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Vest tops with adjustable straps

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baileysyumm Wed 13-Apr-16 13:51:44

Does anyone know where I can get vest/strappy tops with adjustable straps?

I'm only 5'3 and most vest tops that I've had in the past just reveal half my bra! Very annoying.

Thanks smile

Nabootique Wed 13-Apr-16 13:52:58

Primark! I didn't even realise until I got them home, but it is really handy. I think they're about £3 each as well.

TrashPanda Wed 13-Apr-16 13:53:33

I have some from H&M but they are quite old so not sure if they're still available. Might be worth a look though.

ReedBunting Wed 13-Apr-16 13:54:40

white stuff had some a few months ago. Thanks for the tip about primark as I need some too.

StrawberrytallCake Wed 13-Apr-16 13:54:53

Just came on to say Primark - I stocked up there last year. Some have a kind of inbuilt bra although not a very sturdy one.

5hell Wed 13-Apr-16 13:56:47

I bought some for bf-ing in primark Monday for £1.80 - obviously not top quality, and probably not ethical, but doing the job

baileysyumm Wed 13-Apr-16 14:13:33

Thanks all I will have to take a trip to Primark. To be honest I've never bought anything in there for myself before as I do wonder about the quality.
Are they likely to lose shape or shrink after a couple of washes??

guerre Wed 13-Apr-16 14:16:08

White Stuff and Jigsaw always have adjustable straps. As do Sainsburys, but they don't always have best tops. They often do at this time of year though, and I can vouch they wash well and don't lost their shape.

OpposableThumbs2 Wed 13-Apr-16 14:18:27

I have a load from Matalan for £3. They are holding up well despite being pulled down for breastfeeding and thrown in the washing machine.

Cloudybutwarm Wed 13-Apr-16 14:20:16

Tesco! They are a bit longer in length than the primark ones which I prefer so they don't ride up. And they were only £2.5 each!

Nabootique Wed 13-Apr-16 14:27:49

I haven't had any problems at all with the wear of my Primark ones, whereas I have with other cheap ones like Peacocks.

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