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    Yes!! I can't seem to find any decent nursing tops anywhere!!

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    I agree with everyone else. Nice BF tops are so hard to find

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    Yes definitely!

    I was a size 18 pre preg and trying to find plus size maternity clothes let alone reasonably priced ones in Aus is impossible.

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    Breastfeeding tops that come in more than just white, black and grey or that don't have horizontal stripes. I don't get that why would post pregnant women want to wear tops that have strips that highlight our flabby post pregnant tummies?

    However what I really want is breastfeeding singlets and tops that cater for busts bigger than a D cup (I'm an H/J cup).

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    I was lucky and bounced back pretty quickly after having my babies, but could only find breastfeeding tops that either doubled as maternity tops or were designed to cover a squishy tummy.
    All I wanted was normal looking clothes that had boob access...

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    Yes please!!! Any 'attractive' maternity clothing in plus sizes are soooo hard to come by, especially nursing tops.

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    I'm done having babies, but OMG something like this would have been a god send, I really struggled to find anything decent that wasnt stupidly over priced when I was pregnant

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindye View Post
    I was lucky and bounced back pretty quickly after having my babies, but could only find breastfeeding tops that either doubled as maternity tops or were designed to cover a squishy tummy.
    All I wanted was normal looking clothes that had boob access...
    This is what I am finding, most breastfeeding tops are maternity, and I have been lucky to be left with a small tummy but I have a big bust and need bf tops - especially coming into winter. There are a few online aussie stores I bought from but they have a limited range too.

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    Yes yes yes lol, most of the nice maternity wear is very expensive so it would be great to see an Aussie seller being able to provide great prices, I'd buy from your site, well that when I get pg again lol

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    Yep definitely! So many nursing tops are just so ugly! And finding nice things that don't cost the world is hard too!


 

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