When I gave birth to my son, I hadn’t realized that nursing-friendly clothes are a thing. Sure, I had done my fair share on searching & finding ways on how to dress the bump without having to resort to maternity clothes, but I hadn’t thought about nursing outfits at all. As a result, the first time I was dressing to go out with my baby, I realized that nothing in my wardrobe was nursing-friendly. I had very few button-ups, which almost all of them still fitted too small. And as with pregnancy clothes, I am not much into nursing clothes either. The struggle to find a go-to nursing outfit and style was real!
I have already written on previous post about how much I love wearing men’s clothes, especially shirts. I am not talking about wearing them at home like a pyjama, but incorporating them into my daily outfits. So that’s what I did again. His shirts became my go-to nursing outfit. What’s more, I can wear them again and again in so many ways. They go perfect with a sexy bralette and delicate necklaces, tucked into jeans, or worn as shirt dresses.
For today’s look, Anestis’ shirt came to the rescue for yet another nursing outfit. I tied a knot at the bottom of the shirt and paired it with yellow trousers. I finished my look with dainty necklaces, white slingbacks, and this cute pink bag for a feminine touch, but also wore a pair of men’s’ sunglasses. What do you think?
What about you? Do you like wearing men’s clothes? Which piece is your favorite and how do you like to wear it?
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