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Milkstars: Fashionable Tops for Nursing Moms!

02/06/2010 at 05:00 PM ET
Courtesy of Milkstars

Finding stylish nursing tops is no easy feat. You’re usually stuck carrying around a nursing cover or baby blanket to keep things discreet. Now you can nurse in style, thanks to a chic collection of shirts for breastfeeding moms by Milkstars ($55 to $60).

Created by fellow mom and former cable news producer Jamie Rubin, these super-comfy tops (made of a soft-rayon/spandex blend) feature hidden nursing panels that you can pull up or down when needed — no wonder Kourtney Kardashian and Elisabeth Hasselbeck are fans.

For a lunch date with girlfriends, try the Joan ($60, above left) which features a stunning scoop-neck with flutter sleeves. The Rachel ($60, above right) is also a great choice to dress up with a skirt or down with jeans. Available in an array of color options including Pink Soda, Go Go Green, Pool Blue and Violet Femme, they’ll give your wardrobe a fun boost of color.

Love the line as much as we do? Shop the full collection here or search for local stores in your area.

Angela

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Li on

Cute- but it drives me crazy how expensive nursing tops are!

Li on

Cute- but it drives me crazy how expensive nursing tops are!

Moore on

Li, I may just make my own when the kids come along. I’m not into spending 60 bucks on one top, cute as those are.

Moore on

Li, I may just make my own when the kids come along. I’m not into spending 60 bucks on one top, cute as those are.

Belle on

I bought all my nursing tops at the second hand store. I couldn’t fathom spending that much either!

Belle on

I bought all my nursing tops at the second hand store. I couldn’t fathom spending that much either!

Mina on

I agree with commenter #1, you can make a couple for that price. Or spend the money on a good nursing shawl. Geesh!

Mina on

I agree with commenter #1, you can make a couple for that price. Or spend the money on a good nursing shawl. Geesh!

Max&Stella'sMom on

I simply pull down my shirt from the top. Most of my tops can do that. :)

Max&Stella'sMom on

I simply pull down my shirt from the top. Most of my tops can do that. :)

Jamie on

Definately cute, but wayyy too expensive! I just bought a bunch of v-neck tank tops one size bigger than I am, and wear one under my shirt. When my son wants to nurse, I pull up my shirt & pull down the neckline of the tank top, take the booby out & we’re ready to go. Cheap, easy, and discreet.

Jamie on

Definately cute, but wayyy too expensive! I just bought a bunch of v-neck tank tops one size bigger than I am, and wear one under my shirt. When my son wants to nurse, I pull up my shirt & pull down the neckline of the tank top, take the booby out & we’re ready to go. Cheap, easy, and discreet.

C on

Wish they’d had fashionable nursing tops back when I was nursing. They hadn’t yet figured out how to make them stylish 12 years ago!

C on

Wish they’d had fashionable nursing tops back when I was nursing. They hadn’t yet figured out how to make them stylish 12 years ago!

stelly on

They look very nice, but I wonder at how low cut the necklines are – nursing bras come up quite high on the chest and I suspect those shirts would reveal the top of the bras I wore.

Why are they $60 though!?! So much for saving money by breastfeeding!

stelly on

They look very nice, but I wonder at how low cut the necklines are – nursing bras come up quite high on the chest and I suspect those shirts would reveal the top of the bras I wore.

Why are they $60 though!?! So much for saving money by breastfeeding!

Lacey on

I don’t think that a too crazy price. :? and i’m by no means rich. Quality shirts run $40-$50. I’d rather spend more money on a quality shirt, rather then a $12 Old Navy special, that super thin and will lose it shape after 2 washes. When i have another baby, i will definetly keep this in mind.

Lacey on

I don’t think that a too crazy price. :? and i’m by no means rich. Quality shirts run $40-$50. I’d rather spend more money on a quality shirt, rather then a $12 Old Navy special, that super thin and will lose it shape after 2 washes. When i have another baby, i will definetly keep this in mind.

R on

I noticed on the website that shirts are made in LA using fair labor practices and they are also a high quality material. That is why they may seem pricey but they really are o’t if you think about going rates of well made shirt these days.

R on

I noticed on the website that shirts are made in LA using fair labor practices and they are also a high quality material. That is why they may seem pricey but they really are o’t if you think about going rates of well made shirt these days.

JB on

Super cute! It’s funny that some commenters are comparing the price of these shirts to what you can buy at Old Navy. This is the Celebrity Baby blog – how many celebrities do you know that shop at Old Navy? Ha! Clearly you get what you pay for!

JB on

Super cute! It’s funny that some commenters are comparing the price of these shirts to what you can buy at Old Navy. This is the Celebrity Baby blog – how many celebrities do you know that shop at Old Navy? Ha! Clearly you get what you pay for!

acmommy09 on

You mean it took designers this many years to figure out the shirts with a slash through the middle weren’t fashionalbe? These look much better than those two tier things!

acmommy09 on

You mean it took designers this many years to figure out the shirts with a slash through the middle weren’t fashionalbe? These look much better than those two tier things!

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