Reader Request: Wedding #bfingstyle

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I recently got an email from reader Alexis asking for some help in finding a breastfeeding friendly dress for an upcoming wedding. Her requirements were something in a fresh spring color that wasn't skin tight, and would allow her to breastfeed her daughter as needed.

I found many dresses that would work for Alexis, but this was one of my favorites. The flowing maxi dress has a wrap style top, which would give breast access. The pink is perfect for spring and similar to Pantone's Rose Quartz 2016 color of the year. Paired with nude heels and delicate gold jewelry, this would be perfect for a spring wedding.

Wedding breastfeeding friendly style

Wedding breastfeeding friendly style by lactivistnloubs

Alexis, I hope you feel beautiful at your upcoming event! I can't wait to see which dress you choose. Have a blast and share your pics. For links on the maxi dress above and the other dresses for Alexis, see below.

Reader Request: Baptism #bfingstyle

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Reader Jenny reached out to me on Instagram asking for some help in finding a breastfeeding friendly dress for her daughter's upcoming baptism. Her requirements were something that wouldn't make her look frumpy, but still allow her to breastfeed on demand. She preferred a dress in a neutral color that would let her feel pretty and elegant for her daughter and family's special day. 

Jenny, I know exactly where you're coming from. We all need a break from spit up covered yoga pants. If dressing up for such a wonderful occasion makes you feel more like yourself, go for it!

I found Jenny several breastfeeding friendly dresses, but this one from Old Navy was my favorite. It has a subtle pattern to it that wouldn't be overpowering. While it is sheer, it has buttons to the waist and a built in slip which can be moved for nursing. I added sea foam green accessories, including a scarf if covered nursing is preferred. The taupe and black tote is large enough for baby accessories and looks luxe, but is under $50. The lace up flats are a fun alternative to regular ballet flats.

Jenny, I hope you feel beautiful at your daughter's baptism! Please share pics and tag them with #bfingstyle.

In need of a little breastfeeding friendly sartorial guidance? Let me know if I can help and you may see your dress in an upcoming post! Send me a Facebook message or email (see About page for email address).