Leaky Boob Looks With Ameda- Boob Out Fashion for Breastfeeding Moms

by Kileah McIlvain
this post made possible by the generous sponsorship of Ameda.

Welcome to our all NEW feature:   Leaky Boob Looks

Every Wednesday, we will be featuring awesome fashions for the Leaky mom. YOU!

 Real life. Real options. Options that work for your lifestyle. 

Because you’ve got to be able to get a boob out.

I don’t know about you, but I love feeling put together without feeling like I have to use all of my remaining brain cells to pull it all together.  Why not share the awesome?

So-we’re here to share some of our ideas with you!

Moms who work, moms at home, moms on the go. Moms in between, moms rocking their awesome.

YOU!

Stuck? Want to break out of the mold and try something new that can help you rock your awesome? Here are some looks we’ve created just for YOU featuring some of our favorite products to inspire YOU to rock your own Leaky Looks!

 

Leaky Looks 1: Retro Mama

 

Ameda nursing tank, Eat@Moms shirt, Tom's High Heel Shoes, Vintage Honey Nursing Necklace, Luv My Bag

 

 

Leaky Looks 2: Babywearing Mom On The Go

On the Go Mom babywearing breastfeeding fashion, Annee Matthews keyhole tunic breastfeeding top, Ergo 360, Jujubee diaper bag

Leaky Looks 3: From Office to Mom’s Night Out

Working mom date night breastfeeding babywearing friendly fashion Sakura Bloom ring sling, Luv My Bag, Vintage Honey nursing necklace, The Dairy Fairy Arden nursing and pumping bra

Leaky Looks 1: Retro Mama 

This look features Ameda’s retro-themed crew neck t-shirt and nursing tank!  The greatest feature of this look? That the Ameda nursing tank makes ANY shirt (even a “non-nursing” shirt) breastfeeding-friendly! Pair this with a nursing/teething necklace from The Vintage Honey Shop and the Skooch Urban Messenger diaper bag from Luv My Bag (maybe even a pinup bandana!), pair it all with your favorite jeans (maternity jeans are the best!), and you’ve got yourself some serious rockabilly cute going on that will still let you chase after your toddler.

Leaky Looks 2: Babywearing Mom On The Go

This lightly-layered Leaky Look features the Keyhole Tunic from A Mother’s Boutique, the Ju-Ju-Be Be All diaper bag from Luv My Bag (major bag envy going on over here), and the Four Position 360° from Ergobaby.  The Keyhole Tunic is fantastic (and so kind!) for the post-birth mom and the extra-long bodice with hugging bottom panel lays so well over leggings or skinny jeans (or your maternity trousers!). For a review of this piece,  read here. The Ergo 360° is easily versatile with 4 positions to carry your little squish and easily adjusts to nurse or feed while out and about.  And. The diaper bag, you guys. sighs of bag love We paired a thin patterned scarf, a light cardigan for unpredictable spring weather, and a chic black ballet flat to complete the look. Easy, comfy, fabulous!

Leaky Looks 3: From Office to Mom’s Night Out

We created this classy set to highlight how easy it can be to pump in style while at the office or out on the town! We paired a gorgeous chambray shirtdress (buttons are magic!) with the all-in-one and handsfree-pumping Arden Bra from The Dairy Fairy.  We found the Halsea Weekend Bag (that can hold ALL OF THE THINGS, including your pump gear!) from Luv My Bag, added some edgy leather moto leggings, and comfortable red hot pointed flats. A look you can easily transition  from office to night out in effortless and comfortable style.

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We’d love to feature YOUR leaky fashion on Leaky Boob Looks!

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Get started on today’s Leaky Looks by winning this bundle from Ameda:

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Bra/Cami: $29.99

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Cool’N Carry: $29.99

HydroGels: $16.99

Hand Pump: $46.99

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  1. Jessica O says:

    I like look #1! I am very simple, jeans and t-shirt type of girl and comfort and ease is most important!

  2. Veronica Bohan says:

    Look 2. Comfort and boon access are important to me

  3. I love the Retro Mama look! It’s important for me to look and feel fashionable while still being able to easily feed my little guy.

  4. Anna Groeger says:

    I wold probably rock style #2, especially the ergo 🙂

  5. Lisa Fox says:

    Any of those looks, although #1 or #2 would be my preference. My normal look is jeans and a Tshirt (v-neck or stretchy-type neck). So, more #1.

  6. I love the third look! Shirtdresses have been a wardrobe essential lately!

  7. lauretta says:

    I would wear a little if each look!

  8. Chelsea Arbri says:

    I adore look 2. Comfort is totally important, but I’d like to look cute too!

  9. I love the 2nd and 3rd. I don’t really wear tshirts because I prefer not to have a top to lift. I really like stretchy necks or v necks.

  10. Mallory wright says:

    I look for comfort and convenience!

  11. Heather says:

    I would wear both of the first 2 looks. I’m a jeans kind of girl! I do like to look like I did put some effort into my look though!

  12. Laura V says:

    I wear my son a lot, so accessibility is key. I love look #2, but buying nursing bras is generally catastrophic fir me. Even after careful measuring. 🙁

  13. Jessica Purdy says:

    I am definitely the Baby wearing Mom on The Go. It is a wonderful outfit that can work dressed up or down. Thank you for doing this!

  14. Kim Simpson says:

    I’d probably wear any of these looks at different times, though leggings are so not my thing. I love the tops in each look, though. It’s really important to me to have coverage of my belly as well as my upper chest when breastfeeding. I feel too exposed otherwise and I get chilled.

  15. Look #1 because it’s my total every day style 🙂

  16. look #3 is for me. Easy access is most important

  17. Melodie says:

    I have to go with look #1 because I just love the t-shirt! Cracks me up completely! I am proud to say that I am far more comfortable nursing in public with my second than I was with my first. I am guilty of sitting in a bathroom stall because I just couldn’t figure anything else out. Not this time! I am not running around town topless by any means but when my babe needs to eat, well, she needs to eat! Everyone else can just deal with it!

  18. I love them all. Comfort and easy assess is most important for me, so often my “style” is….lacking. I’d love something stylish and nursing friendly in my wardrobe!

  19. MyChau Brikshavana says:

    I love look #2 because I am always on the go with my 2 babies under 2. I love the top for easy breastfeeding access! I’m always on the market for cute nursing tops!

  20. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I would wear #2: Babywearing Mom On The Go. Comfort (and easy boob access for breastfeeding) is definitely the most important thing for me since I have a 2 week old and I also have to chase around my 3 & 5 year old!

  21. I’m more of a style #1 type of girl, but I’d love to try #3

  22. love look #3! I’m 10 weeks pp and ready to dress up a little!

  23. Erin B. says:

    I like look 3. I look for clothes that are stylish yet still conducive to nursing!

  24. Love it! I have been trying to find my comfy cool hip mama look since having my most recent baby! My older two are 6 & 4 so it seems I have forgotten how to put together cute nursing-friendly outfits. This is just the inspiration I need! Thanks for the chance to win

  25. Candice K says:

    I like look #2. Cute and comfortable!

  26. Lauralee W says:

    Look 2, a little more work appropriate but still comfy looking

  27. jessica r says:

    Loving look 3! I would love the ring sling and dairy fairy bra 🙂

  28. #2 is definitely my style! Thanks for this post, I don’t like a lot of fuss with clothing in order to breastfeed & would like more options. I’ll bechecking out some of these links! And I LOVE my Jujube bag 🙂

  29. I wish I could say I’d rock #2 or #3, but really it would be #1.
    I’m a stay at home mom of 3, so it’s important for me to be comfortable and the milk to be accesible!

  30. Ashley N says:

    I’m a babywearing mama on the go who values comfort along with style!

  31. I absolutely love the “from office to mom’s night out look.” Casual, but also super cute and functional.

  32. I love that Chambray dress – how darling and it would be super for summer. I’m also very interested in the keyhole tunic – thanks for sharing those!

  33. I probably could rock all the styles. It is all about function for me, but I haven’t worn jeans in forever mostly because I haven’t found ones that fit my post-partum bod, and since it fluctuates so much I won’t drop the cash on them to live in a drawer. Really there is something in each one that fits my style.

  34. Loving look #2!! Jeans and a pretty top–it’s important to feel pretty; and still have easy assess for nursing.

  35. Look #1. I only wear modest clothing, but for breastfeeding I also need something that is easy to accommodate nursing.

  36. Cassie V says:

    I like look #2 but #3 is super cute too. The most important things about my breastfeeding style are comfort and access.

  37. Look 1. I’m much more comfortable nursing when I’m comfortable.

  38. Tracy Gordon says:

    I would wear look #2. Cute and functional.

  39. Sara L. says:

    I would probably wear the retro mama look, just because it looks comfy while being stylish!

  40. Sarah P says:

    I like look #2. It’s simple and practical, which is what I go for!

  41. Melissa Burkhalter says:

    I would wear any of these looks! Especially the baby wearing Mom on the go! That is exactly what I am with 3 kids 6 and 4 and a 1 year old. It is a must to baby wear when I am out and about! It is important to me to be able to easily nurse my 1 year old so my outfits must have easy access yet help keep things covered because baby girl will not nurse under a blanket and she will pull it off quickly to see what everyone else is doing!

  42. Meghan M says:

    I like the look of #3, but I would prefer the Ergo to the sling for comfort & convenience.

  43. Peaches Elizabeth McDaniel says:

    Look # 2! I love being Comfy!

  44. I like retro mom. I mostly look for ease of use. The faster I can get the boob out , the better

  45. #2 would be my go-to. I need to be functional, comfortable, and fashionable is always a plus. Accessibility is ideal, the less difficult to get to the boobs, the better 🙂

  46. #2 for style, comfort and convenience

  47. Brittani hamilton says:

    I would love to win this!! Amazing

  48. Morgan Daily says:

    Always looking for better ways to breastfeed than sweatpants and tank tops! Thanks for the insporation!

  49. Amy Hegwood says:

    I would wear all of these!! What’s important to me right now (4 weeks pp with #3) is easy to wear, forgiving and flattering. I still want to feel pretty even though I need my clothes to function.

  50. I’d go with the clothes of Look 1 except non-ripped jeans, with the carrier of Look 2 and shoes of Look 3. I’m very casual, jeans or a maxi skirt, t-shirt and ugly supportive shoes for feet problems. Everything I pick has to be very practical, easy to wear and easy to wash.

  51. Elizabeth Gee says:

    I am all about comfort and keeping my tummy covered.

  52. Sherry Blamer says:

    I like look number 3. Its what I look for when it comes to style.

  53. Megan Sanchez says:

    I’m loving the Retro Mama look! That Vintatage Honey Shop necklace is gorgeous! Love the t-shirt paired with the shoes and jeans. Add a red banana in your hair and you are ready for anything!

  54. Kari Barone says:

    I like Leaky Looks 2: Babywearing Mom On The Go. I love baby wearing and prefer easy access.I don’t want to stretch my nonbreastfeeding tops out, nor do I like to pull my shirt up.

  55. Emily Johnson says:

    I love all three looks! I try to be as chic as possible but still have easy access to the goods for my toddler. Over the past 1.5 years, I’ve found it is challenging to find cute nursing tops so it’s nice to see Ameda focusing on breastfeeding mom’s fashion!! 🙂

  56. Karmella says:

    I have not really left my house yet, but soon I am going to have to start thinking about good outfits for nursing. I am not a terribly fashionable person, so I need all the help I can get. I love the Babywewring Momma look. My little love loves being attached to me as much as possible. Plus that top is adorable!!

  57. Jessica Featherstone says:

    I love the mom on the go look. Keyhole necklines are super cute! Great feature.

  58. i love look #2!!

  59. Outfit #2 But I love parts of all 3

  60. Look two or three i could see my self wearing. They look comfy

  61. Michelle says:

    The Mom-on-the-Go outfit seems perfect to me! I find that stylish comfort and modesty, while still having easy access to the milkies, are really the most important thing to me.

  62. Elizabeth says:

    Look #3! I love adding a pop of color– I feel like my nursing wardrobe can get pretty boring, but adding colorful accessories like shoes, jewelry or a scarf makes it look like a whole new outfit (even if I wear the same maternity jeans & nursing tank top 3 days in a row…)

  63. I dig #2, but I’m going to be honest. I live in jeans, and hoodies. Style really comes last these days.

  64. twifenmom says:

    I’m a retro girl all the way! But I could totally see myself pulling off the 2nd look too with the exception of the carrier. I’d take the sling instead.

  65. Carly D. says:

    I love the 3rd look! I love that you can wear it to work or out to dinner. It looks comfy too.

  66. Look number 1 is my favorite. Love it! 🙂

  67. Molly B. says:

    I like all of these! What I would usually wear would be somewhere between the retro look and the mom on the go.

  68. I’m torn. I kind of love them all! I’m all about clothes that I can nurse comfortably in without showing my belly, and that I can play with my girls in.

  69. Mary Woe says:

    Love #2! I look for and love tops that are easy to nurse discreetly in public with and cover the perma-baby bump. (Because after 3 kids it’s not going away anytime soon!!)

  70. I love look #3. Dressy, but not overly done. It doesn’t scream “I’m a nursing mom!” It says “I am woman, hear me roar!” And isn’t that what every nursing mom wants to feel like? Like a “regular” woman again? I love and am empowered by nursing and nourishing my babies, but damn, my wardrobe has gotten stale lol

  71. Christina Vidra says:

    I absolutely love look Number two. I didn’t know that breastfeeding shirts we’re actually cute. This outfit is very fashionable and laid back all at the same time!

  72. Sheridan says:

    Function is the most important thing to me

  73. Amanda Tillman says:

    I guess I am more of the first look but I would really like to be look 3. It is important to have something that I can pump in easily and a bag big enough to hold pump parts and daughters feeding/medical supplies

  74. I’m a “Baby Wearing Mom On the Go” sort of mom. That look works for home, office, and beyond.

  75. Joy sutter says:

    Live these pairings. the the wedge toms

  76. Such a great giveaway! I love TLB ❤️❤️ The lillebaby is my favorite!!!

  77. FTM to a sweet 6 week old baby boy! This package would make this new and exciting adventure even more so!

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