from Mamascarf
RRP  £17.99

by motherandbaby |
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The Original Breastfeeding Scarf by Mamascarf is practical, comfortable and fashionable. It folds compactly and is easy to carry around on days out. The scarf is made with breathable fabric and offers mums privacy when breastfeeding in public. It’s great for use all year round – indoors, outdoors, anywhere – and is quick and simple to put on. The material wraps softly around baby and allows for eye contact – a thoughtful design feature.

If you’re self-conscious about your post preggy belly, it’s best to use the scarf in conjunction with a breastfeeding vest as the scarf provides discretion only for the breast area. The colour range is limited to pastels and the scarf is expensive for what is, essentially, a piece of cloth; something that you could make on your own. The product is great quality but does nothing a 'normal' scarf couldn’t do.

Product Information

  • 100% cotton and machine washable at 30 degrees.

  • One size fits all, suitable for any age baby.

  • Easy to use and stylish.

  • See your baby and maintain eye contact.

  • Less distraction for your baby.

  • Hidden pocket to store your breastpad.

  • Hides your post pregnancy tummy.

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