nursing tank: asos | maternity jeans: gap | shoes: converse | bag: rebecca minkoff | sunnies: karen walker
Today’s post is bittersweet as it’s the last one with my bump, but one of the neatest maternity tops I bought. I love this Asos tank because it’s dual purpose. I wore it all the way through my 3rd trimester and it was cut in such a way that I can wear it post-delivery as a nursing tank.
A top that serves two purposes? Sign me up. Maternity clothing can get expensive, so why not invest in some that will work for you post baby, too?
I paired this casual maternity/nursing tank with some of my favorite maternity jeans from GAP. I loved these stretchy jeans for their comfort during my pregnancy, and now that I’m a week and a half post delivery I’m liking them even more.
If you’ve had a baby before, then you’re well aware that not all women leave the hospital in their pre-pregnancy jeans. It may take a few weeks or months or even a year to get back into your old jeans. So where does this leave you clothing-wise? In an awkward “in between” stage. Full panel maternity pants are just too big and your old jeans are way too tight.
However, these GAP jeans have changed my post-pregnancy wardrobe. Instead of having a full panel they just have a stretchy inset on the right and left hip which allows the waistline a little extra give. They’ve been a great pair of pants to have right after baby!
Although I didn’t want to bare it all on the blog, I wanted to include the shot pictured above to show you how the nursing talk works. It’s so simple! All you do it pull the grey panel to the side and the white panel slightly to the middle of your chest and you’re ready to nurse!
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