Momzelle Nursing Tops: They’ve Got You Covered

06/23/2009 at 10:00 AM ET

Sick of having to show your belly to the world whenever your little one needs to nurse? So don’t. Momzelle Nursing Tops (starting at $45) make it easy to keep everything covered, even with a hungry baby in your arms.

Made of super soft and stretchy organic cotton, Momzelle nursing tops are designed with an opening across the bust (see the picture) so that you can just lift up the top portion of your shirt and move your bra aside for instant access. No bunching shirt to get in the way of baby nursing… and, more importantly, no unwanted exposure of your belly. They’re also great for breastfeeding while babywearing!

The shirts are generously sized to accommodate a post-partum figure, and the fit is flattering and comfortable. Another nice bonus? The prices are lower than some other nursing tops on the market.

I tested the pretty Hummingbird Tee and have been pleasantly surprised by both the incredible comfort of the cotton and the compliments I’ve received while wearing it. So not only is it easier to nurse with Momzelle tops… you’ll also look great doing it. A win-win situation, if you ask me (or my daughter!).


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millefleur on

Thank you Stephanie! Do you think this would fit a plus-sized mama?

Hilda on

I want one and I’m not even pregnant, lol!

kmf on

These are fantastic! I wish I was still nursing! The post baby tummy was the major factor that kept me from nursing in public. 🙂

MZ on

ooo i might look into this for the next baby! it’s cute! for this child i just used a nursing wrap from Little Ones: i’m really tall so the owner custom made mine to make it a little longer. no worries about showing off that post baby tummy in public 🙂

Laura on

And that is ONE BEAUTIFUL MAMA. Hi, Kyla! 🙂

eternalcanadian on

wow, $45 for a t-shirt? yikes, that’s like a week’s worth of groceries in today’s economy!

Julie on

They look nice, but I wish they came in Plus sizes as well. I need a 2X and the biggest size is XL.

Alyssa on

Do they really have to be $45 for a cotton T-Shirt? Why so expensive? …a shirt for $45? Thanks, but no thanks.

Nika on

That is expensive…

i wonder how much they cost to make?

The items on the little ones site seems more like something i’d use.

Aj on

Oh my! Before I read the title or caption all I saw was the picture of this shirt and thought; “Oh my gosh! What’s wrong with that shirt!?”