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    Wow they really do!

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    They are my only product recommendation at all
    Awesome
    Expensive Being 35 each
    But so worth it as they hold their shape well and look great wash after wash

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    Do you remember where you got them? I googled it and can't find a seller

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    Zodee have them

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    I have three types of singlets, a padded one from Bra's and Things, a padded bonds one and two of the target soft cup ones. The Bra's and things was very poor quality, the lace has all snagged and torn, the straps have gone all warped and dreadful, I would not recommend them at all! The bonds one was comfy, but I often have a problem of finding the padded cups that fit. If you have that problem, I would definitely recommend either a soft cup if buying online, or a trip to the shop!
    The Target ones are great, I stopped feeding about 2 months ago and I am sitting on the couch in one now. It is a soft cup, so no horrid ripples and bumps where the moulding doesn't fit, the elastic under the bust is just the right strength and width so you don't feel like you are being cut in half and it had nice ruching in the belly so you can wear it while pregnant or just use it to cover your post baby belly.

    Having said that, those magnetic clip ones sound great...

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    I got my feeding singlets from kmart from memory they were only $12, I'm still wearing them 1 year later , I also tried some other bras and to be honest nothing seemed to fit right except for these singlets.

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    Thanks everyone - think I will def check out Kmart ones - do thy come in lots of colours?

    Will try and have a look at the magnetic ones too..

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    Best and less have stripy ones for $17

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    I picked up a two pack of the lovable magnetic breastfeeding singlets on sale at David Jones last year. I also found using two standard singlets worked by pulling one up and one down.Alternatively wide necked shirts work too

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Thanks everyone - think I will def check out Kmart ones - do thy come in lots of colours?

    Will try and have a look at the magnetic ones too..
    Unfortunately not in regards the the kmart ones from memory there is black and white, I mainly wear the black cause even under a white shirt they don't look bad


 

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