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by Emma Elwin on 10 November, 2016

Nursing a baby and dressing warm is a tricky business.

Top, Boob. Trousers, Filippa K.
Breastfeeding is something that (at least for me) has made dressing somewhat tricky. When I’m at home I mostly wear old T-shirts and hoodies. But, leaving the house you need to think twice, especially now when the winter is here and your depending on layers to keep warm. This is top is a favorite of mine. Made by the sustainable brand Boob and design for breastfeeding, I will definitely keep wearing it after I am done nursing Dylan.


6 Comments

Emma: De är gamla så du får kolla secondhand ist, Filippa k har en egen secondhand på Södermalm!
November 21, 2016

Emma: It Will be available on the online shop soon :)
November 21, 2016

Emma: Den ska finnas i butik snart :)
November 21, 2016

Elisabet: Kan du länk till byxorna, hittar inte vilka de är på hemsidan? Tack på förhand.
November 20, 2016

Sm: Så fin! Älskar Boob, bästa amningsbh:arna! Dock tycker jag deras tröjor/toppar ibland har varit ganska små i stl, hur är denna modellen?
November 11, 2016

H: That's a nice top! I am giving birth in January and have been looking for something similar. I can't find it on boob.se webpage though, can you make a link? Your'e so great by the way! :)
November 10, 2016

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