Win a £30 Gift Voucher to spend at Milk and Mummy

Back in July I reviewed a gorgeous nursing maxi dress from Milk & Mummy that I practically lived in over the summer.

Now the weather has changed and it is getting cooler by the day, I am on the hunt for some warmer nursing clothes and went back to Milk & Mummy to see what they had to offer.

I wasn’t disappointed and wanted to buy half the website but decided to go for the Grace top in Navy & Cream……..

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Photo by @charliemoos 

The Grace top has gorgeous crochet detailing around the neckline and has a lovely relaxed fit, so I am not worried about lumps and bumps.  The material is 92% Bamboo and 8% elastane so it is beautifully soft to the touch too.  I cannot wait to add a chunky knit over the top when the weather gets colder.

It is super discreet for nursing in too, and I didn’t feel self conscious at all whilst sat in the Kiddicare cafe, listening to Cara Sayer from Snoozeshade giving a talk all about her product and how she started whilst I was feeding Sebastian.

Kiddicare event
Milk and Mummy have very kindly offered me a £30 Gift Voucher to giveaway to one of my readers.

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    84 thoughts on “Win a £30 Gift Voucher to spend at Milk and Mummy”

    1. This would be for my friend as my baby days are over. But will never forget being told to sit away from my family because I dared to feed in a restaurant. Having to sit in a corridor was humiliating and hope times have changed.


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