Once upon a time your go-to shoe may have a heel ranging anywhere form 2 to 6 inches and it was the most stylish shoe to come out of Paris or Milan. As a pregnant or new mum, however, comfort tends to take the driver’s seat while style sits somewhere in the back.
Here’s the good news: You do not need to sacrifice fashion for comfort. At Peachymama, we know quite a bit about keeping new breastfeeding mums feeling great while staying fashionable – by offering funky fashions which allow for discreet feeds.
Footwear is an essential element to completing any outfit we create, which is why we have compiled this quick list of what you should be looking for in footwear you will wear this summer to stay cool, comfortable, and on trend.
New mums have enough things to deal with during the day so trying to wrangle on a pair of tight shoes or tying up laces. The shoes you choose to wear should be easy to slip on without you needing to bend over (you will appreciate this a lot if you are currently pregnant or have had a c-section!). This leaves you with one of two options:
Sandals or flip flip shoes; and
Flats will likely be the more elegant choice, but do not underestimate the flip flop sandal. Visit your nearest shoe store today and you will undoubtedly be astounded by the array of cute flip flops which are at your disposal.
Whether you are pregnant or nursing, the changes in hormones cause the ligaments in our feet to suffer. This is why many women who, after being pregnant, say that their feet grew a size.
Fashion is important, but support is even more important when it comes to both current and lifelong comfort. Make sure that the shoe you choose has arch supports whenever possible. If you are choosing a runner, ankle boot or pump, try to find one which will also offer ankle support for greater comfort.
If you are currently pregnant, you may be battling with swollen feet – especially as temperatures are escalating at this time of year. When purchasing shoes, make sure that they will offer that extra room which you need now to stay comfortable, but not too much room that they will likely not fit after the pregnancy is over.
For more new mum tips, we invite you to read through other posts on the Peachymama blog http://www.peachymama.com.au/blogs/breastfeeding.
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How do our little ones go from their very first sounds to something more definite and pronounced as their first words?
Here are some ideas for you to use so that you can have a successful road trip with your baby.
So that you get an accurate measurement using our sizing chart make sure you wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust and hips. When measuring your bust it is recommended you wear your breastfeeding/nursing bra.
If you’re not sure or need some help please don’t hesitate to call us on 1300 473 224 or email us here.
(Peachymama Sizes = Australian Sizes)
XS = 8-10
S = 10-12
M = 12-14
L = 14-16