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Old 06-23-2013, 10:29 PM   #11
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I have the third one and its super comfortable. I have a long torso too and this covers everything.

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Re: Target nursing tanks

Same for me as mibarra.
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:41 AM   #13
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Can you still wear a bra with the 1st or 2nd one? I would really like to find one that is just a tank that unclips rather than one that is supposed to be a bra inside.
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Can you still wear a bra with the 1st or 2nd one? I would really like to find one that is just a tank that unclips rather than one that is supposed to be a bra inside.
Me too! And I'm from Madison also.
Built in bras are not supportive enough for me since I'm a 36F. Does Target make a longer cami without built in bra, just unclips for nursing, or does someone have one they recommend?
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Have you ladies seen undercover mama? It is like a tank that attaches to your nursing bra To make a tank
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Old 07-08-2013, 01:25 PM   #16
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Have you ladies seen undercover mama? It is like a tank that attaches to your nursing bra To make a tank
LOVE undercover mama! But I like the target ones for around the house or super casual/sporty stuff like trips to the zoo
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I have seen those, but honestly I'm such a cheapsake, I would make a tank like that before I would buy one. I mean I would think it would be super easy to cut the strap off of one of my camis in the back and then sew a loop on the front, right? Maybe I should give it a try!
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I have seen those, but honestly I'm such a cheapsake, I would make a tank like that before I would buy one. I mean I would think it would be super easy to cut the strap off of one of my camis in the back and then sew a loop on the front, right? Maybe I should give it a try!
That's exactly what I did. Super easy and I loved it

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I have seen those, but honestly I'm such a cheapsake, I would make a tank like that before I would buy one. I mean I would think it would be super easy to cut the strap off of one of my camis in the back and then sew a loop on the front, right? Maybe I should give it a try!
I bought 2 and have worn them 4-5 days a week for 2 years, getting ready to pull them out again, and I can wear almost my entire wardrobe and easily nurse, so they were worth it for me
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If you have some non nursing tanks at home, you can convert them to work with any nursing bra. I have not tried this method but ran across it in a search for nursing tanks that fit E+ sizes.

http://www.babybellykelli.com/diy-nu...under-10-mins/

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