Im in Canada, l like Thyme nursing tops as they are made with a little extra fabric in the tummy so great for hiding that postpartum pooch. But if you google nursing tops a few sites should come up. They are usually sold in the same shops as maternity clothing.
I got my tank tops at Walmart & i love them..they are really lose in the belly area though. I also got a great nursing top i loved from burlington coat factory. other then that ive found that anything stretchy that allows you to pull the fabric down over one breast works great for me and is fairly discrete ( although i always throw a blanket over my shoulder for my own confort)
Thanx guys I do have a couple nursing tanks but the clips give it away lol. I don't want them to look like nursing tops. I'm in Texas and w the heat coming tanks is what I'm looking at. I found a few pull down ones. Talk about pricey!!!
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