SPRING into the pastel pallet of a floral dress inspired by the Japanese art of flower arrangement, better known as Ikebana!
The delicate fabric will make you feel like you're floating on air and why not, those days of heavenly cosy knits can be put to the back of your wardrobe for another year.
This dress is better know as Karen's Kyoto by Alice's Pig worn by our very own in house social media editor, Alice.
Alice showcases how elegant you can look whilst breastfeeding. The Kyoto dress makes it easy to wear with your Bshirt because the dress unbuttons all the way down the front. Our model is wearing the asymmetrical dress which has a knee length hem and elbow length sleeves to take you from early to late Spring.
When Bshirt asked Alice how she felt wearing it, she said it make her feel "really comfortable and having The Bshirt really opens up my old wardrobe. I had this dress pre-baby and it's so lovely being able to wear my usual clothes again! "
When asked why she liked breastfeeding in it, she said "the button down front gives really easy access and the high / low cut at the front and back means its a really practical dress for looking after a baby in". Her other tips were, " I styled mine with a tan coloured skinny belt, just to give it my own little twist!"
"It felt pretty, it felt elegant, it felt feminine and I felt me, it was just perfect to breastfeed in!"
Wear your Kyoto dress or similar and pair with our Weiß or - coming soon!!! - our Blassrosa Bshirt.
Here's our pick of the best floral pastels for spring:
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x Philippa and Lisa and the Bshirt team