Nursing Tuesday: Modal Split Design Nursing Top

I had not heard of this brand, but this looks like an interesting sort of swingy, easy nursing top. I’d probably wear it more for travel, like a flight when you know you’re going to be nursing, but it’s also a flattering top to wear to work or beyond. It’s very affordable, and it’s available at Amazon with Prime and free returns. Smallshow Modal Split Design Nursing Top

Psst: Looking for more info about nursing clothes for working moms, or tips for pumping at the office? We’ve got them both…

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Pumping Tuesday: Skipper Collar 3/4 Sleeve Blouse

unicorn post-partum work shirtHappy Tuesday! I was intrigued to see a reader give a shoutout to this VERY affordable blouse as “my unicorn post-partum work shirt” in a recent comment — as she noted:

It has everything – flowy in the torso, lose enough that you can lift it to pump, dark colors, wears like iron, works with pants/skirts/suits. It looks fine straight from the dryer, and if you have a steamer you can make it look even better. And it’s on sale!

Indeed it is — there are three colors left in sizes XXS-XXL for $14.90 (originally $29.90). NICE.  Rayon Skipper Collar 3/4 Sleeve Blouse

Readers, did you have a “unicorn post-partum work shirt”? What were you looking for in one — and did you find it? 

Psst: Looking for more info about nursing clothes for working moms, or tips for pumping at the office? We’ve got them both…

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Maternity Monday: Megan Maternity Nursing Top

Happy Monday! I love this sophisticated top from Lilac Maternity, as well as all three prints it comes in right now — it looks flattering but comfortable, and wearable from work to the weekend.  It’s also a nursing top, huzzah! It’s $66 at Nordstrom. (There are also some longer-sleeved solid versions that were $88 but are now marked to $61.)   Megan Maternity/Nursing Top

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Building a maternity wardrobe for work? Check out our page with more suggestions along both classic and trendy/seasonal lines.

Nursing Tuesday: Ruffles Cascade Maternity/Nursing Top

Happy Tuesday! Ruffles aren’t usually my thing, but I like the ruffle effect here on this maternity/nursing top — the ruffles look artful without looking frou-frou.  The sedate gray color makes a difference — ruffles are always a different story when pink is involved — but here it works.  The top is $67, available at Nordstrom (also in a longer-sleeved black version and a red dress version) in sizes XS-L.  Ruffles Cascade Maternity/Nursing Top

Psst: Looking for more info about nursing clothes for working moms, or tips for pumping at the office? We’ve got them both…

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All Our Best Nursing & Pumping Advice

nursing and pumping advice for working momsAs you know, after the recent survey we decided to mix up the morning post schedule a bit. Now it’s basically a two-week schedule, with Maternity Monday alternating with Nursing/Pumping Tuesday. We already have a little sentence with links that we run on Maternity Mondays to direct pregnant readers to older “dressing professional while pregnant” advice — and since nursing/pumping posts will be only once every two weeks, I decided to direct readers to all our best nursing and pumping advice for working moms. So: I spent yesterday morning consolidating all the links and making two pages, one focused on Nursing Clothes for Working Moms, and one focused on Tips for Pumping at the Office. Please check them out! (Both pages are also linked on our “Start Here – Best of CorporetteMoms” page.)

For discussion today: Is there any aspect of these topics (nursing or pumping, or breastfeeding vs. formula feeding in general) that you’d like addressed in more detail, or updated? (Readers who formula-fed their babies exclusively or combined breastfeeding and formula-feeding: anyone care to write a guest post with tips?) I know readers have shared tips on pumping in your car — should we turn that into a post so it’s easier to find? (I think one reader in particular broke it down, and we don’t have an email address for her — if you’re reading, MAY we turn your advice on pumping in the car into a post?)

If you’re curious for the whole new CorporetteMoms morning post schedule, this is what we’re going to try for a while:

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Nursing Tuesday: Cowl Neck Short Sleeve Nursing Top

I haven’t heard of the brand Nurture-Elle before, and although some of their pictures are kind of bizarre (at least at Nordstrom), this one looks like a good top. I like that there’s a strip of fabric at the top that you can push up as well as pull down so it leaves you less exposed. It seems like a nice top for pregnancy as well as nursing, and it’s made from stretch jersey and is machine washable. It’s $49 at Nordstrom in XS-XXL. Cowl Neck Short Sleeve Nursing Top

Psst: Looking for more info about nursing clothes for working moms, or tips for pumping at the office? We’ve got them both…

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