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Festival Goddess

Abi Rangecroft

Festival culture is not for the faint hearted!

Why do we love music festivals so much? Perhaps it's the music, the people, the atmosphere or the art... And let's not forget the camping! But most of all, it's often the simple, hedonistic happiness that we thrive on.

Just because you're a new mum doesn't mean that you can't soak up the atmosphere and give your baby their first of many festival experiences!! It's even exciting picking out a super cute and fun outfit for the occasion - but what to do if you are breastfeeding?

We suggest you pop on a cross over dress or top and pick out your favorite coloured Bshirt. Bshirt have done just that and our model Tas sits in her camper van with her baby, wearing a cross over dress from All Saints, denim jacket from Zara and a funky head scarf from Anthropology. 

When it comes to what to wear, your biggest choice will be whether you are an Indi goddess, Techno goddess or Rock goddess!! Because you are definitely a BREASTFEEDING GODDESS and what more can you do, but party...

 

Hit the stage with a long casual cross over dress, a cross over top and pair with ripped jeans or a groovy shirt dress. Keep the spirit going with DM's or funky wedges.

  1. Bshirt in Sunset Red or Black - £18.99 (as part of 2 pack), Bshirt
  2. Long Wrapover Front Dress - £17.99, H&M
  3. Beaded Shirt Dress - £29.99, Zara
  4. Twist Front Blouse - £15.00, Topshop

Normalise Breastfeeding

We are passionate about improving breastfeeding rates in the UK. Breastfeeding in normal clothes helps you to feel like yourself again and by feeding in public you are empowering other women to breastfeed with confidence!

We will be putting together Bshirt Breastfeeding Fashion Edits every week directly to your inbox!

Sign Up to our Newsletter so that you get these edits straight to your inbox every week!!

We want to show you how you can save money by wearing 'normal' clothes while still breastfeeding with confidence and looking fabulous. Because, well, breastfeeding is 'normal', after all!

x Philippa and Lisa and the Bshirt team



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