A few weeks ago I was offered the chance to review a Bibee Dress. I jumped at the chance as I am constantly searching for clothes to wear that make me look and feel good whilst enabling me to discreetly feed Matilda.
Much of the time I end up wearing layered normal clothes and they never look or feel quite right.
The Bibee Dress is a revelation. I am certain it is going to take the maternity and nursing wardrobes of the world by storm and I am so excited to be one of the first people to have ever had the privilege of wearing one.
The Bibee Dress has been designed by a mummy for mummies. It is a flattering and functional, versatile dress for pregnancy, nursing and beyond.
I feel fabulous when I am wearing mine! And believe me, I do not feel fabulous very often.
As well as looking great this high quality viscose jersey dress is just so easy to feed in. The main dress sits below the breast and the breasts are covered with a coordinating Bib. So for example I have a navy dress and a plain navy Bib. The Bib attaches to the dress with buttons. To feed baby you simply undo the buttons on one side to allow baby to access the breast. The Bib falls lightly over baby’s head meaning she can feed discreetly. It is great. The dress is also perfect should your clothes get milk splattered whilst out and about, as you simply carry a spare Bib in your bag and pop to the toilet for a quick change. How has no one ever thought of this before?
With the weather very definitely autumnal these days I have been glad of my Bibee-T to wear underneath my dress. I have in fact worn it underneath most of my clothes since receiving it.
The Bibee-T does not obstruct feeding but does keep your arms warm and cover up those post pregnancy bingo wings! There is something about the cut of the arms of the Bibee-T that make it really flattering to wear. I love this almost as much as the dress.
After years in design and six months in production, Bibee Dresses are launched exclusively on the 26th October 2012 at The Baby Show – Earls Court, London. And I am going to be there modelling mine!! Well, wearing it anyway.
The Bibee Dress website and social media communities are now live so you can follow all the buzz in the build up at:
www.bibeedresses.co.uk, www.twitter.com/bibeedresses,www.facebook.com/bibeedresses, www.pinterest.com/bibeedresses.