Review: Styling the Bibee Tunic


Last month I shared with you my initial thoughts on Bibee maternity & nursing dresses, my favourite thing about these dresses and tunics is not only that they can be used both during and after pregnancy but how versatile they are. With Bibee you have the ability to transform one key piece into an endless array of different looks!

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I’ve absolutely loved transforming my Bibee tunic into as many different styles and outfits as I possibly can, I’ve paired it with jeans, leggings and tights, I’ve worn it with a Bibee front and without, you can take this one Tunic from day to night in a flash and its fab!


Look one – Black Tunic  + Black V-Neck Front

My favourite look so far has to be the tunic combined with the black v-neck Bibee front, this combo gives the tunic a perfect finish and looks great in the evenings when paired with coloured leggings and ankle boots.


Look two – Black Tunic  + vest

I’ve been wearing my tunic over various coloured vests throughout my pregnancy for a more casual look paired with grey skinny jeans.

The tunics and dresses don’t always require a Bibee front unless you’re wearing them for the breast feeding element of their functionality.


Look three – Black Tunic  + Geo-Print Cowl-Neck Front

Initially I wasn’t sure how the Geo Print fronts would look with the black tunic, I selected them to go with the Geometric Print Dress. However it seems with Bibee anything goes because they still look great! Adding a pop of colour to the tunic and a really nice neckline which has been lovely in the cold weather.


Look four – Black Tunic  + Geo-Print Round-Neck Front

Another of my looks is pairing the tunic with the Geo Print round neck front, it still works really well with the tunic giving a fourth alternative outfit to one garment!

I’ve been pairing my tunic with the above crochet leggings, maternity jeans and maternity leggings to take my outfits from day to night.

These dresses and tunics have been designed by a mummy with other mummies in mind and so far they tick all of the boxes. I’ve yet to come across another maternity product like the Bibee dress.

As I enter my 38th week of pregnancy I’m really looking forward to seeing how to Bibee fairs when it comes to breast feeding and sharing my views with you.

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