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    Target have them in their basics range. I get them every year. They have two lengths so look out for the longer length. They are usually $12 each

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    Awesome. Will check out Target and see if there is a Cotton On there. Better bring an empty suitcase with me haha

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    Temt have long tops and dotti

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Cotton On used to have specific long singlets. I used them during pregnancy and it covered my whole belly with some left over.
    They dont anymore
    I have some from there that i got a few years ago but this seasons ones are waaaay shorter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    Awesome. Will check out Target and see if there is a Cotton On there. Better bring an empty suitcase with me haha
    Target have the longline singlets in black & white - depending on the store you go to they may be hiding in amongst the regular length ones

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    Splendid brand is great. Usually pricey but luxestapes has them for $20 each at the mo.. cotton/modal very soft and free express shipping within oz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    Mainly to wear under shirts. I can't wear a tshirt without a singlet underneath hah.

    I'll be in town in two weeks for a course so might duck into Kmart the night before and have a see if I can find any.
    If not I'll check the boohoo place and have some delivered. I don't live near a Myer so will have to forgo that. Not sure there is one in town.

    Thanks ladies
    Myer is online too.

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    Kmart. Like $4 or $6! Variety of colours. Wide straps or spaghetti straps. I have about 15 black ones i wore throughout pregnancy and now live in them around the house and to bed. Love them.

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