(Closed) Nursing tank question

posted 4 years ago in Babies
Post # 2
9811 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

I just used the old navy maternity tanks.  I could just pull them down.  I didn’t like nursing tanks since I am tall with a long torso they all hit me a little shorter than I liked.  I had one nursing tank from target- it was fine but I didn’t use it much.  Mostly just my nursing bra and the maternity tanks.  I think they’re useful for nursing in public though, if you want to do the 2 shirt method.  I just liked the comfy maternity tanks so I usually just wore those if I was going out

Post # 3
3081 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I loved the Target nursing tanks. I’m also tall, but I have a short torso so it worked well for me. I HATED the Old Navy Nursing tanks, but loved the ON maternity tanks. I also got a few Bravado nursing tanks and liked them although they cost quite a bit more. 

Post # 4
3009 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

jbbird:  I love the Target brand (I think they’re Liz Lange?). Also a Bravado one that I wear for hiking and running- it’s really supportive! I have two from a Pea in the Pod that I can only sleep in since they are really loose and unsupportive, but comfy for at night.

Post # 5
2449 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I picked up a few Liz Lange Target ones secondhand and tried them on (24wks) and hated them. they were the kind with the circle cutouts in the shelf bra part on the inside so the girls stick through those holes and then you unsnap the front part that goes over it.

Im 5’5″ 140 pre pregnancy and was a 34D, now I’m 155 and a 36D. The Size M was skin tight and the size L still dug into so badly I had to take it off after 5min and had red dents across my chest. 

I plan to see if they make any other styles that are sold at Target and I’ve heard Bravado is great (and worth the price)  

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