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Old 02-07-2007, 05:58 PM   #1
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Where do you get your nursing tops?

I am looking for more nursting clothes - the last baby was a summer baby so a lot of my nursing tops are tanks or short sleeves.

Looking to buy some sweaters and long sleeves...where do you order yours?

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Old 02-07-2007, 06:16 PM   #2
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I wear almost exclusively H&M, but they do not sell online in the U.S. I think I've had an H&M top on every day since sometime in 2005... Their tops work during pregnancy already (up to 9 months!!) and then afterwards as nursing tops without looking like a maternity top. They actually hug my body.

My other favorite is BOOB - they have the best "mechanism" for nursing. And they've got fleece, sweatshirts and everything...but I've only been able to find them by ordering from Sweden...

I've tried Motherwear, Motherhood, and Mimi Maternity, but been very disappointed. All the ones I have look worn after a single wash

Ok, this was not a lot of help, except that I'd stay away from the 3 I mentioned.
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Re: Where do you get your nursing tops?

Motherhood Maternity has actually boosted their nursing section up quite a bit recently. I found some really cute tops there. I can't stand nursing tops that make you still look pg!
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Motherhood Maternity has actually boosted their nursing section up quite a bit recently. I found some really cute tops there. I can't stand nursing tops that make you still look pg!
I agree. I like showing off my again trim body . Do you find Motherhood's new tops last after multiple washes and wont strech due to bf:ing?
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Re: Where do you get your nursing tops?

I didn't have any last time, so I would love to find some good nursing tops for this baby.

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Old 02-08-2007, 06:27 AM   #6
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I love motherwear.com
If you check out their clearance stuff they have some really good deals!

I also swear by nursing cami's for summer time! Easy and comfy!
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Re: Where do you get your nursing tops?

motherwear does have good clearance going on right now, I bought a couple of maternity dresses for the next pregnancy (the price was just too good to pass up, and I had such a limited wardrobe with DD) and I thought the quality was great. I have to say that I didn't buy one single nursing shirt though. I bought regular shirts that fit me, and just wore a sport bra underneath them (did I mention that I really HATE nursing bras?). If you're concerned about exposing the baby belly, you could wear a tube top around just your stomach so it's warm, not showing stretch marks, whatever.
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I wear almost exclusively H&M, but they do not sell online in the U.S. I think I've had an H&M top on every day since sometime in 2005... Their tops work during pregnancy already (up to 9 months!!) and then afterwards as nursing tops without looking like a maternity top. They actually hug my body.

My other favorite is BOOB - they have the best "mechanism" for nursing. And they've got fleece, sweatshirts and everything...but I've only been able to find them by ordering from Sweden...

I've tried Motherwear, Motherhood, and Mimi Maternity, but been very disappointed. All the ones I have look worn after a single wash

Ok, this was not a lot of help, except that I'd stay away from the 3 I mentioned.
So how did you get your hands on the H&M tops?? I have a few friends in Ireland on another board that I belong to - but when I go to the H&M website, you can't see any clothes online
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Old 02-12-2007, 08:22 AM   #9
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I buy H&M at the store. Closest one that sells materinty/nursing wear to me is in Boston. They should have locations online - call ahead to ask about the maternity/nursing wear. They sell online only in some countries in Europe - no idea why? Whenever I go to Boston, I buy loads of their tops
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Motherwear.com is my favorite!!!!
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