|Sleeves rolled down|
|Sleeves rolled up|
Thyme Maternity recently launched in the U.S. through an exclusive partnership with Babies `R Us with decades of experience helping moms-to-be look their best in comfortable yet fashionable cloths. They offer styles that are current to the trends from casual to work and even have a complete line of nursing tops and accessories that transition with you after your baby is born. They have so many styles in denim, casual and dress pants, knit tops, blouses, dresses, tees and so much more for a complete motherhood clothing experience.
I was lucky enough to receive a very lovely Thyme Maternity Knot-Front Nursing Top for this Review. It is a beautiful dark teal, which I just love. It has a nice modest scoop neck and 3/4 sleeves. The shirt is a longer length so that it keeps everything under wraps and it has ruching on the sides to flatter your changing waistline. The front of the top has a nice twist knot in the center of the chest and the overlapping fabric hides the layer underneath with the nursing slits.
|Easy to reach your strap|
Using the top to nurse is so easy and very discreet. You can easily reach the latch on your nursing bra to unclip it thanks to the generous neck opening. Once you have moved the bra cup out of the way you can position your baby for nursing and just lift up the fabric that lays over the nursing slits and you are set to go. It is super easy and the extra fabric keeps you from exposing yourself.
Thyme Maternity carries a wonderful variety of great nursing tops in several styles. Not only do they offer great apparel for moms-to-be and but they offer expert advice, fashion and styling tips, and much more for not only during pregnancy but also during the post-pregnancy moms.
You can learn more about Thyme Maternity here: thymematernityUSA.com/ or facebook.com/thymematernityusa.
Thyme Maternity is offering one lucky reader the chance to win one of their Skincare items.
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*Rae is a contributing writer as part of the Thrifty NiftyMommy Blogger Network. You can read more from Rae (In Spanish!) on her personal blog, Pompa En Tela.*