Before I had Isaiah, I knew that breastfeeding was the way I wanted to go. I breastfed Abel for 12 months and even though it wasn’t the best experience, I still accomplished my 12-month goal.

Fast forward to having Isaiah, I feel more confident and less anxious. Out of the three boys, he is by far the best feeder!

I’m so thankful that we found our breastfeeding rhythm in the first couple of weeks of his life.

About Momzelle

Momzelle makes public nursing more private.

After some research and watching their episode on Dragons Den, I knew I had to share them with you.

Momzelle is a Canadian owned brand making nursing your babes easier. After using their nursing dresses Nora,Elena and their nursing tunic Molly, I’ve finally fallen in LOVE with breastfeeding.

Not only are the items from Momzelle practical and functional and tailored to meet your breastfeeding needs, you can also use them during pregnancy.

Breastfeeding with Momzelle

I just have to say, since receiving my order from Momzelle, I just love how easy, comfortable and wearable the items are. They don’t ride up, itch or pull while I breastfeed Isaiah.

I’m so looking forward to getting more items for the rest of our breastfeeding journey.

If you’re looking for some breastfeeding clothing that actually work, then Momzelle is for you!

Keep Scrolling to see how I styled my pieces!


Disclaimer: I received the items in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are solely my own. Head to my disclaimer page for more information.

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  • Diana Battung

    Love your motherhood style!

  • kristen visser

    I never heard of or shopped at momzelle with my daughters. Now I am expecting number 3 and have heard much about them. I love their style and definitely going to be looking into buying a few of their items. I love how easy they make breastfeeding! looking back at how difficult it was to feed my girls with some of the things i wore