Maternity & Breastfeeding T-shirt - Lilac Sorbet
THE maternity and breastfeeding t-shirt you need for your summer!
This super-soft, lightweight, t-shirt is perfect for sunny days, providing easy and discreet breastfeeding access, while also giving enough stretch to see you through your pregnancy. Bamboo fabric is fantastic for working out in, or styling with an everyday outfit, making this top an essential for breastfeeding mums this summer.
This beautiful lilac coloured top has been designed with discreetly hidden zips, guaranteeing that this will be a top that stays in your wardrobe long after you’ve stopped nursing.
BREASTFEEDING T-SHIRT: KEY FEATURES
- Lightweight, ultra-soft bamboo/spandex fabric
- Long fit to cover growing bumps and for a flattering postnatal fit
- Invisible long zips for easy and discreet breastfeeding access
- Temperature regulating fabric
- Classic style neckline
A word on sizing...
We recommend selecting your pre-pregnancy size for the best fit. Please note these are quite generously sized so if you are between sizes we suggest sizing down for a more fitted look or sizing up for a looser fit.
Our pregnant model is 32 weeks pregnant and wearing a size 8 in these photos. Our postnatal model also wears a size 8
It can be tricky to know what size to get when your shape is constantly changing. We want to ensure you get a perfect fit every time so have created this handy size guide to help you get it right.
Measuring bra size
If you are not sure what bra size you currently are, grab a tape measure and check out Boob or Bust who have a handy calculator, calibrated to take pregnancy and breastfeeding in to account.
This chart calculates in line with the Boob or Bust size guides rather than the bra size you wear. This is because bra sizes vary hugely between brands and we want to ensure you get the best fit every time. At the very least we recommend choosing the size that corresponds with your under bust measurement in inches - not your bra size!
We always recommend choosing your pre-pregnancy size for the best fit during and after pregnancy. If you are already pregnant and finding bras too tight, we'd typically suggest picking one size below your current under bust measurement and using the bra extender to the end of your pregnancy (for the best postnatal fit).
Still not sure? Drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org with your measurements and current bra size and we will get back to you as soon as we can!
HOODIES AND YOGA TOPS
Nice colour. Good fit. Lovely material. Easy feeding.