Inspired by easy access to the boobs, these are the outfits that are in rotation right now – as a newly-nursing mama.
First up, ASOS; they have an amazing selection of basics, as well as nursing/maternity dresses and tops, so cute that they don’t even look like nursing specific garments.
Zara is a treasure trove of items that aren’t nursing specific, but sure do fit the bill.
The basics already in your closet can also find their way into nursing-friendly outfits.
I made a point of sectioning off my closet, moving conducive items to the front of drawers (I fold Marie Kondo style, like library books in my drawers, spine up), and in the closets I have a section just for items that ‘fit’ as nursing wear.
What I like best about all these pieces is that many are items I already own. Others, I will be able to keep wearing them long after my little one has graduated to solids… which is, I think, a solid investment.
It’s so warm here that two outfits per day seems reasonable. We lounges by the pool on the roof before packing to take a car to Porto.
Wildfires are sweeping Portugal and our drive to Porto was smokey. We didn’t know, at first, what was happening- not being tuned into current events in Portuguese on the radio. The brush fire I being Fought by firefighters from all over the country.
We stopped at a roadside place called Ars (I know) and managed to accidentally select a 17 Euro meal (of suckling pig); who spends a total of 30 Euro on a gas stop lunch. Lol.
We are safe and sound; the city looks beautiful and dreamy. We are staying in Maia, just outside Porto.