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post #21 of 27
I also like the empire opening type tops-especially since lo is usually in a wrap or MT. You can also find directions online for making your own nursing tops... here's a link http://www.sleepingbaby.net/jan/Baby/shirt.html

japanese weekend nursing tops are my favorite but of course are spendy-so I hunt them down on ebay
post #22 of 27
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I'm going to be wearing this http://www.undercovermama.com/ til I'm done nursing. Love it! I've tried MANY nursing shirts, tanks (not enough support or long enough) over the last 8 1/2 yrs and this is the best
WHAT AN AWESOME PRODUCT!!

Of course, it would mean I'd have to find a nursing bra that I didn't hate, but still a really cool product. I wonder - does it work on a normal stretchy fabric bra too?
post #23 of 27
hmm, I'd been wanting to hear from someone who actually used one. Glad to hear it worked well. I'm considering buying one now.
post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by smeisnotapirate View Post
WHAT AN AWESOME PRODUCT!!

Of course, it would mean I'd have to find a nursing bra that I didn't hate, but still a really cool product. I wonder - does it work on a normal stretchy fabric bra too?
I have ALOT of bra's and I haven't found one yet that it doesn't work on, it even works with regular bras!
post #25 of 27
I haven't read through all the replies so I may be repeating others but I never cared for nursing wear. I just wear a tank top layered underneath another shirt. When I was in FL recently and it was hot I just wore the tank tops that I could easily pull down or t-shirts that I could easily pull up. If you are somewhere that you would feel too exposed using these options, bring along a light, but wide, scarf or wrap to cover up or a light hoodie that you can pull over during the nursing session.
post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by mamaw/two View Post
I'm going to be wearing this http://www.undercovermama.com/ til I'm done nursing. Love it! I've tried MANY nursing shirts, tanks (not enough support or long enough) over the last 8 1/2 yrs and this is the best
I've sooo been wanting to order two of these. But since the budget is tight, I was wondering if anyone has DIY'd their own, maybe cutting the spaghetti straps off a stretchy cami and sewing on some of those little clips? Too labor intensive?

I have two really stretchy camis from Kohls, and I just pull them down below my boob, then lift my shirt. I'd like the Undercover Mamas, but don't want DH to or or when he sees the credit card bill.
post #27 of 27

I got a few hand-me-down nursing tops with Gap Maternity/Nursing tags on them. I then did an online search and they listed some online. They are great. I haven't been able to find any anywhere else, although Target and Old Navy list them online as well, but not in stores. 

 

I think the undercover mama looks great!! 

 

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