Wednesday, May 23, 2012

My new favorite top from peek-a-boo!

I get {understandably} giddy when I stumble upon clothes or products that make me feel like they were made for me. When I discovered Peek-a-boo, a designer who specializes in maternity clothing with breastfeeding access, I'm sure you won't be surprised to learn that I did a little happy dance across our living room. Mike can attest to this.

More about Peek-a-boo:
The Peek-a-boo maternity and nursing collection takes into consideration the changes in a woman's body from early pregnancy through nursing. Our designs enable the mother to breastfeed without exposing herself, keeping mother-baby eye contact while still looking stylish. Our styles conceal the less-favorable tummy and back areas and our fashionable design allows a woman to continue with her daily activities without anyone suspecting she is wearing a nursing shirt. Our signature duck illustration is situated in the inside of the garment and is revealed only while breastfeeding, giving the baby something to look at and provides the mother with a little reminder where she last fed from.

Our items are made with the highest quality, hand-picked materials, meticulous handicraft and are designed to fit a woman's changing body, ensuring comfort and style.

Peek-a-boo offers a unique solution that does not exist in the market - we emphasize comfort as well as discreet nursing with style. Most importantly - our garments provide a total solution - starting from early pregnancy and throughout nursing, offering moms around the world a purse friendly solution - no need to buy maternity clothes in addition to nursing wear! 

I received the Cap Sleeve top in Navy and it has quickly become my favorite maternity shirt; I've gotten so many compliments on it already. I wear it as often as possible {by the way, please remind me to start doing laundry more often so I can wear it even more} because it is so comfortable, and it makes breastfeeding Carina really easy. The top layer lifts right up; no need for awkward holes or cut-outs. Can anyone else not stand those? There is even a cute little ducky logo on the inside of the nursing layer for Carina to poke at while she nurses.
Oh man please forgive my multi-colored hair - still need to take care of that ;)
From this week's bumpdate
I love that it makes my bump look cute (yay for side ruching!) and you can't even tell there is a separate top layer for nursing. The few friends who I have explained it to wouldn't have even known if I didn't tell them. I think the Cap Sleeve top will be a great option even after pregnancy until the post-baby bump fades away. Washing is easy; just turn inside out and machine wash cold, then dry in the shade! The top is made from Viscose/Lyrca.
Top layer lifts up for nursing
Do my photos not quite do it justice, or leave room for confusion? Check out this short video showing you how Peek-a-boo's styles work:


Some of my other favorite styles include the Angel Sleeve Top, the French Dress, and the 3/4 Sleeve Top. Check out the sale section for some great deals!

Peek-a-boo is committed to great customer service, has an easy return policy, and free worldwide shipping! My friends at Peek-a-boo are currently offering my readers 15% off of their purchase with promo code GEEKY. Also? This is on top of Peek-a-boo's multi-item discount! Buy 2 items, get 5% off, 3: 10% off, and 4 or more: 15% off!

I was not compensated for this review. I received the item free of charge for reviewing purposes. All opinions are honest, and my own.
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