#WIN Nursing In Style {Milk Nursingwear #Review & #Giveaway}

Nursing has it’s ups and downs.  Here is how I see it:

  • Ups
  • You bond with your baby.
  • You save money by not buying formula.
  • You never have to worry about running out of food when you are on the go.
  • It burns extra calories.
  • It is healthy for your baby.
  • Downs
  • Mom has to do all the night feedings.
  • If baby sleeps too long you feel like you will burst.
  • It takes a lot of time out of your day.

What if I told you there is a way to mark one of the downs off your list? 

Milk Nursingwear was founded and is the freshest nursingwear on the planet. Their styles are modern, stylish, and flattering and can be worn even when you aren’t nursing! I didn’t get nursingwear until Milk sent me a shirt to review I was just wearing whatever and making it work.  I just lifted my shirt up from the bottom and let my postpartum gut hang out.  When I was done I would have to stand up and readjust everything.  The problem came when I went to church. I went into the mother’s room but…um…how do you nurse in a dress?  I mean I can throw on my nursing cover but do I hike my dress up and nurse?  What if someone comes in and sees all I have to offer–awkward!  But I have to feed my child so what do I do?  My solution…I went home.  ha ha I couldn’t figure it out. Milk has the solution to having to redress every time your nurse AND you can stay at church and not have it be awkward!

Milk Nursingwear sent me this wonderful blue cowl neck short sleeve top.  It is made of 95% rayon and 5% lycra.  This makes it nice and soft!  Better yet, it is light…great for fluctuating hormones.  I like that I can wear it with a white skirt and make it dressy for church or pair it with a pair of jean capris and make it casual.  For cooler days I can throw a little cardi on with it! I also like that it doesn’t scream nursing top.  It is cute and stylish and looks like a non-nursing top. It is great for year round wear, nursing or not. Here is the money feature of this shirt. You just pull the neck down and lift up the underpanel and nurse away. This keeps your breast covered and your clothes covering your belly, sides, and back. Genius! The underpanel is only in the front top part so it isn’t extra layers, adding bulk and trapping in heat. This little hidden opening also allows you the freedom of not having to cover up your baby, keeping them cooler, if you choose. People would just think you are holding your baby in your arms!  It is discreet and easy to use.

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