The beauty in most rompers, jumpers and playsuits alike, lies in the fact that there has, (or one hopes) there's an easy escape route to use the lady's room. And for us breastfeeding mamas, this little piece of info is key. Depending on the romper, there's usually buttons, zippers or loose shoulder straps to aid in the swift removal process.
The Leah Romper I chose from Lumi Kim, is completely versatile. It has an elastic waistline (making it easy-peazy getting in and out of) and has a belt accent that can be removed if you wanted to add a belt of your own for some flair. The blouse's buttons are perfection when it comes to breastfeeding.
I paired this romper with Bravado! Designs' 'body silk seamless nursing bra.' It features removable, molded cups for lining when you want it (can hide nipples or nursing pads) or you can take them out if you don't. They say that it "melts and molds onto your body"- sounds pretty comfy to me.
Here's the complete wardrobe styleboard. I love the ruffled Hooter Hider from Bebe au Lait, so cute!
NECKLACE $28. NURSING BRA $49. EARRINGS $19.95. PEACE BRACELET $38. ROMPER $196. NURSING COVER $29.12. SANDALS $68. DIAPER BAG $70.
SO, ARE YOU, OR WOULD YOU BE A ROMPER WEARER?
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