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    Default Crop top type nursing bras

    So last time I basically just wore target crop top type bras when feeding ds. They are fairly worn out now but I can't find them in target anymore and I don't know where to find something similar. I wore a 18 dd. I found a few similar looking ones online hast night but they were either $80+ or not big enough. I have a couple of regular nursing bras (normal bra but with nursing clips) but these were never that comfortable to use.

    Does anyone know where I can get a croptop type bra from that will be be enough but doesn't cost 3 times what I normally spend on brad?

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    My local target have them. I'm going in tomorrow, I can have a look for you?

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    Nursingangel.com.au have a great range, I got some from there for around $20 that are still going strong 15 months in.

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    I got some from Target about 2 weeks ago.

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    I saw those ones happy mamma but they aren't the ones in thinking of. Think they only went to about 14 in my target anyway

    These are the ones I have, think they might be discontinuedImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1384226750.939071.jpg

    Will have a look at nursing angel

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    I'm pretty sure I saw some like that too. I'll have a look while I'm there and let you know.

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    If you have a look on target online, go to womens > bras and singlets, they have sold out of size 18 but have 16s and 20s in in stock. A 2 pk for $25.

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    Oh, the code is JC3809HS

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    Bras n things - $30.00. Proper stretchy maternity bra with clips. Mine are 19 months and no signs of wear and tear.


 

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