Dressing Room Diaries- Styling Your Nursing Clothes

Dressing Room Diaries- Styling Your Nursing Clothes

April 14, 2019

"Dressing room diary" blog posts are the BEST! They give you an even better idea of how the clothes will look and fit, which is super helpful. So, we thought it would be fun to style our Nursing Queen nursing clothes with different leggings, jeans and shoes!

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Alaska takes the cake for highest breastfeeding rates in the US

Alaska takes the cake for highest breastfeeding rates in the US

January 16, 2019

Breastfeeding rates are on the rise in the United States. Find out how your state ranks.

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How to know how much breast milk your baby is getting

How to know how much breast milk your baby is getting

December 18, 2018

This was the coolest thing I learned after I took the breastfeeding class at the hospital (while I was still pregnant). Weigh them before and after you feed them!

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Breastfeeding and flying

Breastfeeding and flying

November 15, 2018

Many of us will be traveling for the holidays so here are some tips and tricks to get you to your final destination.

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Sizing

All of our designs fit true-to-size with an over-sized/relaxed fit (which compensates for extra weight and a larger chest). So, don't size up. If you're between sizes, size down. If your bust is one size, waist is another, and hips are another, then choose the middle size.  Usually your dress/pant size (4/6, 8/10, etc) is the best measurement to follow.

Tanks: Our clip-down tanks are form fitting but not skin tight. If you are a size DD or smaller, order your regular size (S, M, L, etc). If you're larger than a DD, then you would wear our "full bust" size. Consider both your band size and your current size top. If you have a bra band of 40 (which is a size large), but you typically wear a size XL, size down to a large. We give extra room in the bust for the "full bust" sizes. 

Plus Sizes: We follow a standard U.S. plus chart. Our plus sizes range from 1X-3X. NOTE: Someone who considers themselves an XXL (in misses) is not a 2X (in plus). An XXL in misses is a size 1X in plus sizing. The best way for you to determine your size is to measure your band size (right under your chest), the smallest part of your waist, hips, and follow the chart. 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us! contact@nursingqueen.com 

The model below is a true XS (size 2 and 32C). Notice how much room she has in the hips. You can also see the difference between the two sizes. The small is much baggier.