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HOTmilk - Shine Nursing Vest in Black

HOTmilk - Shine Nursing Vest in Black
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RRP: £32.00
Price: £18.00
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Manufacturer: Hot milk
Model: SHBl

A beautiful and versatile nursing vest in a gorgeous jet black.  This nursing vest provides great A-frame support and coverage when the cup is open, and can be used alone for sunny days, as a layer in the Winter under a loose fitting top, shirt or cardigan to hide those stretch marks and keep your tummy warm while out and about, or at night with some pj bottoms.  The front ruching is generous allowing it to cover your pregnancy bump, and any spare weight you have yet to lose after the baby is born.  This nursing vest looks amazing with jeans and the extra wide bra shelf elastic gives really great support without a bra for larger busted ladies.

Materials:   Modal/Cotton

Colour:   Black, White, Pale Blue

Sizes:   S(32" band), M(34" band), L(36" band), XL(38" band), XXL(40" band)

Review from Diary of a First Child (16/01/12)

"I really got (probably a bit too!) excited about the nursing top, but it is soft, form fitting – which over a large bump is rather lovely – and supportive in the right places.  Post baby, there’s ‘ruching’  – that scrunched up, gathered look – to help cover the post-partum bump a little.

The nursing camisole has an A-frame support cup the flap of which drops down to reveal the nipple and part of the breast, without losing the support for the rest of the breast, so you’re not fighting gravity one-handed when trying to reattach the clip after nursing, which I think is pretty useful.  It’s also fantastic for wearing under a normal, non-maternity top, as you can then breastfeed discreetly by lifting the top shirt, which exposes the camisole, then dropping the cup without having to expose your middle, which is particularly useful in winter, as well as while you may still be feeling a little self-conscious about that extra layer of eating for two you know you really shouldn’t have done."