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Make a Statement in Dot Dot Dots

by ErinStieglitz on May 02, 2018

Make a Statement in Dot Dot DotsTrendy polka dot patterns are showing up on runways around the world, and here at Leading Lady we wanted to ensure new moms could experience high fashion in their nursing wardrobe too.  Leading Lady’s Shirred-Front Comfort Nursing Cami and Shirred-Front Nursing Chemise in black with white dots are the hottest and dottest styles in our limited edition holiday nursing collection.

Both the cami and chemise are made from a soft, cotton-spandex blend and feature an inner shelf bra and sling for added support.  In addition to the forgiving fabric, adjustable straps help you achieve your perfect fit as milk levels fluctuate.  Made with ultimate comfort in mind, the flattering empire waste Make a Statement in Dot Dot Dotscreates a slimming look.  The dot cami and chemise are nursing wardrobe must-haves from day one, perfect to bring to the hospital to start nurturing your baby in style right away.

The Shirred-Front Comfort Nursing Cami is ideal for day and night wear.  Pair it with your favorite yoga pants for a sassy mom-on-the-go daytime look, or wear it with your cozy pajama pants to make nighttime nursing a cinch.

This holiday season, we hope you add some fun polka-dot style to your nursing wardrobe.  Happy Holidays!

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