Apr 4th 2012

Milk Nursingwear

Comparison Shopping: Spring 2012

Once again, Milk has launched a variety of spring styles with trends that cross the boundaries of nursingwear. We’re showing nursing tops and nursing dresses with shirring, crossovers, ruffles, cowls and knots – all details found throughout the collections of other non-maternity and nursingwear retailers.

Here are the results of our comparison shopping analysis and some of the trends you’ll want to capture in your own wardrobe.

*Side Shirring ~ This simple detail adorns the sides of many spring basics offering a classic and flattering look. From Milk’s Side-shirred nursing top to others found at Target, Old Navy and Garnet Hill, this top is an essential.

*Tiered Ruffles ~ Tiered ruffles have reappeared this season as a feminine and soft look that can be dressed up or down. Milk’s Tiered ruffle nursing dress is a hot style that we’ll be restocking in mid-April! Email us to be added to the waiting list…

*Knot-front Tops ~ Knot-front tops have made a grand entrance into collections across the retail markets. We’ve seen it at countless major retailers in a range of hot hues. Milk’s Contemporary knot top is an easy fit for nursing moms with front access offered in two jewel tones (red and blue).

*Cowl-neck Tops ~ They are hot! Found in sleeveless, short-sleeve and long-sleeve varieties, cowl-necks are making big waves this spring. So much so that Milk is offering two versions: Cowl-neck nursing top with ¾ sleeves and a short-sleeve version.

Find these trends and more at Milk Nursingwear, where you don’t have to compromise your sense of style to nurse your little one.