I found Target to be more comfy than Kmart - but just my preference. I lived in these with a cardi & yoga style pants whilst in hospital!!
They both also sell pregnancy/nursing t-shirts that are really comfy and a bit warmer too. You would need to wear a bra under these though.
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28-03-2012 23:06 #21
29-03-2012 11:12 #22
Thanks for the heads up on the comfort factor. Will have a look at the target ones too..on the hunt now for some nice cardis and harem style pants
29-03-2012 11:15 #23
I have several of the Target ones, they fit my shape the best.
29-03-2012 11:55 #24
I found the Bonds are thinner fabric and shorter cut than most others, although I am size 16 with DD/E cup so need a little extra. Lovable maternity Singlets don't have cups but a 'shelf' so they allowed for my BB to swell and settle without restriction and I still have my original two from DD1 three years ago plus a few new ones since then for DD2 & this bin due soon. Unfortunately they are discontinuing them so get in quick if you track them down, I love mine and it really helped me in the early days.
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02-04-2012 18:32 #25Junior Member
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I've been wearing the Bonds nursing singlets, but they only go up to 16D and given i'm an FF and haven't had bub yet i'd say they'll be too small soon. Have just ordered the Lovable ones as everyone says the sizing is more generous...and they come in nice colours too )
03-04-2012 11:12 #26Junior Member
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Where do you find the lovable singlets?? They sound great!
04-04-2012 10:03 #27
Ok so am going to buy some lovable singlets - how many should I get?
I can get black or white - is white a no no?
For those that have lovable singlets do you wear with or without a bra? Do you find it has enough support and is comfy enough to sleep in?
I have a Big W voucher too - do Big W stock the Bonds singlets? Not oo keen on spending $40 for one though!
04-04-2012 11:33 #28
I have four lovable singlets, black included
When I used to wear them thru the day at the start (feeding heaps) I would wear a bra underneath, but now it's just for bed I don't.
I find them incredibly supportive and don't have floppy boobs at all!
I didn't like the bonds fit at all. I say spend the big w money on undies xxx
04-04-2012 11:43 #29
Thanks - I probably wouldve only bought 2 or 3 singlets but have found the singlets for $15ea so can afford to get 4 for $60. All in black though, Im so boring lol! Unless I get one white..as for the big w money yep might spend on undies or something to treat myself
04-04-2012 13:51 #30
Has anyone had the lovable singlets with the plastic clips?
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