Posts tagged off shoulder

I popped into H&M yesterday and spotted a few breastfeeding friendly (but also cool if you aren't breastfeeding) items that i'd thought i'd share.

The high neck dress isn't usually a style that you can breastfeed in but this one has buttons down the front that would allow for access.  Personally i would wear a thin vest underneath in one of the colours of the dress that i would pull down under my breast and that would keep my tummy hidden.

H&M do great thin strapped, in-expensive vests in loads of different colours - these are so useful for wearing under your normal t-shirts, tops, shirts etc.  They have recently launched a longer length which is even better as it would come down and cover your waist.  This style vest would also be great if you are pregnant as it would easily cover your belly and could be worn in the same way - under many of your existing tops.

I spotted this easy to wear jumpsuit (£29.99) with buttons down the front and this flattering chunky off the shoulder knit (£29.99) to.


Just spotted this 'version' of my AG Alexa Chung Honey Dress on Zara.  Much much cheaper but can a fake ever be as nice as the real thing...

ZARA £25.99


Off the shoulder tops and dresses are in at the moment.  You can wear the tops with pretty much anything, there are a lot of cool looser styles around as well as tighter ones that could work under dungarees.   To breast feed the neck can be easily pulled down (dress) or a top can be pulled up (worn with lycra boob tube underneath).  

I recently posted a photo of me wearing The Honey dress from the AG Jeans Alexa Chung collection.  Its a really cool dress, loose fitting and flattering.  I wore it with trainers but i expect i will wear it with sandals and wooden heels to.

Showing your shoulders off can be a nice and flattering way of exposing a bit of skin and feeling summery without feeling to naked/ exposed. 

ASOS £20 / Zara £25.99 / ASOS £30 / H&M £29.99 / Glamorous £22 / Glamorous £22