Monthly Archives: February 2016

New Spring Nursingwear Styles Have Arrived at Milk Nursingwear!

February 25, 2016

1843_11-664socialFashion is in full bloom with the arrival of the first of Milk Nursingwear’s new Spring 2016 styles. Our fresh and fashionable nursing tops and nursing dresses will deliver a bouquet of colors to your closet this spring.T3008 zoom

Pack your dark, heavy winter-wear away and start building your spring nursing wardrobe. Our latest designs include trendy details such as stripes, layering, shirring, and of course styling that’s fit-to-flatter.

Shop our entire new line at Milk Nursingwear today to check out all things Spring!

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Milk Nursingwear’s Love Notes

February 18, 2016

Thank you for your rave reviews, feedback, and comments about Milk Nursingwear during our 2016 Share the Love Valentine’s Day giveaway. We took each of your entries to heart and love hearing how our stylish nursing designs make a difference to you and your nursling. We also enjoyed seeing the beautiful faces of our Milk Nursingwear customers. Now, we want to share the love with you!

Here is a sampling of the submissions and photos we received. Read why nursing moms love Milk Nursingwear!

I love Milk Nursingwear because I get to be comfortable and stylish at the same time, while most importantly feeding my baby modestly and confidently. Thank you for the opportunity! ~ Tyneisha

I love Milk Nursingwear because I will finally be able to wear a beautiful dress again without having to hide with the skirt hiked up to my chin to nurse! Thank you for being creative! ~ Liv

I love milk nursing wear because not only does it look great on but it washes well  – a plus for any working mom! ~ Liz

I love Milk Nursingwear because when I wear your nursing tops, no one can tell they are nursing tops! ~ Emily

I love Milk Nursingwear because I can nurse my baby while getting ready for work, then easily pump while on the job! ~ Mary

I love Milk Nursingwear because I finally don’t feel frumpy when I leave the house! As a new mom learning to breastfeed in clothes was a challenge, until I found Milk! Thank you for creating clothes that make me feel like a woman again! ~ Holland

I love milk nursingwear because I feel comfortable feeding my baby anywhere! It is such a natural thing I don’t feel like I should be hiding doing it!! Thanks for all the great styles you are selling !! ~ Camelia

I love Milk Nursingwear because it focuses on motherhood as a normal stage of life. ~ Kami

Thank you for sharing your love for Milk Nursingwear fashionable nursing tops and nursing dresses!

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Milk Nursingwear’s Share the Love Winners Are…

February 15, 2016


Happy Valentine’s Day from Milk Nursingwear!

Thank you for your submissions to our 2016 Share the Love Valentine’s Day giveaway. We’ve enjoyed hearing why you love Milk Nursingwear and seeing the beautiful pictures of you in Milk Nursingwear nursing tops and nursing dresses!

The winners of a $100 Milk Nursingwear gift card are…

Amy K.

“I love Milk Nursingwear because their clothes are stylish and make it easy to feed my baby when we’re out.”

Amy H.

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“I love Milk Nursingwear because it enables me to look great, while still being accessible for nursing!”

Stephanie B.

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“I love Milk Nursingwear because it has changed my life by making nursing my baby so much easier and accessible. Prior to stumbling onto the website, I had anxiety about taking my baby out of the house for fear that she’ll need to eat and I’d have a huge wardrobe malfunction while trying to feed her. Milk takes away all of that unneeded stress by making easy, comfortable and stylish clothes that I feel good in! Thank you Milk!”

Thank you for Sharing the Love!

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Don’t Forget These Freebies Before Leaving the Hospital

February 11, 2016

You think you’ve thought of everything…you have stocked the baby’s room with new clothes, diapers, wipes, etc. Well, there is one place left to snag a few more goodies – your hospital room. Milk Nursingwear wants to remind you that there are some important items you must not leave without:

pacifierPacifier – Do you or don’t you. This continues to be debated. Some moms refuse to allow a pacifier, while others of us are happy to feed their infant’s oral fixation. The hospital will supply you with some pacifiers. If you choose to let baby sooth with a pacy, you will find that there are some styles she likes and others – not so much. It can’t hurt to have extras around to see what works.

Baby Hats, Tees and Onesies – All hospitals will supply a traditional beanie-type, knitted cap to help keep baby warm. Others will also send home a tee or onesie with the hospital or doctor’s name. These are fun to keep, as later in life you will forget just how small your little one really was.
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Receiving Blankets – You can never have enough receiving blankets which can also serve double duty as burp clothes. Take whatever they will give you.

Breast Pump Supplies – Some hospitals will supply you with a free manual breast pump. If you are lucky enough to receive one, be sure to hold on to it and take it home. It can’t hurt to have an additional set of supplies.

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Keepsakes – Items such as Baby’s hospital bracelet and her hospital ID card will find a special place in her scrapbook or keepsake box.

Diapers and Wipes – Best to leave the hospital fully stocked. You will find they have the tiniest diapers ever for the wee ones.

postpartum suppliesPostpartum Supplies – No one warns you about the postpartum chaos. Items such as mesh underwear, pads, tucks, a peri bottle, and ice packs are a necessity. There’s nothing pretty about mesh undies with a giant pad, but you will be so happy you brought extras home. You will be a bit messy and sore for a little while, so it’s good to have these supplies on hand.

Bulb Syringe – Sure, you’ve already bought one, but it’s good to have some extra. At some point, you can’t really be sure if you’ve actually gotten it cleaned out very well.

underpadsDisposable Underpads – These serve two purposes, one to lay baby on to catch both spit up and urine – and two for you to lay on. As we mentioned earlier, things are a little messy for you the first week or so too.

Make sure to enlist your spouse, friends and family to amass whatever you can before heading home.

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Milk Nursingwear February Style Guide

February 4, 2016


Nursingwear Styles we LOVE

Celebrations Nursing dressMilk Nursingwear’s Celebrations nursing dress is the perfect go-to dress all year long. We have updated this classic to make it dressier and more forgiving. Nursing openings are easy to access by pulling aside the crossover top on either side. Add a heart accented bag and jewelry for a splash of Valentine’s Day fun. Keep warm with tights, knee high boots, a scarf and a blanket cape.

Red Stripe nursing topTry our Red stripe 3/4 sleeve nursing top to brighten up your breastfeeding apparel. This striped, fun nursing top has an empire layer that you simply lift for discreet breastfeeding. Keep your Valentine look colorful but casual with red ballerina flats and a “LOVE” handbag.

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