Louise Keggin on Monday, November 17, 2014
I didnt buy any breastfeeding clothes with my last boy as I didnt nurse for him (tube fed baby) and this time I listened to fellow mums who told me they werent worth the money. However I picked up something in a jojo sale and I find the whole idea much more discreet and appealing so I bought this dress. I love it!! I probably should have bought a size smaller as the arms are quite wide. My only suggestion would be that it was double layered on the back. I thought it would be the striped dress and then a cardigan sewn over top, it isnt! Its a cardigan with a layer of fabric at the front which disappointed me slightly. Otherwise.. well done Jojo
Claire on Saturday, October 25, 2014
I absolutely love the style of this dress and it's really flattering to a post-pregnancy figure. The big issue for me is that the slits for feeding are far, far too small (being quite large chested) and it's almost impossible for me to nurse through. It's a little on the short side (I'm 5ft 9) so needs leggings/thick tights with it. A real shame as I really love the design, but it doesn't work for me for feeding so I'd avoid if you are more amply endowed!
Breton Feeding "Twinset" Dress
One of our favourite styles of feeding top is now available as a dress, making it even easier to wear.
Easy to wear tunic with stripe fixed under layer and plain top layer that buttons in the front offering easy and modest feeding access.
Length 35 (89cm)
40% Cotton, 40% Viscose, 20% Nylon
Machine washable at 30 degrees
Unfortunately we are unable to deliver this item to UNITED KINGDOM.