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please recommend your nursing tanks.
my BF just had a baby and I would like to get a her few, she mentioned she only had one or two.
I used old navy nursing tanks and i HATED THEM! so i want to know which are the good ones.
Yup, I live in the target ones
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Yes Ditto on the Target ones. But I like the Walmart ones way more. They are thick and nice plus you can't beat the price!!
I agree with you Amy.
I was loaned 3 of the Target brand after my 2nd son and couldn't believe that I didn't have a singe nursing tank with my first. They are so convenient! I really like the closures on the Target brand and wear them for sleeping in because they hook and unhook with only one hand. Unfortunately, they give you a very unattractive uniboob and in my case I was between sizes (I'm a 36C and a medium was too tight but a large was too big.)
I guess what I'm leading up to is that I found the Bravado tanks, thought they were too spendy ($45), tried one on and WOW! They look good! No uniboob because there is ruching between the boobs and there is a slight V in the neck. The straps are sooo much more comfortable, there is no visible elastic line in the back that makes you look like you have back fat even if you don't like the Target ones and honestly, I could see myself wearing them after I'm done breastfeeding. The only catch is that the clasps are a little tricky, especially after being used to the Target tanks. Regardless, I plan on buying a couple more when I can.
I had a basic black glamourmom (from Motherhood) that I wore more than any other 'nursing' top. Frankly all of the nursing tops are odd - they either look weird to wear, or they have lackluster functionality. (The ones that make the nipple look like a bull's eye.) And I tried them all from the $10 ones to the $60 ones.
I mostly wore just regular tank tops, and pulled the top down for nursing, rather than playing peek-a-booby with the nursing tops.
Nursing covers make great gifts, too, because they don't have to fit like a nursing top.