Review and Giveaway: Breastvest

Since having Arthur I have been testing out the breastvest – a fab breastfeeding top with a twist. This top sits below your nursing bra – making it quick and easy to feed your little one whilst still keeping your tummy covered up. You can wear any of your normal tops with the breastvest underneath – simply lift it up and you are ready to feed!

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I think it is really important for women to feel comfortable and confident when breastfeeding, especially in public. It can feel quite daunting having to fiddle with your clothing and keep your modesty as well as finding the right feeding position and making sure both you and baby are comfortable. The breastvest is the perfect solution to this. I have often worn mine to bed as it makes feeding so easy – just what you need at 4am! It makes a nice change from breastfeeding tops that have to be unsnapped on each side which is tricky when you have another top on over the top too. I have also enjoyed wearing mine out recently when we went for a meal with friends, and I was able to comfortably and discreetly feed Arthur.

The breastvest in action!

I think this is a great product for nursing mums everywhere, and would highly recommend it. The vest comes in black or white and in sizes X Small to X large, and you can order from their website here. You also have the chance of winning one in my giveaway! Simply enter usin by clicking the image below. Good Luck!

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Terms and Conditions: UK entrants only. Competition closes at 12am on 16/02/16. The winner will be selected at random and notified by email. If no response within 7 days another winner will be selected. Prize to be supplied by Bump PR.

*DISCLAIMER* I was sent a breastvest to review, however all words and opinions are my own.

0 thoughts on “Review and Giveaway: Breastvest

  1. I’d love to win this! Looks perfect for day and nightyme feeding. I’m having a summer baby so less layers over the boobs is another bonus! I didn’t know these existed so thanks for reviewing xx

  2. I’m still breastfeeding my daughter at 29 months and I have a breastvest. It has honestly saved my sanity as a lot of breastfeeding tops are frumpy and have room for a bump. I no longer have a bump and want to wear nice clothes so when I discovered the breastvest it was amazing. I am so happy with it but I would love another one as it is getting abit tired now.
    Jodie X

  3. This looks good, Thanks for sharing! I have had 2 and never found this as really struggled being smaller on top. I had always had to pull down rather than up. If I pulled up I found I was practically undressed so that baby could reach. I will definitely be looking into this for baby number 3.

  4. What a clever idea! It can be so fiddly to feed discreetly, especially at this time of year when you need thicker layers to keep warm! I had a poke about online for some nursing tips the other day, but they always seem to be maternity and nursing tops. I don’t want maternity tops! They’re shaped for a bump! I use normal vest tops under my clothes usually, but they get all stretched and out of shape from being yanked down to get a boob out over the top! I’d love to win one of these! x

  5. Id like to win one for my friend who is due to have a c-section on the 18th Feb. I used a breastvest whilst feeding my little one, great for covering up but also great for a Febuary born baby for a bit of extra warmth but not layering up top for feeding.

  6. Would love one of these. I am still breastfeeding my 7 month old and he likes to try and grab everything. I would love this as it would provide some cover 😀

  7. I’d like to win this for myself as we’re currently TTC our third and I’ve had such a fantastic bf’ing experience that this would be the icing on the cake!x

  8. I’d love to win this for myself. I gave birth two weeks ago and have struggled to find nursing tops i’m comfortable in or aren’t too fiddly so would love to give this one a try!

  9. I would love to win this for my daughter so she can wear it when she wants to be able to breastfeed my baby granddaughter when she is out and about.

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