Another baby-related post. My apologies. My life has taken a drastic turn toward domesticity.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune...wait. Not that. The universally acknowledged truth among nursing mothers is that dresses that are nursing-friendly are hard to come by. This is a particularly unfortunate truth if you are fond of wearing dresses. I happen to fall into that camp, so I recently went on a hunt for dresses that would work.
Since the jackpot of dresses seems to be ASOS, I turned to them first. They had so many options available that I just didn't know where to start. Take this dress for example:
It comes with an amazing benefit. Nursing a baby would actually make you MORE covered up than you would be when wearing the dress sans kiddo. What an idea! Revolutionary, I say!
My next find also had some obvious benefits in terms of accessibility.
However, the downside appeared to be the same as the upside, so it was nixed.
The third one came with an extra special feature: no part of the dress would have to be removed in order for a baby to eat! That must have been what the designers had in mind when it was created, right?
So thoughtful of those designers, really.
I found a few more, one of which looked like it could double as a maternity dress. Thankfully I'm out of the woods on that one, so I have no need for such an attribute.
Another dress had a cutout in the perfect location for nursing, although the goth style might not be for everyone.
And last but not least, this dress boasts unparalleled convenience. I can't believe it's not advertised as a nursing dress.
I can't believe I thought it was so hard to find a dress I could nurse in. I mean, look at all these possibilities! And this search was all with an under $40 filter, so just think of what the options might include if price were no object!
Thanks, ASOS. You've restored my ability to wear dresses while feeding a tiny human.
Disclaimer: if you think I'd be caught dead in any of these dresses, you probably don't know me very well.