Ever since giving birth, finding both chic and flexible clothing to allow me to breastfeed at any time has been SO important. Motherhood Maternity has definitely been my go-to lately because they offer the best of both worlds. They have everything from maternity to nursing pieces and everything is always really comfortable and cute.
August is National Breastfeeding Awareness month. Every year the US Department of Health and Human Services dedicates this month to driving a campaign to empower women to commit to breastfeeding. I love how Motherhood Maternity not only supports this campaign, but also offers the tools women need to be able to breastfeed more easily, such as nursings bras, tops and dresses.
Here are four of my favorite pieces from Motherhood Maternity right now:
- Lift Up Tiered Nursing Dress - This dress is perfect. It’s so cute and I can wear it for any occasion. I can dress it up with wedges or dress it down with sneakers and I always feel so chic in it. The best part is that is has the convenient lift-up feature for breastfeeding which is SO useful.
- Lace Trim Maternity Dress - This piece is great for both maternity and post-maternity. It’s so flowy and comfortable, I can wear it all day at home or go out and I still feel good in it. It is also super flattering! I got it in white, but it also looks cute in blue or pink.
- Bravado Designs Buttercup Wireless Nursing Bra - This nursing bra is definitely one of my favorites so far. It clips down so you can easily nurse whenever you need to. It’s also really comfortable and offers the right amount of support.
- Jessica Simpson Seamless Convertible Nursing Bra - I love a good seamless bra and this one is amazing! It’s just so easy to wear all day and it clips down with a double opening for nursing.
Motherhood Maternity has been such a lifesaver for all of these new mom moments. If you guys are interested in trying out some of their pieces for yourself you can use my code “Candice40” to get 40% off one full price item. This code is good until 8/31/18.
This post is sponsored by Motherhood Maternity. All thoughts and opinions are my own.