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#1 of 8 Old 01-23-2009, 09:50 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Maternity clothees are cute, but not modest enough for me. Last time around I bought some maternity undershirts (camisoles) That worked preety good. Only problem is they all had built in bras which I had to cut out to make them modest, and because I cut out a bra the fit was mildly uncomfortable. Does anyone know where I can find a good Maternity camisole without a built in bra??

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old navy has them and they are usually on sale for a good price.

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I have been using the maternity camis from target. they don't have a shelf bra
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oh yeah, the other thing that might work is a ribbed tank - they're pretty stretchy. The ones from old navy are thin enough to be worn as undershirts and very long - even the nonmaternity ones
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oh yeah, the other thing that might work is a ribbed tank - they're pretty stretchy. The ones from old navy are thin enough to be worn as undershirts and very long - even the nonmaternity ones
Thats what I wear. My aunt, who is a lot larger than I am, bought some ribbed tanks at Target. She gave me one, because we were in NYC this summer and it was HOT. I have been wearing it everyday lol. It is an XL I think, but it is really long, it will serve me well Im thinking until the end of the 2nd trimester. I am going to go buy some more tomorrow.

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I used ones from Gap. They had a built in bra, but it was pretty big (I was too and it kept me covered!) I also never like to have any boob showing!

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oh ya totally, go the the mens dept and buy mens tank top undershirts in TALL they are long enough to cover your belly and very very stretchy and comfy

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I live in tank tops
I wear them all the time under everything, I feel like they cover my belly and stay put better than the flouncy maternity stuff

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