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Pumping in Work Wear-How You Can Make it Work!


If you’re a working mom, my hat goes off to you! A fellow working mommy myself; I can tell you first hand that the first few months back after a baby can be tricky! Pumping at work will be a must, but remaining dressed stylishly and professionally is also a top priority. Can you make this work? Absolutely! Here are some items and options to consider; easing you back into your work week.

Button Down Blouse

I have a love/hate relationship with button down blouses. I can’t think of anything more work-appropriate or functional for nursing at work. However, I often had problems with my buttons popping open and I really disliked the added layer of an undershirt. So, I found the next best thing. Select a top that has a few buttons around the bust, but a design that falls into a flattering empire style waist. You have easy access, you look perfect for work meetings, but you always feel comfortable and don’t have any embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions!

If you’re a working mom, my hat goes off to you! A fellow working mommy myself; I can tell you first hand that the first few months back after a baby can be tricky! Pumping at work will be a must, but remaining dressed stylishly and professionally is also a top priority. Can you make this work? Absolutely! Here are some items and options to consider; easing you back into your work week.

Supportive Bra

A nursing bra is needed to not only allow you to pump, but combat any leaks that occur (especially around your co-workers). The more supportive, the more confident and comfortable you will be when you get back to the daily grind.  

Layers

I don’t know about you, but I wasn’t willing to splurge on a new work wardrobe when I had perfect pretty maternity/nursing shirts from the summer that I could wear upon my fall return. In fact, I found that sleeveless and lighter fabric tops were easier for me to pump with; so all I did to accommodate their lack of sleeves and material was add a fitted blazer or cropped cardigan.

 

 

 



 

 

 

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