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Just wondering if anyone has tried these? They look really good, but some feedback would be great.
I have two of them and think that they are brilliant! I would highly recommend them:thumbsup:
i absolutely love them. i own 2 and i still wear them even tho i haven't breastfeed my dd for over 6 months now. i am even going to get some more when we have number 2. you can wear them to bed too and it helps to keep the breast pads in place. great as you don't need to wear a bra under them (i ended up only getting 2 maternity bras) and they are nice and long to cover that saggy belly after you have bubs.
i will have to be the party pooper amd say i havent had a good experience. :no: .
i find that my large bosom (dunno exactly what my size is, about a d cup) feels squashed trying to fit out the opening and i feel i need more support than jist the top but can't use a bra under them without lots of fiddling to unhook bra and top.
as i've lost the baby weight it no longer fits well and the openning clips ride up rather than sitting under my bust and giving me no support.
the only thing i like is the length, covering my tummy.
i still wear it because i have to justify buying it, and i can see how it could be great especially for smaller perkier bosoms than mine though.
Thanks for your feedback it is much appreciated. I just found one on ebay for $25, so I am going to give it a try. If it doesn't work for me at least I wont have dished out $60
you should have alook at some of the feeding tops on www.sexymama.com.au they have fresh mums newer designs, which I LUV! and some others that I hadn't heard of previously.... nursing henly?? I think? they are a nice fit they are a softer stretch than FM so if you are worried about feeling restricted you would like and after you can still wear them. I am wearing my nursing henly as a maternity top too, so I am getting my moneys worth. Good luck!
I tried both Fresh Mums and Glamourmom tops and LOVE the Glamourmom extra support tops. They're amazing. Just like those little Bonds singlets with the shelf bra in (which I wear a lot when I'm not breastfeeding), but with extra support, a spot to tuck breast pads in and little clips on the shoulders so you can feed one breast at a time without exposing yourself. I got mine new on ebay for $50 each (around $60-$70 in maternity stores). I also tried their normal version, without the extra support, but didn't find these as good, as I'm a 12DD. If you were smaller, they'd probably be fine, though.
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