Jinson Women's Ruched Side-Shirred Nursing Top Short Long Sleeve Breastfeeding Tee Shirt
- Fit for bust (S)33-35" (M)35-37" (L)38-40" (XL)40-42";Length(shoulder to bottom hem) (S)25" (M)26" (L)27" (XL)28"(True to size)
- This shirt is not only comfortable but stylish. Perfect top with dress pants for work and easy to pump and breastfeed in(simply move aside the wrap front).
- Sleek side-shirred top flatters your curves.Fabric is incredibly soft and stretchy.
- Dual-function top is equally flattering as a maternity top and a nursing top, for great value.
- Hand Wash Cold,Hang Dry
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I weigh about 220 and my breasts fluctuate between 38C/38D. I wanted something that was more discreet while nursing without exposing myself to the elements. I normally wear a Large t-shirt but while nursing i buy XL tops (I normally use the two shirt method so I need wiggle room)
I was very surprised these are thicker than regular t-shirts (maybe twice as thick) as you can see from my pictures I tried to give you different poses which may show/help you determine which size to get. I followed some of the reviewers opinions of ordering a size up since these tops run small. I purchased a 2XL size these tops and I must admit it tricky to get the size hit right. This top is a little snug at the shoulders (but nothing uncomfortable.. just slightly more snug than expected) the sleeve length is generous and the length top over all is acceptable. The tops are not see through. The top is actually 3 LAYERS (the first being that middle part that goes around your breast) each size of the wrap top for the length of the shirt (which is awesome and none of my other nursing tops do) I took a picture of that bottom layer in my pink top that it’s a straight cut (so it doesn’t show the extra material) I love that this to doesn’t scream “nursing top” so this top can be worn after our nursing journey ends! The top could be worn as a maternity top (it is forgiving when it comes to the tummy area) or also works nicely if you re like me and just need to have eyes off the post partum Belly lol. Over all.. i would buy these tops again, I would gift them and I will be purchasing more tops in the near future ☺️
They are not the easiest to use, but they get the job done. They would be easiest with a nursing bra that moves to the side instead of unclipping down if you are nursing uncovered. It is also a little complicated to get looking right after you are done. Especially if you are also holding a baby. Since you kind of have to stick your hand down your shirt.
It’s a little too form fitting for my mid section& I struggle a little to get my boob out. My baby doesn’t seem to like the stealthy type nursing tops- he just grabs it& tries chewing& sucking on the material & gets mad no food is coming out. I can only get him to eat well if my boob is completely uncovered. They’re also a little more difficult at night. I usually just wear whatever shirt I wore that day to bed,but I have to change out of these because I struggle so much to access the hole. I’m hoping with more practice my baby & I will do better with them, but I like the more flowing/loose/stretchy material type of tops better. V neck t-shirts I got from target actually work great- I think merona is the brand? They stretched pretty well during my pregnancy (didn’t shrink back up though) & the neckline is pretty stretchy so I can pull it out from the top or wear a tank top underneath and pull my shirt up.
If you're worried about ordering the one with stripes, don't be. I got the one labeled Whiteblack Stripe and the stripes are that magic width that slims and lengthens versus making you look wider. So when you look at it on the screen and it has that "wibbly" quality that makes it hard for your eye to focus, it does that in real life too which is very forgiving to a postpartum body!
The most frustrating part about this shirt is it’s accessibility. I would have trouble trying to get under all of the layers, as well as keeping the middle piece pulled down throughout the day. It would either be in my way while trying to feed my baby or it would ride up and expose everything, so I had to wear a tank top under it and that defeated the purpose of having a breastfeeding top.
This probably could have taken some getting used to if the fabric didn’t shrink each wash and then stretch each day.
Does it get the job done? Yes, but not very well.
Would I recommend it? No, definitely not.