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Unfortunately, dh's great-aunt passed away and the funeral is Monday. Not enough time to order a dress to wear. Yes, it has to be a skirt/dress and dh's family is very conservative so my v-neck one won't work. Where can I buy one today or tomorrow that will be inconspicuous, yet allow easy and fast (ds inherited my patience lol!). We live in the Chicago burbs, so we're near Oak Brook Mall as well as a couple of others. Oh, and I'm a 14/16, so most trendy little things don't fit.<br><br>
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How about Motherhood maternity or somewhere like that, get a black or dark colored nursing twin set and wear it with a skirt? Call around first to see if they have what you need.<br><br>
I'm sorry for your loss.<br><br>
ETA: Or you could get a regular twin set that has a sleeveless shell as the underlayer, if it's got arm holes big enough to get a boob through. Heck, if you're handy with a needle you could cut the arm holes lower and hem them, or cut nursing slits over your boobs and hem them.
 

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Can you just wear a skirt and a shirt that doesn't need to be tucked in? Throw a blanket over when you nurse and wala (sp?) I hate nursing shirts, I can never seem to find my boob in them!! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/winky.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Wink"><br><br>
So sorry for your loss
 

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check JCPennys for a skirt/dressy shirt combo. I bought one (black) this fall for a wedding. I wore a regular dress for the wedding (I was in it) then switched into a 2 piece outfit for the dinner.
 
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