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    I got an okay one from target but wondering where else I could go? Some seem so expensive! I just want plain black maternity and breast feeding singlets. Kmart has some but they don't sit right on me and aren't long enough...

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    Wish I could help - I had an awesome one for my girls but couldn't find a long one this time around so am living in the target ones

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    Lovable make some great maternity / nursing singlets... They do cost more $$ than somewhere like target but you get what you pay for - ridiculously comfortable and long lasting

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    I got mine from big w and I still wear them now bubs 9 weeks old. Really long and stretchy

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    I love my Bonds ones! Super comfy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squirrelex View Post
    Lovable make some great maternity / nursing singlets... They do cost more $$ than somewhere like target but you get what you pay for - ridiculously comfortable and long lasting
    Agreed. my lovable ones are 3 years old, no piling, still hold their shape, just great. I have just forced myself to stop wearing them because I am not feeding and I want to be able to wear them next time around. OP, not sure if this is an issue for you, but they also work for bigger boobs too.

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    I have a few different types. My favourites are the bonds ones with cup sizes - SO comfy - although they're not really long enough for the latter stages of pregnancy.

    The bonds ones without cup sizes are better for length & are nice and loose...but I find they sit ridiculously low. As I like wearing singlets without anything over the top, they look like my breasts are going to fall out.

    I'm personally not a fan of the lovable ones. They just don't seem to sit right on me, and I find they don't have enough support.

    What I did was try them on in shops, then find the ones I wanted to try second hand. Ebay was great for this. After getting them cheap and wearing them for a while, I knew what I found most comfortable/practical. Then went and bought more of those. Good luck!

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    Just wondering which Kmart nursing singlet you are refering to. The one with the clips on the strap or the one that is more like a tank style?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omshanti View Post
    Just wondering which Kmart nursing singlet you are refering to. The one with the clips on the strap or the one that is more like a tank style?
    I didn't like the ones with the clips

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    Default Good maternity singlets?

    Love my bonds ones!! Loved them while preggers, love them now for bf too


 

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