Breastfeeding, Mom Life, Shopping

Breastfeeding Friendly Clothes NOT from a Maternity Store

Fashion for the breastfeeding mom

NOTE/DISCLAIMER: These are all products that I have or would purchase. I am an affiliate with Amazon and if you use my link to purchase a product that I recommend, I get a small commission at no cost to you 🙂


Button Down Tops

Can be styled to look cute, and are easy to get access to your breast, but it isn’t very quick. Little buttons can be the bane of your existence with a hungry baby.

Word of caution when shopping online. I may look like a true button down, but some shirts the buttons are just for decoration. If it is a half button down, then would avoid fabrics that do NOT stretch.

Row 1

Solid Tie Front Blouse (Hunter Green)

V-Neck Tunic Shirt (White)

Loose Blouse Short Sleeve V Neck Button Down (Oatmeal)

Blouses V Neck Color Block Stripes Button Up Blouse (Orange Floral)

Row 2

Waffle Knit Tunic Blouse Tie Knot (Rust Red)

Kamala Plaid Button Down Shirt (Blue Plaid)

Tie Front Blouse (Armor Olive)

Grey Casual Loose Fitting Summer Button Down (Grey)


Cross Front Tops

Great for easy access, can be a little tricky based on if there is a clip or button to keep the garment closed when you are not breastfeeding. Would be perfect for Fall. If it has a deep v neckline then you’re golden. As long as you are okay with showing that much skin 🙂

Word of Caution: When shopping online, it is hard to tell if these tops have a closer or not, or if it is sewn shut which would defeat the purpose of being breastfeeding friendly.

Row 1

Long Sleeve Criss Cross Drape Front – Magenta

Ballet Faux Wrap – Hunter Green

Deep V Neck Long Sleeve Cross Front Ruched Wrap – Navy

Surplice Empire Top – Coral Floral

Row 2

Criss-Cross Front Top – Grey

Deep V Neck Long Sleeve Unique Cross Wrap – Camel

Made In Usa Wrap Banded Bottom Top – Charcoal

3/4 Sleeve Wrap Front Drape Top – Aqua

Cross Front also applies to dresses. I wore this dress for my son’s Baptism, paired with a white cardigan and it worked great for breastfeeding.

Casual Dress A Line Cap Sleeve V Neck – Sky Blue


Half Zip Tops

These types of tops I found to be perfect, although they were sometimes hard to unzip with one hand. And my little monster did tend to spill milk on the shirt, but I think that is a risk with any top you are breastfeeding in. Just make sure the fabric has some stretch to so you can push it to the side while breastfeeding.

Row 1

Zip V Neck Short Sleeveless Casual Blouse Tunic Shirt (Black Plaid)

V Neck T Shirt Zip up Long Sleeve Tunic Tee (Grey)

Short Sleeve Zip up Tunic Lace Shoulder (Army Green)

Long Sleeve Half Zip Hoodie (Grey)

Row 2

Zipper Accent Tank (Faded Mauve)

Zip Up V Neck 3/4 Rolled Sleeve Casual Plaid Tunic Shirt (Plaid Red)

Casual Long Sleeve Zip up V Neck Solid Loose Tunic (Dark Grey)

Zip V Neck Floral Printed Cami Tank (Floral Black)

Row 3

Zipper Accent Blouse (Plaid White)

Loose Fitting Zip Up Deep V Neck Short Sleeve (Khaki)

Blouse Zip up Floral Top Casual Long Sleeve (Blue Floral)

Zip-up Long Sleeve Sweatershirt (Dark Grey)

Row 4

High-Low sleeveless tank (Black White Floral)

V-Neck Half Zip (Blue)

Roll Tab Sleeve Pullover Top (Navy)

V-Neck Long Sleeve Zip up Shirt Chiffon (Yellow Floral)


#Momlife #Shopping #Breastfeeding #BreastfeedingFriendly #NewMom

NOTE/DISCLAIMER: These are all products that I have or would purchase. I am an affiliate with Amazon and if you use my link to purchase a product that I recommend, I get a small commission at no cost to you 🙂

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