Turn Any Shirt into a Nursing Shirt With Undercover Mama

So I am in love with my Bravado nursing tanks with built-in bras (I purchased two after my review earlier this year), but high quality bra tanks are definitely on the pricey side so I have a limited number I cycle through pretty quickly. If you already have a decent collection of nursing bras and can’t rationalize purchasing additional nursing tanks or shirts or like to invest in versatile products, there is a product that actually allows you to put what you have to good use.  Undercover Mama nursing tanks are strapless and rely on the straps of your nursing bras to turn it into a nursing tank and shirt by hooking onto the clasps. This way you aren’t wrestling with another layer when feeding your little one, because it flaps down with the cup of your nursing bra. 

I will admit I was a little skeptical of their sizing recommendations to size down, because I was afraid it would be too small or tight, but the medium is perfect for me and the smaller size tag sure makes me feel skinnier (and the side angle of the picture, below, also helps too)! It was easy to hook this tank onto my favorite beige nursing bra and turn it into a nursing tank and it has two options to fasten it to your bra, depending on the style, cut or amount of padding on your bra. Since nursing bra tanks are my favorite, this product allowed me to add another nursing tank to my wardrobe and is a fraction of the cost compared to the other nursing bra tanks I own.  

I like that you can make your favorite nursing bras into a nursing tank, since it is hard to come across top quality nursing tanks with real bras or support built in and the ones on the market are a bit of a splurge. You could probably use these after your nursing days to hook onto your regular bras and create some tummy coverage when needed or to create a layered look, since these tanks are nice and long. These are definitely a great idea to add some modesty in public for your nursing-cover-tugging babies and to make it easier to nurse when you’re away from home. I don’t own any nursing shirts, so nursing tanks are great so I can use the shirts I already have in my wardrobe. 


Samples of the products mentioned in the review were provided for this review. No other compensation was received and the views and opinions are my own.

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.

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