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So, does anyone have any recommendations for nursing wear? I am sorta looking around at buying some nursing wear, and I don't know anyone to look at besides motherhood and expressiva. So, any recommendations would be great. I am trying to make it as easy as possible to NIP, since I have the extra step with the nipple shield (I hate that thing....). Thank you!!
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You can also get some nice things from motherwear.com. Be careful though. I've had the experience that some of thier items look great in the catalogue, but not so much when you actually get them. Also, they seem to run a little big.

I jsut bought a dress from maternityandnursing.com. Kinda pricey though.
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I bought a few really cute tops from here: http://www.mothersmilkboutique.com/i...log&category=8
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I got a great top from jojomamanbebe - it's English though, don't know about postage...but the top is gerat as it actually has holes in it (underneath a layer) rather than those so called convenient poppers which in my experience aren't...
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I'm just using my maternity tops...

Don't have money for more clothes and the tops fit well in covering anything that needs to be covered. I wish I could wear my tops that I bought before I got pg. but they are a tad too tight for bf though.
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Originally Posted by merrick
You can also get some nice things from motherwear.com. Be careful though. I've had the experience that some of thier items look great in the catalogue, but not so much when you actually get them. Also, they seem to run a little big.

I jsut bought a dress from maternityandnursing.com. Kinda pricey though.
I echo this about motherwear. A lot of their camisoles are HUGE and I've had to alter them to make them usable. If you're on the fence about your size, go smaller.
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