Our luxurious Radiance nightwear collection has been specifically designed to flatter and feel gorgeous both with and without a bump so you can wear MamaMoosh beyond pregnancy to enable you to get maximum wear out of them. Easy and discreet breastfeeding access, secret support and beautifully soft jersey fabric make this range highly desirable for any mum-to-be or new mum.
The short sleeve pyjamas are cut to a loose fit on the sleeve for comfort and to a length to flatter the arm with white stretch lace trim around the V shaped neckline and below the bust. This has the flattering effect of showing off your bust and highlighting the narrowest part of your torso at the same time. The soft jersey skims elegantly over a non-pregnant belly (whether wobbly or not!) and is also gently gathered to accommodate a growing bump.
The short sleeve top has clever elasticated ‘secret support’ inside which provides some support to your bust if you choose not to wear a bra at night time and enables you to wear breast pads.
For easy breastfeeding access simply pull the top edge of the neckline down. If you prefer a little more discretion you can lift up the secret support on the inside and pull down the outer edge of the neckline to expose only the nipple- perfect if you are a little self-conscious about breastfeeding in front of others (as pictured opposite in dove grey).
Made from luxuriously soft viscose rayon, these pyjamas are cool, non-sweaty and most importantly ultra comfortable. Machine washable at 30C.
The pyjama top can be worn with matching pyjama bottoms - long or short - available to purchase separately. Co-ordinating camisole tops, nightdresses and dressing gowns are also available. The collection is available in three colours – mink, dove grey and navy. Please see our sizing chart if you are unsure which size to order
MamaMoosh’s products have been tried and tested by pregnant and breastfeeding mamas.
Please note the pyjama bottoms pictured are NOT included but can be purchased separately.
Watch the video below for a demonstration of how the breastfeeding access works (or click here to view on YouTube if you are on an ipad):