Mamatotowear, meaning "motherinfant" in Swahili, is the clothing line of mompreneur, Hanna Bark. The Swedish born, mother of one started the line of bellyprints — tops that have designs that change with the growing belly and tunics while she was pregnant with daughter, Dora.
Her basic, solid colored nursing tops are the modest new mommy's answer to breastfeeding baby in public without flashing postpartum flesh. The simple cotton and Lycra garments have an overlap of fabric that allows the baby to snuggle up to eat without adjusting the top or having the threat of being exposed.
The shirts come in seven shades and cost $48. They can also be worn during pregnancy.