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25 Nursing-friendly Styles for Spring

By MadelinePetersen |

We are 10 months in and still going strong on this nursing thing. I think we’re in for a few more months at least, and that has me thinking about my wardrobe for the warming weather.

You may remember that I moved to the hottest place on the planet, where it is far too hot to think about layering for discreet public nursing. So, I have sought out the best options for nursing this spring and summer that do not require extra layers to keep your twins under wraps.

You’re welcome.

Click through to see my favorite nursing friendly styles for spring (all under $50):

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Springy Nursing Clothes

Bird-Print Charmeuse Blouse

This sweet bird print will liven up your wardrobe.
Click here to buy from Old Navy
$32.99

Check out 16 Style Rules for Babywearing Moms

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About MadelinePetersen

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MadelinePetersen

Madeline blogs and tweets about budget-friendly clothes, modest apparel, sales, her obsession with pop culture, and her pudgy little baby, Tate, on her personal blog, Uber Chic for Cheap. A former Babble contributor, she currently resides in Corpus Christi, Texas.

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4 thoughts on “25 Nursing-friendly Styles for Spring

  1. Kristyn says:

    As usual, I love what you’ve chosen. Darling!

  2. heidi says:

    Adorbs…but I’m too old (and my boobs are too big) for Forever 21. But I totally just got sidetracked into online shopping, which I love.

  3. heidi says:

    Also, that Tommy Hillfiger dress is awesome, but it’s $100…don’t know where you were seeing it for $49, but if you follow the link it’s more
    (possibly worth it)

  4. Stephanie says:

    Seriously what moms are fitting into forever 21? At least those of us in our 30′s are not!
    Thanks for the suggestions though! some are great!

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