Pros- pockets are nice but not too bulky to change the way the dress lays, has excellent nursing access, The zipper by the buttons is great but the cute buttons (faux access) give it a nice look. It took a long time to find a dress that seemed to not look like a nightgown but also not like something for a fancy wedding. True nursing access rather than “nursing friendly” where you just pull it open like a wrap dress exposing your whole shoulder as well. The length is also nice. It’s a little funky shape, but more modest than a high low. Also it seems like you could wear this dress beyond breastfeeding. It is forgiving in terms of size and helps make wearing a dress more flattering after having a baby - like right after before the uterus settles back down into the pelvis. Also the drawstring is subtle and nice that it is sewn in all the way around the dress so it doesn’t bunch in one spot. This is very nice. I like the colors as well. Soft and fun without looking like your grandmas moo-moo.
Cons - it is very thin - very. Like completely see through. You can see right through to the nursing liner and see the definite undergarment being worn as well as your exact shape. I was not happy about paying the price of the dress and having to come up with a slip that would work for nursing as well for the particular event I needed to attend. For around the house it would be ok, but too spendy for a house dress. Also I measured myself carefully to pick the size and it was way too big. The bust was enormous and the dress baggy to where when I hold my baby it pulls everything down, so I had to constantly make sure my cleavage was not overboard exposed... like when you are regulating milk supply and they are huge type cleavage. Nobody wants to see that. So it is nice to have to extra room in the dress but it was too much. I think it’s easy to forget when creating the perfect breastfeeding access dress to remember how much we hold a baby and it’s nice it the dress doesn’t move too much and need adjusted every minute while holding and burping a baby.