Wardrobe Wednesday | Breastmates Waterfall Drape Cardi
Cardigan : Breastmates
T-Shirt : My fave AS Colour Custom Mali Pocket Tee
Jeans : Levis Demi Curve
Watch : Marc by Marc Jacobs
Belt : Old Navy
Shoes : Sperry Bahama Sparkle Suede
Earrings & Necklace : Gifts from Dave’s India Trip
Next Thursday I will have been breastfeeding for a year! So stoked about that, I’m totally crossing my fingers that Nixon will keep going at least until August when his pull-through operation will take place as it will help comfort him so much to be able to breastfeed when he is in pain and just wants to be held. Ethan spontaneously quit around this time, but thankfully Nix shows no signs of dropping feeds, though he can easily go without if I’m not around.
Full term breastfeeding means I am still quite conscious of what I’m wearing and how easy it is to feed Nixon in a given outfit. At this time of year layering is essential and a versatile cardi is a key piece that every Mama should have in her wardrobe arsenal. The Breastmates Waterfall Drape Cardi ticks all the boxes and more for me.
The super soft Modal/Spandex blend was thicker and warmer than I had expected, with the added benefit of being the MOST comfy thing to wear ever! The asymmetric hemline is so on trend, but unlike other cardigans I have seen in this cut, the back is the perfect butt-covering length. The waterfall drape is a perfect, built-in nursing cover. Nixon is too huge and too old to enjoy being covered up while feeding but this would be such a lovely addition to a new Mum’s wardrobe or any Mum with a younger baby who prefers a bit of privacy when nursing – without the added hassle of a separate wrap or cover.
This is a really, lovely, quality addition to my wardrobe and is something that I will continue to wear long after my breastfeeding days are done :::::sob:::::.
I saved the best for last. The price. $39.90. I would pay twice the price for this. No joke.
Available online now from www.breastmates.co.nz
The cardigan was provided free for editorial consideration, but the opinions expressed are my own.