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where to buy nice nursing tops in brighton

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pregnantbabyelephant Sun 23-Sep-07 17:04:26

i really need to get a couple of nice nursing tops so i can bf in public a tad more discreatley
anyone know where to look in brighton ?
i know there is a mamajojo

NorthernRockCod Sun 23-Sep-07 17:05:04

just buy a bgi t shirtt

Spidermama Sun 23-Sep-07 17:07:58

I found it really hard buying maternity stuff in Brighton so I did all mine online.

Spidermama Sun 23-Sep-07 17:09:41

I liked the company called Milkface, but I think it's American. I got a couple of great tops from American ebayers.

Otherwise how about making a trip to H&M in Oxford Street, which has a maternity section. The one in Churchill Square doesn't.

MrsBadger Sun 23-Sep-07 17:31:22

Agree online is the way to go - as well as the specialist places (Mamaway, Mamalait, Everyday, Expressiva (that one's US), Mummy Looks Fab, BabyE etc), mainstream places like Vertbaudet and Next do them too.

tbh getting some cheap vests, cutting slits in them and wearing them under normal tops is a sight cheaper and easier, and the result would be no less concealing than a pricey nursing top.

pregnantbabyelephant Sun 23-Sep-07 18:04:45

thanks for all the links badger

determination Sun 23-Sep-07 18:11:02 have a massive sale on clothing just now.. you might be able to get something real cheap

Haylo Tue 02-Oct-07 21:11:46

l buy the thin and strappy vests from the M&S underwear section, they come in loads of bright and neutral colours and are about £3.50-5.00 each, often on a multi buy deal. Buy larger size than you need and wear under any t-shirt type top you like, l then pull my outer top up the top of the vest down and under my boob and unlatch my feeding bra to feed, that way my 'muffin tops' and 'stretch marks' are not in full view as my vest is still covering my bottom half , l am covered quite well above and below and can feed with no probs in public places. Hope that helps, feeding tops are such a rip off for everyday.

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