair it with tights and boots for a more casual look.
 Debenhams €58.50
2. A button-down shirt/dress
Anything with buttons down the front is perfect for quick access when you need to breastfeed. So whether it is a dress or a shirt buttons are perfect!
Next €38 
3. A top and bottom combo
Everyone loves “jeans and a nice top” combo, it’s basically the uniform of most women I know that are getting out! It is also prefect for breastfeeding as pulling up a top can give you more access than a dress.
Clockwise from top left: Penneys €13, Penneys €16, Penneys €25, John Rocha €67.50, John Rocha €67.50
4. A jumpsuit 
Like a wrap dress, a jumpsuit or a playsuit with a deep V neck will give you quick and easy boob access and still leave you feeling dressed up for the festivities.
Penneys €18 (approx)
Laura Doyle, Mum of 4. Kyle 9, Noa Belle 4, Briar 2 and Milla 12 months. Breastfeeder, co-sleeper, coffee drinker. Staying positive and inspired by the chaos of it all. Writer and blogger at