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Bamboo Nursing Cami

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"This is a favourite in my pregnancy wardrobe as I can mix it with almost anything and wear it all the way through to nursing."

A pregnancy and nursing essential that will extend your wardrobe through pregnancy and give you the comfort and support you need in those early days of breastfeeding.

All of the great features of the One and Only Bamboo Nursing Bra with the added benefit of soft and supportive tummy cover.

Easy one-handed drop cup with side strap to keep the rest of the cami in place. Deep V shape in front so it will stay in place under your clothes. Moisture-wicking to help with absorption and evaporation of milk spills. Removable light foam pads.

We suggest you have one in every colour so you always have something to wear! 

 

Sizing Chart 

S/M

8-10

M/L

12-14

 

Made in Portugal from 86% Viscose from Bamboo, 10% Polymide, 4% Elastane. 

Customer Reviews

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Carey
The range is just gorgeous!

Congratulations on producing such a wonderful, beautiful collection.

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Susan

The quality of the bamboo is amazing!

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Buyer

Nothing can compare to that feeling you get when you feel your unborn baby kicking… well until the hormones kick in and you turn into one of those woman who do not even ask Hubby if those pants make your bum look big cos it doesn’t even fit you anymore!

Yummy Mummy Tummy reminds you that it’s okay to get fat while you’re pregnant. Their clothes makes you feel feminine even when the mirror mocks you and calls you a stranded whale. The great thing about their clothes is that they cater for all shapes and sizes. So even if it looks like you swallowed a pea or you want to change your name to Shamu, you will always find something that fits.

I am very impressed with the quality of their clothes. Our bodies goes through a lot of changes during those 9 months but the clothes can take the punishment. From being pulled up and down when we have to go to the loo… again, to being puked on by your newborn.

That’s what I love the most about these clothes – you can still wear them after you gave birth to hide your baby fat… until you feel comfy enough to show your stretch marks to the rest of the word.

Thank you Yummy Mummy Tummy for reminding us that you are still beautiful even when you stuff your face with ice cream and French fries.