Stylish Maternity & Nursing Dresses from Mothers En Vougue

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I don't think I wore a single dress while I was nursing. I had tried to not buy much in the way of maternity clothes and could get by nursing in my regular tanks, tees and button ups. But dresses? No way. The logistics of nursing in a dress - whether a simple summer dress or a more formal dress for a special occasion - just didn't seem possible. Come to think of it, I do remember some awkward moments trying to nurse at a friend's wedding, locked in a spare side room lest anyone find me with my dress unzipped and around my waist.

Lucky for you ladies, there is the dress collection at Mother En Vogue which proves you can keep your style and keep wearing dresses with the ease and comfort of a nursing top. Here are some of our favorites for every day or special occasions.

This Tulle Symphony Dress looks so comfy! I love that this maxi adds extra interest with the tiered ruffles at the hem. Nursing access is hidden under the empire waist, complete with an inner liner. (And yes, they sell that adorable matching onesie too.)

Tulle Symphony
Turtleneck dress

A cute look for fall, this Turtleneck Long-Sleeve Dress comes in three colors and is made of a blend of organic cotton and spandex. Nursing access is hidden under the empire waist.

Tyvette Tie Dress

Have a more formal event? The Tyvette Tie Dress is sophisticated and dressy while still being comfortable and allowing easy access for nursing via the hidden front zipper. Unzip at neckline to access inner cami-lining for discreet breastfeeding and extra coverage.

The more casual Weekend Shirtdress is perfect for a Saturday with the family. A matching fabric belt helps to define your midsection and the ruffle collars adds some fun and interest. When baby's hungry, simply unbutton the front buttons to reveal the inner chest lining and nursing access.

Weekend Shirt Dress

Check out the entire collection of maternity and nursing apparel at www.mothersenvogue.com

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