New Dote Nursingwear collection lands at Queen Bee

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During my pregnant state of mind, I naively imagined all wardrobe woes were going to end with the birth of my baby, only to have to then greet a breastfeeding friendly wardrobe – I only wished that back then there were these uber elegant and on trend options. Click through to reveal more of these fantastic feeding-friendly fashions!

One of Australia’s favourite stores for all things maternity and motherhood is Queen Bee and we’re ecstatic to let our Babyology readers know that they’ve just taken hold of an all new nursing wear collection that is utterly perfect for all the stylish mamas struggling to balance what they want to wear with what’s practical for feeding their babies.

Dote nursingwear

Dote Nursingwear is a Singapore-based label designing an ultra cool and modern collection, perfect for mums wanting to create a capsule wardrobe to meet their style and practical needs. More than just basics, Dote Nursingwear garments have an excellent fashionable edge making them superb for both leisure or the office.

For the upcoming warmer months, I can see many of the Dote Nursingwear dresses being on high rotation. With all able to be dressed up or worn casually, they’re sure to be the answer to many a what-do-I wear dilemma. We especially love the Noir Maxi dress, priced $139.95 and the Joan dress, priced at $119.95. All Dote Nursingwear allows for easy access for nursing with crossover bodices and concealed nursing openings. Destined to become an outfit staple, the Nicole top ($84.95) will go with just about everything – you’ll most definitely want it in both the black and cream!

Dote Nursingwear is available in sizes 10 through to 16 from Queen Bee.

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