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besides Motherwear and ebay?
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Check this out: http://www.kjsl.com/~beanmom/nursing.html

This site has dozens of links to retailers.

Edited to add that I didn't really answer your question! I've gotten most of my nursing clothes from Motherwear, but one other place I've had good luck with is Mommy Gear. (See url above for their web site.)
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www.milkface.com

www.onehipmama.com

There's also expressivica but I always spell it wrong. they usually have a nice variety.
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I found that the maternity stores in my area also carried a line of inexpensive (albeit it cheaply made) nursingwear. I can't remember the name of the stores, but it was two large chains which are owned by the same company.
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I found that the maternity stores in my area also carried a line of inexpensive (albeit it cheaply made) nursingwear. I can't remember the name of the stores, but it was two large chains which are owned by the same company.
could that be motherhood , maybe? I know that the one here carries nursing clothes(at least a small collection)

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Yep- you got it Motherhood and the other one that is owned by the same company.
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There is also the option of sewing up a few. Check out www.elizabethlee.com Each of the patterns is marked for difficulty (i.e. very easy, easy, etc...). She has a great new pattern called the "Mothercover" that goes with regular clothing.
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I love motherwear.

I think they're awesome. Plus, if you sign up for their email notification, they're always having sales on the last season's line.

I had NO luck w/Motherhood. Found it to gap and not wear well. JMHO!

Here's info from the latest special:
Motherwear
320 Riverside Drive, Suite C
Florence, Massachusetts, 01062 USA

phone 800-950-2500 or 413-586-3488
email customerservice@motherwear.com
website www.motherwear.com


It's easy to save $5 on your next order! Simply type Mother's Day $5 in the special instruction box during checkout at motherwear.com, or tell the Customer Service Representative when you call. Your $5 savings will be reflected on the invoice when you receive your order. If you prefer to order by phone, call us at 800-950-2500 or 413-586-3488, Monday through Friday 9 AM to 10 PM Eastern time and Saturday 9 AM to 5 PM Eastern time. One time use only, may be combined with other offers, expires June 10, 2002, and is not retroactive.

Well, darn it, I just realized you did NOT want Motherwear info, but can't delete my post!: WHOOPS!
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does anyone know where to buy a nursing dress NOT ONLINE? i don't have a credit card. and i hate the idea of ordering clothes i can't try on. i really want a nursing dress for the summer. any place in northern cali?
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