Breastvest nursing singlet is designed to allow you to wear any shirt while you are breastfeeding. No need for expensive or complicated nursing shirts.
How does it work?
Breastvest is shaped to sit comfortably under your well-fitted nursing bra and is held in place by adjustable shoulder straps, specifically designed not to interfere with the nursing bra's straps.
Cover your postnatal tummy ... If you are conscious of this area, the Breastvest can provide you with confidence without needing to lift your shirt, exposing your bare belly. The idea behind Breastvest is that it is worn with your nursing bra and covers your postnatal tummy so you can breastfeed your baby without having to worry about your post-baby midriff.
Save money ... There is no need to buy specialised and expensive nursing shirts or dresses. Breastvest allows you to keep wearing your favourite shirt, allowing easy access for your baby to feed.
Keeping it simple ... The Breastvest nursing singlet is light-weight and stretchy making it cool and easy to wear under shirts and jumpers. Plus you can keep wearing it past the nursing period to layer shirts or as an undershirt.
Breastvest ... nursing in style.
Breastvest covers the postnatal tummy generously and discreetly, and allows breastfeeding mums to wear normal tops, which can then just be lifted up to breastfeed... without exposing any postnatal tummy.
It really couldn't be easier to use:
Step 1: unhook your nursing bra
Step 2: lift up your top - breastvest will stay in place and keep your tummy covered
Step 3: latch on your baby and enjoy the confidence which goes hand in hand with wearing breastvest
Cloth Nappy Doctor reviews the Breastvest, very quickly!
Breastvest review from Kylie, a breastfeeding in our community.
Breastvest review from Lauren, Great to wear normal clothes again.
Breastvest review from the Cloth Nappy Doctor, in depth
Breastvest review from Catherine, Its a worthwhile spend.
Breastvest review from Hannah. Stretchmarks are covered
Breastvest review from Sara, Clever feeding singlet.
Michelle from Hatsaplenty reviews the Breastvest, here
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