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What are the Different Types of Nursing Access?

Updated on 1/03/2022 in Motherhood & Style

How do Nursing Clothes for Breastfeeding Work?

Nursing clothing allows you to breastfeed your baby without the need to remove your top or dress. They contain openings (often hidden) so that you can feed your baby with a minimal amount of skin exposed.

What are the Different Methods for Nursing Access?

Here we explain the different access methods that you’ll find in nursing tops and dresses.

Drop Down Snap Button Nursing Access

Drop Down Snap Button Nursing Access

Our most popular breastfeeding clothing style. This ingenious design features snap buttons on the shoulders and an inner modesty panel so there is minimal skin exposed when nursing. There are buttons on both shoulders so if you undo both this allows for tandem feeding of twins.

This award-winning snap button design is available in a wide variety of tops and dresses, pretty prints and plain colours and is exclusively available to Queen Bee.

Drop Down Snap Button Nursing Access

Shop our signature snap button nursing design

Zipper Nursing Access

Zipper Nursing Access

Zippers are extremely functional. These are most commonly found on nursing sweaters and dresses with a horizontal zip so you can unzip as much or as little as you need.

Button Nursing Access

Button Front Nursing Access

Button front tops are so very practical. Look out for styles that have an in-built modesty panel for breastfeeding in public.

Lift Up Nursing Access

Lift Up Nursing Access

These styles have a double layer over the bust which allow you to lift up the top outer layer and pull aside the inner layer. There are no hooks, buttons or clips so access to breastfeed is very easy.

Surplice Wrap Nursing Access

Surplice Wrap Nursing Access

A wrap style top or dress is a very convenient and easy way to breastfeed - simply pull aside to nurse. Many of these styles also have an inner layer for added discretion.

Side Seam Nursing Access

Side Seam Nursing Access

This is a clever and discreet way to disguise the nursing access. Here you’ll discover zips sewn into the side seams of sleeveless dresses, or zips/buttons down the sides of jumpers.

Crossover Nursing Access

Crossover Nursing Access

One of our most popular designs is the crossover dress (and top). The crisscrossed panels over the bust are extremely flattering both during pregnancy and postpartum. In a stretchy jersey fabric it’s easy to lift up a panel and pull aside the inner layer to discreetly feed your baby.

Now that you have your breastfeeding tops and dresses sorted, find out how to choose your nursing bra


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