Dresses and breastfeeding are not mutually exclusive – you just have to find the right ones.
The best breastfeeding friendly dresses (and jumpsuits) I think are probably the ones that open at the front – although look out for dresses with a loose neck that can be pulled down or ones with massive sleeves/ arm holes that allow boob access from the side.
Marks & Spences have a couple of good options in at the moment here are my two favourites:
I love the lilac colour of this dress – it’s so pretty but I also like the modern cut of it. It can be worn both smart and casually. It would be great layered – you could wear a long sleeve polo neck (i’d probably go with a stripped one) and tights under it in the winter and then either bare arms or a short t-shirt in the summer.
<a href="https://www.marksandspencer.com/button-detailed-relaxed-midi-dress/p/p60220766?image=SD_01_T59_2884D_G0_X_EC_90&color=LILAC&prevPage=srp” class=”image-slide-anchor content-fit”>
Linen Rich Double Button Front Midi Dress £59 / <a href="https://www.marksandspencer.com/pure-cotton-button-detailed-denim-jacket/p/p60219911?image=SD_01_T49_4226_P6_X_EC_90&color=SOFTWHITE&prevPage=srp” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>Button Detailed Denim Jacket £35
This is such a good summer dress – super useful and perfect for both Summer in the city and on holiday. The style is very flattering and it is a great length. This is defiantely a ‘go to’ dress that when you can’t decide what to wear this one will never let you down.
Linen Blend Button Front Waisted Midi Dress £39.50 / Pom-Pom Clutch Bag £29.50
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Photography by Jane Looker