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Wool is Better – And Here is Why!

The grey and dreary winter season is upon us. Though we have yet to experience a real snowfall, temperatures have already dropped to freezing on several occasions, and we are cold to the bone most days.

As a nursing mother, freezing temperatures can seem extra tough to overcome. Not least because frosty weather and long stroller walks are an unappealing combination, but even more so because cold winter weather can be a pain for sore breasts. The risk of mastitis increases if you have a tendency to get cold, as it clogs the milk ducts, making way for painful inflammation. For this simple reason, it is extra important to stay warm and avoid draft on exposed breasts.

There are many reasons to love wool, but one of the primary reasons is the natural fiber’s exclusive insulation properties that not only keep us warm, but also help absorb moisture and transport it away from your body. Wool is simply the best material to keep you warm and comfortable at all times, as it will make sure you never get cold and clammy – an incredibly practical feature when it comes to nursing wear such as nursing bras and nursing tops, which are often exposed to excess milk and sweat.

Milker has a wide range of woolen nursing clothes – from nursing bras and tops, to practical and stylish nursing dresses that will keep you warm and make breastfeeding easier.

See gallery below for inspiration on how to layer up in warm woolen nursing wear on cold winter days!

Black nursing top – 100% wool

Black nursing top - 100% wool

Black nursing top – 100% wool

BESS nursing top in 100 % wool with easy lift-up access. Practical and warm.
Use as an extra layer under a wool nursing dress for extra protection.

Grey nursing dress with zipper nursing opening

Grey nursing dress with zipper nursing opening

Grey nursing dress with zipper nursing opening

CHLOE wool blend breastfeeding dress is a classy and warm style with a zipper for easy breastfeeding access. Use with a breastfeeding bra underneath for extra support and comfort.

Plum nursing shirt with pockets. Made of wool/viscose knit

Plum nursing shirt with pockets. Made of wool/viscose knit

Plum nursing shirt with pockets. Made of wool/viscose knit

Plum nursing shirt with pockets. Made of wool/viscose knit

Plum nursing shirt with pockets. Made of wool/viscose knit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
LING wool nursing top with lift up access. High neck for extra warmth.

High-necked green nursing dress in cable knit

High-necked green nursing dress in cable knit

High-necked green nursing dress in cable knit

High-necked green nursing dress in cable knit

High-necked green nursing dress in cable knit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

High neck breastfeeding dress in a warm wool blend. Layer up with a wool nursing top underneath for extra cold days.

Black WOOL Maternity tights

Black WOOL Maternity tights

Black WOOL Maternity tights

Black WOOL Maternity tights

Black WOOL Maternity tights

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soft wool tights. Wear under a wool breastfeeding dress, or under pants as an extra layer.

2 colour nursing pullover in green wool

2 colour nursing pullover in green wool

2 colour nursing pullover in green wool

2 colour nursing pullover in green wool

2 colour nursing pullover in green wool

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wool breastfeeding top with easy lift-up breastfeeding access.

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