Mia Dress - Mulberry

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Oh Mia, you've been on my mind for so long! Since my first ever beach trip with my babe way back in 2014, when I yearned for a simple summer dress I could throw on over swimmers but still be able to breastfeed in quick-smart. You'd think a simple button down babydoll dress would be easy to find, but alas it's no doubt why you're here cheering at the sight of such a rare beauty!

And what better way to introduce Mia than in the most delicious, linen-blend fabric in a bold Spring colour! Expect to see this style in SO many new fabrics over the warmer months.

  • Mulberry colour
  • The softest textured linen-blend fabric - all the benefits of linen without the ironing!
  • Button down front for easy feeding access
  • Babydoll style is flattering on the mum tum (and bum!)
  • Pockets for the win!
  • 70% Viscose 30% Linen outer
  • 100% cotton skirt lining
  • No stretch


SIZING:

  • Measure your bust and check the sizing chart for the best fit!
  • Lauren wears a size 6, is 169cm tall and B-cup bust (86cm)
  • Kirsty wears a size 6, is 165cm tall and C-cup bust (86cm)
  • Rachael wears a size 12, is 165cm tall and E-cup bust 
  • Sizing is true for the style (loose fitting babydoll). Stick to your regular size or you can size up if you prefer a little more 'swing' in your dress :)

     

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    Buying clothes online can be tricky business, especially when you've just had a baby and your body has changed drastically. I've been there and can totally relate!

    We try to offer as much advice on sizing and fit on every product listing, as each style is different and designed to fit a certain way. We're also providing our models detailed bust, waist and hip measurements to help you choose the right size for you. 

    The Moolk collection is designed specifically for postpartum mums and for this reason alone, we've made our sizing on the 'generous' side for 2 reasons:

    1. Because nobody has time for tight fitting anything! A little room to move over the 3 B's (boobs, booty, belly) is much better than a not enough.
    2. Because no mama needs their clothes telling them they're 2 sizes bigger than they used to be, even though they're not really, because clothes seem to be shrinking in size these days.


    As we're now designing and manufacturing all pieces here at Moolk HQ, we now have more control over sizing and consistency across the board - yay! So below is an updated general sizing chart for your quick reference. You'll find your measurements land smack bang in the middle of 2 sizes #annoying! But please keep in mind measurements act as a guide only. I highly recommend you read the sizing tips on each product listing, as they're more detailed and reflect the individual design and fit of the garment and will often say "if you're in between sizes, we recommend sizing up/down for this style".

    Womens
    Clothing Size
    To fit bust
    (cm)
    To fit waist
    (cm)
    To fit hips
    (cm)
    6 84 67 89
    8 89 72 94
    10 94 77 99
    12 99 82 104
    14 104 87 109
    16 109 92 114