Fashion designer solves Breastfeeding problems with new apparel
Most women, especially young Mothers, are quite uneasy at the thought of nursing their babies in public because they do not want to expose their breasts and cannot find clothes that are well-designed for breastfeeding.
It is this kind of hassle that drove Ruth Yeboah, the founder of Le Regard Apparel, to create a new line of women’s attire that provides sophisticated postpartum clothing without compromising style and comfort.
3 Unique Designs
Through Le Regard Apparel, Yeboah has launched a new collection of stylish women’s clothes that is made up of three main styles: the Emery Suit, Lucie Dress, and La Cherie Dress.
Below are a sneak peek of the designs:
The Emery Suit is a three-piece suit with a pencil skirt, pants, and an elbow-size blazer designed for the modern Mom. The buttons on it open from the shoulders to the waist, while the bodice drops at the waist to allow for easy breastfeeding. It’s perfect for corporate executives, Momtrepreneurs, and boss ladies.
The Lucie Dress has invisible zippers at the bust to allow for easy breastfeeding and pumping on the go. It is also quite flattering to a postpartum body. Yeboah says this one is for ladies who want to look and feel fabulous.
The La Cherie Dress is designed to give a modest-fitted look without compromising on class. It is also perfect for all body types, but it is not designed for breastfeeding purposes.
These three unique designs are now readily available on Kickstarter, where Yeboah hopes to raise the needed capital to manufacture clothes in bulk.