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Shop Smart: Maternity clothes for breastfeeding

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Make your maternity wardrobe work harder by choosing clothes that will work for breastfeeding after baby is born. Look out for…

Midnight Knot Front Maxi Dress (Crave Maternity)1. Boob access – look for either maternitywear specifically designed for nursing or with easy boob access (you only need to be able access one at a time usually, even with twins!). Wrap styles, crossover and button fronts are easy.

2. Stretch fabric – to pull back into shape as you do, and make breastfeeding access even easier.

3. Tummy flattering styles – Even if they offer breastfeeding access, some styles just don’t work for new mums. Bodycon styles make a baby bump look gorgeous, but just leave you feeling self-conscious after the birth – if you want to get more value from your maternity wardrobe, mix bumptastic styles with more forgiving shapes. Something that skims your belly will give you confidence postnatally.

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