Breastfeeding & Maternity Funnel Neck Hoodie - Teal
This breastfeeding & maternity jumper is every new mums must-have accessory!
Looking for something to keep the bump warm that will also see you through the colder months of breastfeeding? Then this luxurious breastfeeding & maternity jumper is exactly what you've been looking for. In fact, we'll put money on the fact that you'll be wearing it through your pregnancy and still be living in it long after breastfeeding ends.
Made from a thick cotton/spandex fabric with a fluffy fleecy lining, this unbelievably cosy jumper has uber-discreet, extra long zips that zip from bottom to top for easy feeding access, and a long body that allows the top to fit comfortably over bumps and still look stylish postnatally.
Based on our hoodie which was named Best Breastfeeding Top by Loved by Parents, this nursing jumper is the best thing you can buy for yourself or for a new mum - all year round!
Layer it up with your favourite nursing sports bra and our gorgeous bamboo tops for easy and discreet breastfeeding.
- Heavy-weight, fleece lined fabric. 95% cotton , 5% spandex for stretch
- Longer length body
- Extra long, hidden zip feeding access
- Zips that open from bottom to top, to keep you warmer when feeding in the cold
- Thumbholes to keep hands warm
- Order your pre-pregnancy size for the best fit
Not sure what size you need? Take a look at our breastfeeding & maternity jumper size guide... Please note, the funnel neck sweaters are a slightly more fitted style than the hoodies, so for amore relaxedfit, we suggest sizing up.
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
I love how soft this is, with really well-placed invisible zips for breastfeeding. Great when I’ve my little one in a carrier and need to feed her.
This is my 2nd hoodie i have purchased . They are so warm and comfortable. Really good quality and they wash really well . Highly recommend.
Absolutely love this top but losing a star because stitchwork on the pocket unravelled quite soon after buying.
Am almost 39 weeks and still wearing this top. Flattering. As am pretty active it is nice to have good maternity leisurewear. My last pregnancies were 10 and 13 years ago and there was really nothing like this so I've been very much enjoying purchases from Natalactive.
Great hoodie, fabric very soft and comfortable and great access to breastfeed. Fab colour too! I have purchased several items from natal active now and have never been disappointed.
I love this top. Colour is my fave and the feel of the fabric is lovely and soft. I bought to wear immediately postpartum so sized up to make sure there was enough space for my receding tum. I went for the large although pre-pregnancy would have been a 10-12 in a top. The weight of this top is definitely on the cozy side but other than that it is reminiscent of a very high end (read expensive) outdoors brand that I sometimes manage to find on sale (think Canadian fossils)! If I manage not to cover it in lanolin, I’ll be wearing it long after I stop breast feeding.