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Elin PH Just Launched Another Timeless Collection with Tricia Gosingtian

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Elin PH’s latest collaboration with Tricia Gosingtian features classic pieces that can be worn even after pregnancy and nursing!

When it comes to breastfeeding-friendly clothes, the options found online can be quite limited. Many shops sell shirts and simple dresses that are great for home or casual wear. But what about on special occasions like our babies’ baptisms or first birthdays? That’s exactly where Elin PH’s latest collection with Tricia Gosingtian comes in.

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While their first collaboration back in 2021 included chic florals and flirty designs, this new selection elevates everyday classics. It makes dressing easy and effortlessly elegant. Each piece was thoughtfully made for the multi-faceted, modern woman.

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Elin PH x Tricia Gosingtian: Forever

Aptly called Forever, the dresses can be worn even when you’re no longer pregnant or nursing. They come in both basic and earth-toned hues. The whites or beiges can be worn at your baby’s christening while the reds and brighter colors are great for birthday celebrations. Moreover, they have subtle zippers on the sides for nursing access!


Some of our favorites include the Everyday Dress in Saddle Brown, Mama Dress in Winter White, Home Dress in Wine Red, and Walk Dress in Smokey Black. What’s great about the sleeveless designs is that you can wear even your comfiest nursing bras without worrying about the straps showing.

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Moments are fleeting but memories last forever

Moms all over can’t get enough of this beautiful, understated collection. Dressing even while pregnant or nursing has never been this fun. You can play up or dress down each design depending on your shoes and accessories. Additionally, you can create many happy memories with your little one in these pieces.

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