Nursing Clothes Dramas?

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The Mamascarf in Action
The Mamascarf in Action

Following on from the post ‘Breastfeeding for the sartorially minded‘ I had contact asking what other tops there were on the market that were still fab but budget friendly. I am on the hunt now. It’s hard to find somethign a little different…

However, when I was breastfeeding I didn’t buy nursing clothes, instead I had a Mamascarf. The mamascarf is a scarf especially designed for breastfeeding, you can use it as a scarf but also as an aid to cover when feeding. It costs £17.99. For me it meant I could hitch my tops up and just feed wherever easily. I wasn’t ever to bothered about showing a bit of boob, I was much more bothered about flashing my post-mummy belly off. But with the mamascarf I was good.

So if you’re not sure what to do with the whole nursing top thing, maybe because of budget, then why not invest in a Mamascarf and not worry about it?!

Ohh, forgot to say, it comes with celerbrity endorsements too, not just ours:

“I was very self conscious about needing to breast feed in public places but Mamascarf is simple, stylish and the perfect solution” – Melanie C (Sporty Spice), mum to Scarlet

“I love my Mamascarf, it’s great! I use it virtually all the time” – Leah Wood (model, actress and singer), mum to Maggie

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  2. We only recently stocked these, having met Mamascarf at a Baby Show, and I have to say they have been a steady seller. They are such an easy idea. Great if you are not sure if you will be able to breastfeed – as you can buy one, then if you get into the swing of it with breastfeeding you can invest in some nursing tops. But the Mamascarf is so compact – you can always have it on you.

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