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Can anyone please recommend a great place to buy breatfeeding clothes? Preferably in Perth or able to post to WA. I am really sick of the target ones, and am looking for something a little fun, and also maybe something I can wear to more formal events. Thanks in advance!


Posted anonymously, 7th February 2014


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  • I didn’t spend much money on breastfeeding clothes, just a normal stretchy top with a jacket or cardigan cover it worked perfect. The one thing I did buy was a belly hugger, which covers your belly and till under your breasts. So when you lift your shirt you don’t expose your belly. http://www.tentoes.org/bellyhugger.html


  • Anything with buttons or easy access to the breasts should be great for you. Which means, in my opinion, you should be able to buy tops like these just about any store you like shopping


  • Need some of these myself wondering if you found anything


  • there are a lot of nice clothes online now. do a google search and you will find something


  • Just look for clothes that are loose fitting, have a wide collar line or have buttons!


  • I buy regular clothes that stretch


  • At first I went out and brought maternity/breastfeeding tops which can be very overpriced. I quickly learnt that a simple singlet top or any top with stretchy fabric worked just as well


  • You don’t need specific BF clothes, just get some trendy but looser ones


  • there are some good comments here


  • try online shops they normaly cheaper


  • How did you go? Find any that you like?


  • I am just starting up my business called Milk n Bella. I am designing a stylish range of breastfeeding clothes for non maternity mother’s.

    Please feel free to checkout my designs at https://m.facebook.com/milknbella

    There will be day, evening, active and swimwear all available very soon. Will deliver to anywhere in Australia. Xxx


  • did you find anything? :)


  • Try looking for online options. front open ones are always good and the they don’t have to be the breastfeeding specific one.


  • I mainly Wore the breast feeding singlets from Kmart with something over them.


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