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Giselle Elastic Waist Nursing Dress

by Dote
(Product #14744)
Product Ratings: (16)

We do not currently have any Giselle Elastic Waist Nursing Dress available for sale

Product Description

Supersoft lightweight jersey beautifully skims your curves, making this flirty nursing dress, your go-to dress for all occasions. Undeniably sexy, with its trend-setting drop-waist silhouette, elastic waistline and shirring detail. A dress that you will have forever and no one will ever know it's a nursing dress. To nurse, pull aside oversized armholes to access vertical slit openings in the underlayer.

More Info

  • 91% Rayon, 9% Spandex
  • Made in China
  • Nursing Access: Oversized armhole
  • Approximate length from shoulder to hem: 36"


We've done all the trying-on to make this as simple as possible for you.
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Customer Reviews

This dress is simple, comfortable, perfect for day and can be dressed up for night. I'm still feeding 16 months in, and was so frustrated that most nursing dresses are also maternity dresses (which are really only needed for 3-4 months, let's face it). So to find something as simple and cool as this just for nursing is a huge relief. I'm large in the bust, so the side-access actually is a little restrictive, however the top part of the dress is elastic enough to pull down for alternative access. Also due to my bust size, the waistline is slightly higher than I would like, but I can pull it off with a belt. So there are a few downsides but not enough to outweigh how great this dress is. My one greatest wish? Pockets! Come on, people. Pockets. Us breastfeeding moms need pockets!
Reviewed by , Nursing a 16 month old
I adore this dress! I have one in black and was thrilled to see it available in grey! It is totally a style of dress I would have worn before kids and I love how it isn't low cut but I can still nurse in it.
Reviewed by , 10 months nursing
Very cute, but I had to return it as it was not dressy enough for the event I was attending. Still, very cute and would make a great casual dress.
Reviewed by
Very cute. Added a belt to give it a little more. Where this to work and am planning to wear to a wedding this weekend. No complaints.
Reviewed by , Nursing a newborn/pumping at work
Really enjoying this dress! It looks very stylish and not like a typical nursing style dress. Material is stretchy and comfortable.
Reviewed by , Nursing a newborn
I like the dress. It is comfortable and easy to nurse in. I like that it can be dressed up with jewelry and shoes or worn casually.
Reviewed by , Nursing an 11 month old
I love this dress! It is totally something I would have worn before kids and I love the ease of nursing in it. Highly recommend!
Reviewed by
The arm openings are a little tight for nursing, especially if you have a large chest. Otherwise it's a very cute dress!
Reviewed by , Nursing

About Dote

Dote was created by Dorothy, founder and designer. She has always loved creating beautiful things so making clothes that she could wear while nursing her daughter seemed like the most natural thing to do. She started out designing for women's wear label Dotted Line, so Dote was an extension of the work that she already did. She believe that clothes should be tasteful and effortless - in wearable styles that will continue to work season after season. It is with this in mind that she design for Dote.

Dorothy Loh trained in fashion design at Singapore's Raffles Design Institute. She created womenswear label Dotted Line in 2006 before launching Dote in 2008. Prior to entering the fabulous world of fashion, she spent her days in a small cubicle at a large international financial institution.