Modern sportswear meets functional nursing wear. Now $71.
There’s definitely been a morning chill in the air of late. I have to say I’m loving it, especially after the belated summer we had in March which made it so difficult to sleep at night. I certainly remembered how much hotter I felt when I was pregnant and I’m betting that most pregnant mums out there are glad that there’s been a change in the weather. We noticed how the sportswear trend has really taken off so we wanted to bring in a sweater that would be perfect for the gym, casual wear AND breastfeeding (and pregnancy too). We think we cracked it with the geo spot sweater selling like hotcakes. I’m guessing this is going to sell out even before we hit winter this year! It’s just so ideal for nursing your baby when it gets cooler – you don’t have to freeze by lifting up your top. All you have to do is pop open a few press studs to get discreet and easy nursing access. We also have a new brand of maternity leggings to go with our fabulous nursing sweater. Now leggings are one item you definitely can’t live without, pregnant or not! These ones are such a great fit and are soooo comfortable, you’re guaranteed to want to live in them. Being seamfree, they don’t have any itchy seams around your bump which is perfect for those with sensitive skin and/or mums wanting a perfectly smooth contour. (There are inside leg seams down the legs though.) Also, incredibly affordable at $30.50 including free shipping. For cold winter nights when you have do those middle of the night feeds, there is nothing like a warm pair of pyjamas to give you comfort. We love the cute floral print of these maternity pyjama pants ($45) and the comfy belly band. The maternity pyjama top ($43) with nursing access is comfortable and loose fitting (if you prefer a more fitted nursing top, we have our lace-insert nursing top instead). It makes breastfeeding when you’re half asleep so much easier as it simply involves lifting up the top layer. Mmm… snuggling up in these warm winter pieces makes the colder weather something to look forward to.