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Go Bold for Easter - our pick of the best High Street Floral Dresses

Lisa Lessware blue bold button dress floral navy red spring wrap

 

 

A precious bundle for Easter and we’re not talking about bunnies!

Spring into action, sit  amongst the daffodils and enjoy the milder temperatures of March. Breastfeed with confidence when you’re out and about, whether that’s walking in the park or lunching in a restaurant and stick to your beauty regime of remaining fashion conscious.

Don't be put off wearing a dress just because you are breastfeeding - if it's got buttons, a wrap front, a deep V or a cowl neck you can breastfeed in it.  The Bshirt allows you to adapt your existing wardrobe to breastfeed in, making wearing a dress, well, a breeze!

 

 

 

We love this drape tie-waist dress from French Connection, it’s a chic lesson in wearing florals. It has a collarless buttoned front, long sleeves and a gathered waist. Wear with your navy Bshirt for a bright contrast and feel in the mood for Spring!

Unbutton and pull up to feed your bundle of joy this Easter! 


Tip: Come rain or shine (it is nearly April!) pop a pair of Hunter wellies on and knee high socks for a fresh and youthful festival feel. Our model accessories with her very own knitwear wrap.

 

Savvy Styling!

Here are our breastfeeding friendly pics for bold spring floral dresses to welcome in Spring, all perfect to pair with the Bshirt in navy.

 

 

Normalise Breastfeeding

We are passionate about improving breastfeeding rates in the UK. Breastfeeding in your own 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!

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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



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