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    Where do you get your Pjs from? What brand?

    I'm after some kind of nighties that looks sexyish. With a little breast support. If anyone can figure out what I'm talking about, that'd be awesome

    I use to buy mine from Princesse Tamtam in France and am a little lost here

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    Peter Alexander has brought out a maternity range. They have beautiful nighties in there with the clasps at the bust so you can breast feed. There beautiful designs and really light fabric with a Lacey bust. There about $80 and sooo comfy. I have one and have out another on my Xmas wish list as they will be comfy and sexyish after birth, I also have a few from best and less. Surprisingly they have some in there. They are knee length, light material, v neckline, Lacey bust and falls really nicely over the belly. They come in a few colours and are only $15. I live in mine, it's suitable to be able to wear around the house during the day(I put a little singlet underneath if someone is coming over as they are fairly low cut) but definately check them out. Best and less one is great for growing belly. I've been in the same size my whole preg.. Now 33 weeks and up 5cup sizes and 16kgs.

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    I have a Peter Alexander one and really not a fan of it, I'm not sure why, but the straps always twist up on me and now that I'm feeding, the top's not tight enough to keep my nursing pads in place so I don't wear it

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    I have Peter Alexander ones, (not his maternity line) but agree with squishie, that they're not really practical in terms of breast feeding support and I too have found that the straps twist which is really annoying, so I keep my P.A ones for when I am not pregnant/breastfeeding.

    I do like Sussan's range of pjs/nighties etc, they are reasonably priced, very feminine and not all dowdy like some can be, in fact some look like they could be outer wear!

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    i know you can get a couple of stylish ones from target.... i saw them the other day but didn't look at the prices as i don't really like wearing nighties i also have no idea who designs them lol.

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    I get all my pjs from Sussan. Such lovely designs and prints, wide selection and range of sizes.

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    You should try Snug Jugs: http://www.snugjugs.com/collections/maternity-wear They have a maternity range with clips for nursing. Perfect support for boobs and very pretty designs. I have two and I love them

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    Thanks heaps for your advices!!! Can't wait for some shopping now


 

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