A few months ago I was absolutely thrilled to get the opportunity to work with Babes and Babies I had come across Babes with Babies website towards my last pregnancy and was so disappointed I hadn’t discovered them sooner. So when I discovered I was expecting this time I had a look to see if I could find them on both facebook and Twitter and started following them on both.
I was very kindly sent the gorgeous Georgia Grace Maternity and Breastfeeding Top in Dark Orchard to review. Right from when the parcel arrived I felt think I had been sent something special. The top was packaged beautifully in tissue paper with scent and then placed inside a cardboard box which was then tied with a bow. The attention to detail was lovely and made me feel like I was been treated as if I was special, if you know what I mean. Once I opened the package up and took the top out I couldn’t wait to put it on.
I ran upstairs to get dressed (as the parcel had arrived in the morning post) and put the top on. I was about 19 weeks pregnant when I received the top and already had a bit of a bump. The Georgia Grace top fitted perfectly. It has a very flattering cut with three quarter length sleeves and a lovely V shaped neckline. The material is both flattering and forgiving. The bottom of the top has plenty of material which allows the top to be worn throughout your pregnancy and then beyond without the top loosing its shape. Additionally you can wear this gorgeous top while breastfeeding thanks to its clever and discreet double layer. It also means you can easily feed baby without a revealing too much and b without having to fiddle with zips and clips. This is an extremely practical top.
Since receiving the top at about 19 weeks it has become a staple of my maternity wardrobe this time around. It has been the only one of my maternity tops that I have been able to wear throughout the pregnancy and has adapted to my ever growing bump fantastically. I have worn it with jeans, skirts and trousers making it a very versatile top indeed. It has washed well and kept its shape throughout. It is recommended that you dry the top by laying flat and not ironing. I have lightly pressed the top on a few occasions but have followed the instructions and dried flat without the need to iron afterwards. The Georgia Grace top is very comfortable to wear and unlike some of my other maternity tops I have not felt restricted when wearing it. I’m looking forward to being able to continue wearing the top while breastfeeding. The Georgia Grace Maternity and Breastfeeding top costs £69.00 which while may sound a lot is actually I think its fantastic value for money considering you can wear it throughout pregnancy and beyond. The Georgia Grace maternity and breastfeeding top is also available in Black and both colours are available in five sizes from XS too XL. If you would like further information or to buy one for yourself please visit Babes with Babies
If you have the chance to have a look at their website I would thoroughly encourage you to do so. They have a range of gorgeous yet practical maternity wear and breastfeeding clothes. They also have some gorgeous baby gifts and new mum gifts. Along with gift vouchers, a great idea if for all new mums. It’s also worth keeping an eye out for their sale as they have some great discounts and offers. I wish I had come across Babes with Babies in my last pregnancy as well and certainly intend to use them again when looking for breastfeeding clothes as it is difficult to find both flattering and practical breastfeeding clothes.
Babes with Babies London was founded because “we believe that pregnant women and new mothers deserve a touch of luxury; that this new phase of your life should be filled with enough moments of gorgeousness to get you through the stresses, strains and the sleepless nights.” (taken from the about us section of Babes with Babies website).