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    Just wondering where you ladies have purchased your breast feeding tops from?

    I'm hoping to return to work soon and as I work for my parents bubs is coming to work with me. To date I've only been able to find 2 decent BF tops. I need more than that to last a week lol

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    Target - I have about 6 from there.
    Mothercare had some once
    Bump, Baby and Beyond which is in Melbourne but they also have an online store.

    Good luck - it's soooo frustrating, it's so hard to find them. I only wear them now where I know that I'll have to breastfeed in public (not in a parents room).

    Another possible option is a breastfeeding singlet from with a button up shirt/

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    I think the singlet & shirt is a great idea!

    Mamaway always have a good clearance... 5 tops for $150.

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    Aldi has some breastfeeding tanks that went on sale yesterday, 4 different colours, they are $9.99 each.

    I like to stock up on breastfeeding singlets, then just layer as appropriate, like PP suggested

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbleK View Post
    Bump, Baby and Beyond which is in Melbourne but they also have an online store.
    Thanks for this. I bought some online today. I found 1 at target but that was it. I have 4 now plus the singlet idea so plenty


 

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