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WIN a $500 Gift Voucher at Queen Bee Maternity

Posted on 27/04/2013 in Competitions & Promos
win a $500 voucher at QueenBee

Mothers Day is so special for expecting mums so celebrate your pregnancy in style with QueenBee.com.au. Here's your chance to win a $500 voucher to spend on stylish maternity clothes to make you feel special during this amazing time of your life.

For your chance to WIN simply comment below and tell us - 

Briefly describe your ideal nursing top?  As Australia's one stop destination for all your pregnancy and nursing fashion we'd love to know what sort of nursing top you'd most prefer.

So get writing below for your chance to win!  Good luck x



terms + conditions:
- entries close midnight 13 may 2013
- prize not redeemable for cash, not refundable
- winner announced 19 may 2013


Comments

Colette Haydon John | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I am always looking for the perfect nursing top. Something pretty and flattering in a fabric that isn't too tight or clingy. It needs to have large enough nursing access to easily manage in public, and enough drapey fabric for modesty. The Trimester nursing tanks are my current favourite, and if I won this voucher I'd love to try the Pomkin tops as they're so beautiful.
Erica Daniel | Sunday, 28 April 2013

is made of soft and stretchy jersey type material with an envelope layer at the empire line so the top part can lift up over the bottom part for easy and discrete access. Being able to feed quickly and discretely without having to battle to get a nipple to my baby's mouth means the world to me for both my own comfort and that of me babe's. :) xo
Lorna Anne Marquet | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I love breastfeeding and have nursed all three of my boys. I currently have a 10 week old. I would love nursing tops that suit my size which is roughly 8-10 I'm around 56kg. All nursing tops I've tried are too loose around my stomach. I like to look like I'm wearing every day tops.
Lauren Roberts | Sunday, 28 April 2013

One that is fashionable, comfortable and most of all functional. Not too many bells and whistles!
Peta Jauch | Sunday, 28 April 2013

One that is comfortable, stylish and discreet.
Tanya Clarke | Sunday, 28 April 2013

My favourite nursing tops are very much like the image above. My fav brand is boob. I love their nursing tops.
Loredana Schwartz | Sunday, 28 April 2013

A winter nursing top that: * is tight enough to wear under a jumper but not so tight as to reveal a post-baby tummy; * has a low-cut scoop neck so that it can't be seen under jumpers; * has soft comfortable fabric that washes well and dries quickly; * is sized to fit comfortably over a belly wrap; * has large enough nursing flaps so that it is easy to access and undo a nursing bra.
krystal Parada Mabey | Sunday, 28 April 2013

i like the idea of a loose crop top that stops under the breast ideal for lifting up to breastfeed with a halterneck tie up singlet over the top that is joined neatly at the back. so when you need to feed bub you just untie the sting behind your neck and lift the side you need and it will still be modest and cover you well. I hope that made sense
Lee | Sunday, 28 April 2013

Although I won't be nursing till September, I would LOVE a nursing top that is long enough. I have a fairly long torso and all the maternity tops I have worn so far tend to ride up. A beautiful, stretchy fabric that is very forgiving on the new bump and rolls would be nice too. In a pretty pink or purple color. So many maternity/nursing tops seem to come in boring colors!
Kate Skinner | Sunday, 28 April 2013

Fashionable but casual, comfortable, soft, allowing for easy and discreet feeding.
Angela Fort | Sunday, 28 April 2013

Cap sleeves with a round neck with an extra panel which you lift up to breast feed, available in all the fashionable colours
Sarah Sandow | Sunday, 28 April 2013

My idea of an ideal nursing top would be one that is stylish and slimming and doesnt look like maternity wear!!
Zoe Binger | Sunday, 28 April 2013

Something that has style and you can't notice where the opening would be until baby needs a feed, you should be able to nurse and still keep looking fashion forward
Krissi Roberts | Sunday, 28 April 2013

comfortable, easy to access, but also stylish - a mum needs to feel good about herself!
Alicia Cox | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I still love the nursing tops with the clips that you can flip down. So much easier to manage with a hungry wriggly baby.
Naomi Seabrooke | Sunday, 28 April 2013

stylish, discreet and magically hides the post baby bumps.
Amy mceill | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I want a nursing top in black with a singlet underlay with easy magnetic clips cute short sleeves which are a seperate layer to the singlet which meet in between the breasts like a shrug - giving you the comfort of nursing easily but not being over exposed and not looking too mumsy but instead cute casual and still thick enough to not expose all your new lumps and bumps to the world
Cara | Sunday, 28 April 2013

My ideal nursing top has a centre zipper to midway, is made from bamboo viscose and organic cotton and is bright coloured and patterned to disguise any incidental stains!
Megan Kennedy | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I personal like the nursing tops that have the most discrete openings or that the opening is part of the top ( like the RIPE jumper I have just ordered with the press studs down the sides). It looks really stylish and no one can tell it is a breastfeeding top. I want to feel stylish but still practical - they would be the two main elements I look for in a nursing top. Thanks :)
Samantha McLaren | Sunday, 28 April 2013

Love the nursing tops that lift up rather than pull aside or down. For example the style of the Amoralia Cloud9 Tee is awesome (love that the top section is as long as the under section). I'm also very fond of the Trimester Flounce top. And its important that the top is flowing rather than fitting - nothing worse than walking around feeling chubby and wobbly after having a baby.
Erin | Sunday, 28 April 2013

The ideal nursing top, for me, is not a maternity top. I've been In maternity clothes for so long, I just want to break free! It has to be made of cotton or bamboo or the like - a natural fibre, as bub will spend most of his day lying against it. I also prefer the tops that leave some material at the top of the chest when feeding - just so I don't feel so exposed. My baby will be a winter baby, so if I could get a blouson tunic (fitted so not to be a sack bag, but with room around the tummy) long enough so that I could just wear with tights, with side clips like the seraphina,, in a bamboo/cotton blend, I would buy one in every colour available and be a very happy mummy!
Jerrami Shaw | Sunday, 28 April 2013

My ideal nursing top would be one which is easily accessible but does not look like a nursing top. Something that's both fashionable and practical.
Lauren Wellington | Sunday, 28 April 2013

My ideal nursing top would not be a maternity top!! Once you're done being pregnant, you don't want to wear maternity clothes anymore, and sometimes the added bulk at the front can be too much. Beautiful natural fabrics (to combat the hot flushes!) and affordable so you can buy lots! :)
Sharron Jarvis | Sunday, 28 April 2013

Versitility is paramount to me. I love a nursing top that is form-fitting and can be worn from early to late pregnancy right through breastfeeding and still look great as an everyday women's top after its all over. I like it to be a great maternity top without looking like one. Neutrals are great because they can be mixed and matched and you don't get sick of them in a hurry. I had a nursing cami top with a built-in, cotton lined bra that was absolutely fantastic. It was black with black lace trim along the neckline/upper bustline. Very feminine. It had a stretchy, lusterous, silky finish to it - much like that of a petticoat but with a little more substance - just gorgeous. It always made me feel special. I wore it on its own and also under layering. It is still going strong 5.5 years later and I have worn it to death - through 2 pregnancies and almost 3 years of lactation. Can't get them anywhere anymore. I can only find cotton ones which don't look as pretty and don't hold onto their colour as well. Would love to see them on the market again. Would by another 2 in a heartbeat given the chance. Best nursing tops ever!!!
Megan | Sunday, 28 April 2013

Ideal nursing top would not be tight around the tummy, but be clever enough to hide that post bub bulge. Whether it be flowy, drapey, elasticated hem etc. When you've just had a baby and you are breastfeeding you don't want to be worried about how your tummy looks, along with everything else! As for access, just as long as you can feed bubs without having to expose that stretched stomach!
Tanya | Sunday, 28 April 2013

A top that is stylish, comfortable and does not look like a feeding top yet has easy access to feed discreetly anywhere anytime.
Helen | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I love classic pieces of clothing but occasionally want to dress them up with something on trend. However, my budget can't stretch to purchasing a 'throwaway' piece at the usual pricing of maternity wear. So I would like something cheap, cheerful, functional and easy to wash but not necessarily high quality (only because I'd have to compromise on something to get a lower price).
Kate Marshall | Sunday, 28 April 2013

A top that doesn't look like a strait jacket and prevents unnecessary boob flashing in public - something that looks modern and elegant yet manages to be fashionably functional as well.
Kim | Sunday, 28 April 2013

A comfortable top made from natural fibres (so is breathable and doesn't irritate my skin), but mostly something that fits in with the rest of my wardrobe that I can get a lot of wear out of for a year or so of nursing. I'm not pregnant anymore so tops that are all ruched and billowy just aren't flattering, and something that fits smaller bust sizes would be great.
Taryn | Sunday, 28 April 2013

Design wise, the double layer style of the Mama Feels Good tops I've bought from your site are great. I think they'd be enhanced by an offering of print free, on-trend bright colours or patterns. A light weight, good quality jersey is most practical, as they need to be easily washable. Price definitely needs to stay below $80.
Amy | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I can never understand why all the nursing tops are designed for a pregnant belly (and all the photos of nursing wear on your website have ladies who are pregnant!). While I am all for hiding the post baby bulge with fabric detailing, the extra fabric to accomodate a pregnant belly is very unflattering.
Lisa | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I love a breastfeeding top that I can wear with style and comfort. I love a top that looks great yet is functional at the same time. I love something that is affordable and has lovely soft material and a non maternity looking top cause once I've had the baby I don't want anything to do with my maternity wear! Getting back to normal is all part of the fun.
Melissa Marando | Sunday, 28 April 2013

My ideal nursing top would be comfortable, flattering for both breast and post baby tummy, supportive, available for all breast sizes and return to original shape once washed and still look good after many washes.
Emily | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I'm looking for nursing tops now, and would love options that are: - lose around the mid-section to cover my post-baby belly. - able to be layered, with a cardi over the top for warmth if needed. - fashionable design, so much jersey knit out there! - buttons or a drawstring neckline instead of hidden access behind pleats or excess fabric. - Under $100.
Jewel Jackson | Sunday, 28 April 2013

HI :) An ideal nursing top for me is one that: *Is not overly expensive as you need more than one *Fashionable :) *supportive *washes well / quality fabric *Quack Nursingwear really does a great job!!!
Heidi sherman | Sunday, 28 April 2013

A beautiful jade green with little sleeves in a soft but stretchy fabric, covering up my chest easily but also easy to get into to feeding. It would have silver embellishment around the neckline to distract bub while feeding,
Amy | Sunday, 28 April 2013

Although I am yet to begin nursing, I imagine a top that is comfortable without being clingy, fashionable yet functional and covers both mine and bubby's needs. That sounds ideal to me!
Cindy | Sunday, 28 April 2013

My ideal nursing top will have two layers so that I will be able to feed bub discreetly under the top layer. It will also keep me cool in summer and warm in winter.
Jenny | Sunday, 28 April 2013

I want to be able to nurse my daughter in style and comfort. Would love the top to be flattering and easy to discreetly nurse in. There's no better feeling than when I'm nursing my daughter :)
Katie Y | Sunday, 28 April 2013

A nursing top that is made from beautiful comfortable materials, is not loose or heavy and has concealed openings with easy feeding access.I also love those that are versatile which can be worn whilst pregnant or breastfeeding or both!
Arianne Jolly | Monday, 29 April 2013

In a word, functional. I need a loose jersey type material that stretches easily. Ample room in the opening to allow easy access, while placing no pressure on boob to prevent mastitis. It needs to look not like a nursing top, ie no obvious panel. Slightly fitted V neck are best. Also, able to go in the tumble dryer. Then I would buy in every colour available...
Anne-Marie Cameron | Monday, 29 April 2013

The ideal top is made from soft, stretch materials that wont lose its shape, has internal support and an opening that allows for discreet feeding without needing to lift the whole shirt.
Jade | Monday, 29 April 2013

My ideal top would be flowy, stretchy, super comfy and bright! I find most nursing tops are plain and as a mum I like to be bold and wear different colours to hide the sleepless nights I usually have!
Julia | Monday, 29 April 2013

My ideal top would be a top that is basic & comfortable but is in fashion . When I say this I mean I can't see why nursing tops can't look just like any tops in the current fashion magazines but just accommodate under the bust for easy access? I'd love to see bright colours & fun prints rather than boring dull colours & just stripes which is what is so common. To me it doesn't need to be discreet because this is a top I want to wear anytime & when I want privacy for me & bubs I can use a blanket or cardigan for that. Lets face it we are generally already tired & have a million things going on when we are nursing our babies so why can't we still look amazing & dress how we would when we aren't breastfeeding :0)
Rebecca Baker | Monday, 29 April 2013

I love a nursing top that lifts up like in the pic on this comp. I hate ones that are fiddly, or expose the whole breast, or the opening is super small and almost impossible. A lift up option provides some coverage which is great as i refuse to wear a cover ;) Also with the cross over pull all down style my babies like to let the milk run a little so my tops get all wet but this style doesn't do that. :) Also right about now i want long sleeves and warmth - i live in a cold climate and have NOTHING for this winter yet - eek!
Samantha | Monday, 29 April 2013

My ideal nursing top is one I can 'operate' with one hand while juggling a wriggly baby, nursing cover, bra clips and countless onlookers. The dream is to find a top in flattering colours that looks good with jeans, shorts or a skirt, gives you room around your belly without drowning you in fabric, can be thrown in the wash with all the baby clothes and affordable enough that you can have 10 of them without feeling guilty.
Shannon | Monday, 29 April 2013

I want a nursing top that is up to date with fashion trends and easy to use with a hungry baby wanting to feed at a moments notice. Not everyone looks good in the usual jersey fabric cross over top, and frankly that's what I see so many mums in, because there is nothing else. My favorite nursing top at the moment is an Esprit zippered sleeve jumper. It is edgy, it was great for maternity wear, easy access, comfortable, modest and so versatile.
Rachel T | Monday, 29 April 2013

As a new mum to be in 10 weeks I think my ideal nursing top would be one that looks good, is comfortable and easy to use....and affordable :)
Jacqui | Monday, 29 April 2013

The best nursing tops are the envelope style with a slit under the bust so easy, discreet and keeps your shoulders covered. They need to be stretchy so they are flattering as you lose your baby weight and colourful there is too many boring pastels and black in maternity wear.
Tanya W | Monday, 29 April 2013

My favourite nursing tops are usually sleeveless (I get so hot and sweaty especially when baby is feeding!)and super easy access, not dissimilar to the picture above, or a drop down feeding access style like the Lovable yummy mummy cami, which is a personal favourite that I often wear under normal or loose fashion tops for easy and discrete access minus the flabby belly exposure. :)
Sarah | Monday, 29 April 2013

The ideal top is one that doesn't look like a nursing top! Made from cotton or jersey with a bit of stretch for comfort and a bit of runching on the sides to disguise the loose belly. It should be fitted enough to still be fashionable and come in singlet, cap sleeve tee and a long sleeve version in a range of different colours to suit all seasons and tastes! If it can be worn on its own as well as under other tops and most importantly makes the mother feel comfortable and confident when nursing then its a winner for me!
Tara | Monday, 29 April 2013

Love to make the maternity top comfortable as possible and stretchy but also to look fashionable.
Laura Burnett | Monday, 29 April 2013

Soft, breathable, comfortable and stylish as a start. Natural fibers, not to close fitting to hide new tummys. Nursing access that is functional and discreet, that doesn't need lots of manipulation for ease in public. And finally, something that first scream nursing top, blends into the wardrobe without making me feel mumsy.
Ellie Sutcliffe | Monday, 29 April 2013

My ideal nursing top will make me feel like a beautiful Mum, not frumpy or dowdy. It will be kind and flattering to my post baby body, and made of fabric that is easy to clean on the run when little burping incidents occur. And, of course... it needs to be easy to nurse in!
Vanessa | Monday, 29 April 2013

Must be easy to maneuver, with good access. Also needs to be beautifully cut and tailored rather than tight. Ideally, nursing clothing should be about being functional AND beautiful.
Martine Follett | Monday, 29 April 2013

Functional yet fashionable, soft bamboo fabric and preferably no stripes!
Stephanie | Monday, 29 April 2013

Good, quick access - ideally with no fiddly buttons. Zips or hidden folds are great! Machine washable because new mums have no time to handwash! Stylish (nice cut and material) and comfortable.
Stacey W | Monday, 29 April 2013

My perfect nursing top consists of a hidden nursing access to keep my stomach and back covered. Empire styling and soft side ruching to flatter my post-partum figure and ultra feminine colours in breathable fabrics to help me stay comfortable in a warm climate.
Jenny Tiffen | Monday, 29 April 2013

I like the chest to be low cut as my rack looks great full of milk (only time I even have boobs is pregnant / bf!), plus takes eyes away from my recovering belly. I like current popular colours! Country Road and like brands always seem to have the 'now' colours and I love them - so if neon pastels are the go.... I want that colour... Not navy! Plus I think the upper feeding section that somehow allows access so we don't have to display our jelly belly or baby back phat, could be a little thicker/padded in case you are a leaky mummy. Nothing worse than leaving cafe with milk patches on chest. So embarrassing!! I'd never buy a grey top for this reason. I'm tall... I like a fair bit of length in bf tops as I hate muffin top / too short tops. Women dress for women and undress for men. Keep the tops girly! X
Ami S | Monday, 29 April 2013

The perfect nursing top would remember that when breastfeeding we've just had a baby, so not too clingy or tight around the left over baby belly! They also need to allow enough room to actually get your breast out of the 'discreet' 'boob hole'!! I love love love the nursing singlets that have the clips on the shoulder. :)
Emma | Monday, 29 April 2013

My ideal nursing top is the one pictured above!!! A beautiful flattering cut, stylish and doesn't look like your typical maternity top and so easy and practical for nursing!
Sharna Cansdell | Monday, 29 April 2013

Being able to breastfeed my two sons was a really beautiful experience & I look forward to feeding baby number three, who is due in September. However, I have found that some breast feeding tops can make you feel dawdy. It would be bliss to open my wardrobe and grab a feeding top that was practical yet made me feel young, vibrant & funky!! And of course, a touch of glamour never goes astray. I'll leave the design specifics to the experts! Thank you, Sharna
Natasha | Monday, 29 April 2013

I'd love to find an easy to access top, designed for breastfeeding that does not have the rouching for the pregnant belly! Something that is designed for those of us who continue to breastfeed long after our baby bellies have disappeared! I also like the ones with inbuilt breast support. A top that either has inbuilt "leaky pads" or a pouch to keep them in so they don't move or fall out for those of us that leak everywhere would be nice too!!! ;-)
Bec | Monday, 29 April 2013

Something that makes me feel confident that I can feed bubs easily and confident that I look nice. Can't ask for much more!
Alia | Monday, 29 April 2013

One thats comfortable, fashionable, and thats elegant for mums. Padded to reduce leakage but still support the breast. :)
Kelly | Monday, 29 April 2013

My ideal nursing top takes into consideration mothers who need to express too. It needs to open widely enough to allow a pump, or for hand expressing - I hate having to undress to express!
Hennley | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top is stylish yet extremely comfortable, long lasting, doesn't show milk stains, with plenty of coverage - yet with easy-access for baby to nurse. I've tried a brand called Boob and their basic tops are amazingly comfy and just the right amount of coverage. Wish you would carry the range here! :)
Lori Abell | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top is warm (for Hobart's chilly winter!) and made of natural material; ideally wool. I normally wear lots of wool in winter and it's a shame to have to wear polyester just because I'm breastfeeding...
Natalie | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

The top that makes me look like a New York IT girl but, makes me feel like the goddess mother - that is the kind of a nursing top I am looking for.
Melissa | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

One that is cute and simple. Something that when you are wearing it people are surprised that it is actually a nursing top :)
katrina | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

something flattering to all sizes, i am petite so need somthing not too long through the torso and from the shoulders to underarms. something that doesnt look like a nursing top, it has to flatter a post baby bump but not look like a maternity top, and it needs to have big enough access to the breast for comfortable feeding. also it would be good to have something for mums of multiples who may tandem feed, so something still stylish but that can expose both breasts when required.
Alys | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Would really enjoy having some nursing tops that make me feel vibrant, stylish and mummalicious. However same the same time allow accessibility and support. This is my first pregnancy and I am looking forward to all the joys of having a little one.
Maree | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top does not double up as a maternity top and is one that does not look like a nursing top! I like hidden zips or press studs that look like part of the top's design. It would be comfortable and be able to be dressed up or down.
Hollie | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I would love a nursing top that looks fashionable and not boring, even one with a funky pattern or something. Well hidden compartments so it looks like a regular top with some secrets! The feel of fabric is also very important to me, I love soft flowy material that doesn't make you itch and is super comfy to wear. You want to be able to cover a post baby bump but not feel like your wearing something that makes you look bigger than you are and frumpy.:)
Melissa Zammit | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I LOVE THE RANGE OF NURSING TOPS BY QUEEN BEE,THEY ARE STYLISH,GREAT QUALITY AND LOOK SO VERY COMFORTABLE..WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS PRIZE FOR MOTHERS DAY
Claire | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Easy access with minimal fuss, super soft fabric so its gentle on bubs skin and a beautiful colour that makes feeding a fashionable breeze.
Raheema Ahmad | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I ideal top would be something u can manage with one hand yet be in fashionable colours and materials . No one wants to look daggy yet it has to be easy to feed the little one any where any time and not so you are hanging out everywhere either ..... Mummy friendly !
Donna West | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

easy access but still sylish and fashionable
Terri Miller | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I have never used a nursing top, I have always just worn normal tops with a nursing singlet so my stomach is not exposed while feeding. This would be a great opportunity to win a fantastic prize from Queen Bee Maternity to try the Nursing tops!!!
Suzie Elo | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A stylish top that not only a pregnant woman can wear but also wearable for your girlfriends, quality stretchy fabric and stylish patterns would draw attention away from the bust area.
Carly Maloney | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I love a top that looks like its not a nursing, with hidden access and that keeps your tummy covered but still fashionable.
Mary Octoman | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

a top which is easy to wash and wear, discreet but not too many layers.
Anita Iyengar | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Soft and feminine, a top that looks like any other top but has the hidden advantage of being a nursing top. Convenience is key, I just breastfeed my little girl until her 2nd birthday.
Sharon | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Thé ideal nursing top will be feminin flattering as well as practical.
Trine Holst | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I'd really love a sexy, stylish & comfortable nursing top but I live in the nursing bra singlets but would love a new change
Erica | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Soft, romantic, flattering, comfortable - and doesn't look like a nursing top! Hides imperfections, doesn't show wet spots and easy care. Too much to ask!?
Debra Green | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I'm finding it so hard to find the perfect nursing top. I want a top that's classy yet casual enough to wear everyday with easy access for breast feeding. It has to be available in nice colors and not boring black or grey. I don't like them too tight across the tummy either. I love a lot of the pregnancy clothes you do but sadly they don't function as nursing tops either
Michaela | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Living in a hot climate I can spend all my time in nursing singlets. I love the bonds range - a comfortable shelf bra is a necessity. Would love to see some other necklines, prints and colours. Nursing tops should be comfortable and DURABLE. They need to withstand being machine washed and tumble dried a lot and still last forever.
Jasmine G | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top would be practical, yet stylish. One that is fit for purpose and can be done so with ease, buy doesn't sacrifice fashion or style. If it attracts comments of how lovely it looks (from a non- nursing/pregnant woman) then it's a style success, in my opinion. :-)
Lee | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Pretty colour, easy access for bub, not clingy material and one that skims over my flabby muffin top!
Erin | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

As a new mum I found it to be a huge challenge to find a nursing top or outfit that was flattering, stylish and practical. I want my nursing tops to make me feel fashionable and be on trend, whilst still camouflaging my less than toned post pregnancy figure. My pet hate is breastfeeding tops that still make me look pregnant and tops that are not in keeping with the fashion of that particular season!
Leah | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

The ideal breastfeeding top is one that is not designed for pregnancy as well, as the tummy area is baggy now on a lot of my tops as my uterus has gone down. I also wish I had a top like one of the breastfeeding dresses that I have where the top layer lifts up along the whole of the top. I feel when the breasts are separated by stitching at the breastbone, it restricts being able to have a large opening at the beginning of a feed to get baby latched on. That Octopus feeling of needing 8 arms to get baby latched on whilst being that controversial "discreet" is what happens most of the time!
Rebecca Bryant | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Something appealing that doesn't scream "I've just had a baby and I'm breast feeding" something flattering yet comfortable. But most importantly something that doesn't require trying to get my boob out of a straight jacket.
Melanie Simpson | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I would love a nursing top that is not a maternity top, unless you are feeding your other children whilst pregnant, it doesn't need to be both. I personally breastfed my first son for much longer than I was pregnant and I intend to do so with my 7 wk old son now so I'm happy to invest in a great versatile, classic top. Material thick enough not be transparent or super clingy but with shape, have access to feed without exposing whole breast at the top or stomach at the bottom, be a little longer line to hip length too. I would love a wider range of nursing jumpers, hoodies etc as it is difficult in the cooler months to have to lift up or remove your jumper to get to your nursing top!
Jenna | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A nursing top, that's easy to pop, is what I like to make me bop!!
Joanna Cooper | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I would love a fashionable top to suit smaller busts that allows for discreet and easy access but also allows for the use of nursing pads. I find inside panels difficult to keep out of the way while feeding and they end up getting soaked from leakage.
Lauren W | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A V neck in super stretch fabric would be awesome! Please, please patterns and fun fabric design (so many tops are solid colours - boring, or stripes - too pregnancy!) And for a crazy idea, how about a military style shirt with large pockets over the breast that when you unbutton and flip up, voila...access!!
Gena Brooks | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Short sleeve/sleeveless, nice colour which you can wear with anything and definitely a good length (not too short) especially because don't want it to ride up when bending over to pick up bubby. I have breastfed my 2 girls and didn't spend the money on any great feeding tops so would love to with number 3 on the way :)
Cindy Trigwell | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top is where the access in underneath the boob... Making it alot more private :)
Clair Hogg | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Being a new mama, I want a nursing top that doesn't look like I'm pregnant- I want to look like a hot mamma!! The nursing top has to have easy access all areas for my little VIP while maintaining a discreet facade for the public. Finally it needs to feel like I am wearing my "home girl" trackies- after being up all night this mamma wants to pretend she's still in bed while perusing nappies at the shops.
Jess | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

As a first time mummy i want something that's discreet enough for visiting father-in-law's but something that is user friendly while i get the gang of things. maintaining a fashionable edge is important, in modern colours- no need to be boring just because it is functional as well! I want cute enough to meet friends for coffee with just the right amount of stretch and give for the days when I am not feeling all that comfortable with my ever changing body.
Vanessa | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Something versatile, flattering, stylish, discreet and comfortable, like a simple black or white tank.
Emma Deeg | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I'd love to find a nursing top that had a bit of flare! Most of the tops I have qqseen are very plain and dull! I'd love something with discreet access that incorporates some embellishment or boho glam! At the moment, feeding my 2week old son I usually resort to a nursing singlet or bra with tank under a batwing knit or t-shirt so I can still bring in a bit of my own style rather than constantly wearing plain block colours.
Katie Walmsley | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top is a 2 in 1 top. A singlet that is tight and sculpting over the tummy and breasts to provide support and hide the more unflattering side of postnatal life. The singlet needs clips for easy access and then a soft, flowy feminine top over the top. My opinion is no one wants to look like they have just had a baby.
Meagan Playford | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

It does not matter if it pulls up or down as long as you remain as discreetly covered while you are feeding. A soft fabric that can be adjusted is ideal and a flattering design for post pregnancy tummy is a must. I would like to get the most out of my top and be able to wear it through pregnancy and beyond preferably in a 'dress it up or down' way.
Ashley Smyth | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I would love a nursing top that doesn't also double as a maternity top - ie not hugely baggy or stretchy around the tummy area. I would something like a tunic, that would look great with skinny pants, and that doesn't have that "nursing top" look (ie the seam/opening right under the bust!).
Sarah Flynn | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I love my quack nursing hoodie. So anything like that is a winner for me.
Mel | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Something with sass and bide style but the ease and comfort of nom or one in the oven. No more frumpy flouncy frufru !!!
Marina | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Comfortable (not tight), cotton/bamboo cotton, with top opening as well as bottom for discreet access, with ruffles or something of the like so you cannot distinguish breast pad lines under bra and colours that hide stains,(predominantly posseting), quite well.
Gali Lawrence | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A pretty top with 2 layers-the bottom layer being cotton with clip down access for bub and the top layer being a light chiffon fabric with easy to undo buttons. The chiffon layer on top would be gathered with elastic at the waist to provide a flattering waist for the post pregnancy wobble but be fitted enough to be flattering and show off the newly (ish!) acquired waist! Perhaps with some lace detail round the shoulders and in a beautiful colour-perhaps royal blue or mint green..... The top could go with shorts, jeans, a skirt and would be sleeveless as breast feeing can be warm stuff and a cardi can always be added. It would be lovely to have something feminine and pretty to celebrate the beauty of breastfeeding.
Sonya Schinck | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I love any nursing wear that look like everyday clothing, can accommodate the slowly shrinking belly while working a year on from delivery, and isn't fiddly to access. Simple fastenings and casually fashionable without paying a fortune would be wonderful.
Alinta | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A top that makes feeding accessible and discreet while keeping me covered enough for the rest of the day without looking like I work at hooters with my now ginormous breasts. Keeps my suddenly wobbly tummy under wraps and embraces the fact that I now have a waist again - finally!! Not asking too much surely? ;)
Bernie | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Stylish, comfort and practical!
Melissa Whitehead | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A nursing top needs to be fashionable and functional. The last thing a new Mum wants is a tight fitting top which most nursing tops are.....something that flows over the stomach but has structure is perfect.
Angela Raphael | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A shirt that has easy access and you don't feel naked when you feed. Also a shirt that is not a maternity top and is trendy. Sorry, don't ask for much. :o)
Shari Walz | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I just love nursing my son who is almost 9 months old so I would a nursing top to have easy access with large opening pockets, stretching fabric for comfort & a slim fit for after you lose the baby weight so you look & feel like your normal self. A $500 voucher would be amazing and help me with my next pregnancy so much.
Sharis Amos | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top would be something soft and feminine. A top that could pull up from under the breast instead of down off the breast. Definitely something with colour, that can be worn, and look good with a range of bottoms, shorts, jeans, skirts etc. Comfort and breathable fabric would be ideal too.
Skye Ollington | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I love the descreat access slits in the t-shirts as it gives easy access. The t-shirt is also comfy and this design keep your back and tummy covered love it. I have breast fed for 14 years nine wonderful children and this is my favorite place to bye clothes from the comfort of my couch while feeding. Thanks for your great clothes Skye
Keryn Marshall | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A top that is super stylish but is comfortable and nice and discreet
Mim | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

One that is practical, pretty, flattering on an 'I just had a baby belly!', discreet and without big clasps that everyone can see. Finally - one that suits smaller breasted women!
Kellie Hooper | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Jersey fabric for comfort, structured so that it hangs loose but flatters to make you feel like you have a waist again (also easy to wash),, v-neck to flatter the bust line. 3/4 sleeves, always a winner, in a lovely navy blue colour.
Angela | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A perfect nursing top to me is one that is stylish and comfortable, Quick and easy access whilst keeping discreet. Available in many colours and trendy patterns.
Josie Jurado | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I would love something trendy, fashionable for an evening out. Light fabric such as bamboo that keeps the post baby belly discreetly covered. Easy lift boob access panel that's roomy so baby isn't fighting material and then leaving a milky wet patch on the fabric. A nice neckline too, flatter the newer bigger assets ;)
Johanna Pemberton | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I bought a great nursing top in Singapore after my first baby - 5 years ago. It still looks good (not stretched and misshapen) and I even wear it when I'm not pregnant or breastfeeding. Important factors - good quality, pretty colour (not grey!), easy care, simple but discreet access.
Elle Halliday | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A top that is functional and convenient yet allows you to still feel wonderful as it compliments you and anything you wear with it.
Tamaryn Townshend | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A top that allows me to feel good after months of feeling large and unattractive. It would be soft and feminine, fitted around the bust but not clingy around the stomach area. Made in such a way that the elastic doesn't start to sag where the top gets pulled away to breastfeed. The ability to breastfeed discreetly without exposing too much breast tissue.
Adelle Cimarosti | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top would be black, soft flowy fabric, with a lift panel that was tight enough under the bust to not creep up or look like a maternity top. It would have an inbuilt bra with extra padding to avoid the need to wear extra padding for leakage. It would look great with jeans or comfy trackies.
Alison | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Bamboo or silk blended with cotton. Soft. Coloured. (I'm sick of black, white, grey!) and easy one handed access.
Dharshi | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Hi my ideal breastfeeding/nursing top is one that meets the following criteria: 1. looks great and is fitted at the sides but not at the stomach because it is taking some time for the mid section to get back its natural shape 2. That opens from the top down in the same way the nursing bra does so that I can move the top and unclip the bra 3. and finally it should have some extra material to cover the breast for discreet feeding.
Renae Schreiber | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top is trendy and comfortable.. Looks like any other everyday top. Hard to tell its s nursing top. Has a wide enough opening to easily manage in public without showing to much... Would love something other than pink or grey all the time...
Sussanah Willis | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Quite simply, you (my ideal nursing top) are comfortable, stylish, modern, and celebrate my ever changing figure. You consider modesty in your accessibility, without making it complicated. You sit in the mid-section of fashion - that is, not dressy, and not backyard....I can wear you when I need to, and choose from different fabrics to add to my wardrobe, and captivate a sense of pride in what I wear, even though I may have gone without sleep, without food, and without my morning coffee...or shower for that matter. Thank you!! dear nursing top!
Sarah | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

As someone who has breastfeed her children till 18months old I will continue to wish for a breastfeeding top for a fit, trim, woman. I love the Trimester™ - Gabrielle Nursing Tank Top I just wish they made it as a form fitting post pregnancy singlet. Why do all breastfeeding tops have to have ruching or loose and flowy? Sure there are only twelve women who have said this is important to them but we are out there and we get stuck with frumpy, loose, daggy, Breastfeeding tops. Lets make a few bright, form fitting, breastfeeding tops for a change :)
Lisa | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

The thing I want most in a nursing top is one that makes me feel glamorous. Breastfeeding is an important job and one of the best thing women can do for our children, but it can also get messy when bub starts screwing around on the boob. So if I am in public, at least if I feel good in the top I am wearing I can forget the milk and vomit stains.
Lauren Paproth | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

To not obviously be a nursing top, easy access, comfortable and the material to somehow drape once your feeding to maintain modesty. Also all round be flattering and somewhat fitted but not too clingy for post baby tummy!
fran | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

An ideal feeding top is one that has an easy access for feeding but also looks stylish and is crease free for the modern mother.
Lidya Yulianti | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top is: - cover my tummy and keeps it warm in cool weather - easy clip on for easy access to breastfeed - adjustable straps - V-shape instead of round as the round ones tend to stretch - stylish so when I wear it out, i still feel and look confident - it has built-in shapewear so my mummy tummy is well supported - soft, absorbent fabric
Tayla | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Lets start with the neckline - with slim tank-style straps wide enough to conceal your maternity bra (I dislike a built-in bra because let's face it we're all different in that department!) with a round neckline. It would be fitted over the bust, with a little gathering in between, and have a double layer so that you could discretely seperate the layers to feed, one side at a time. From the bust down the top would be rouched the whole way around. Made in a type of fabric that is luxurious, thick and stretchy, it could be worn during pregnancy (should the mother-to-be choose but with a focus on being worn post-partum for feeding) and after to provide the right amount of support & flattery. The rouching would allow the top to be of generous length but adaptable for every height as you could slightly 'scrunch' the bottom of the top up to suit. I would love this top in black, white and a gorgeous champagne colour!
Claire Taylor | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Along with comfort, elegance and ease of use, I would like to see a top with a difference: With the constant deluge of snide looks that nursing mothers must endure when nursing their babies in public, I would like to see a nursing top that helps us to "fight back" (in the nicest way possible). How about a top, which when being used for nursing, has an optional flap to delicately place over the baby's head that reads: "If you don't like it, don't look." or perhaps: "Warning! Nature happening here!"
Jen | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

A great nursing top is one I feel beautiful in. I love the uniqueness & quality of a good nursing top. It does need to be functional & comfortable , and one that can be dressed up or down. Queen Bee brands never compromise on quality & beauty which is essential for me when investing in nursing garments.
Erin | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

The best one is the Trimester- Dreamsicle Nursing Top. Its cute, modern, in fashion and its fantastic to wash. No need to be precious with it, which is a bonus for a new mum!
Tamika | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My perfect nursing top is soft jersey drape top with flattering print to hide the messiness of motherhood, the bits of spew dribble an others as well as the accidental leaks!
Samantha Dickerson | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top would include a padded shelf bra to avoid having to unclip a bra and a top, when my baby wants feeding she hates waiting for me to get through layers of clothing. Padding helps to give a nice shape and hide the nursing pads underneath.
Michelle Pozzi | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top is a boob tube style with a padded shelf bra. Less material to deal with is best. A quick top that you can pull down, not have to mess about with to feed your baby would be best. And of course it would need to look great!!!!!!
Annina | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I love a nursing top that is not too big and loose (I don't need a tent!), but is elegant, flattering and pretty. I love bright colours and a beautiful print, which would also hide milk stains and other mess. It should also be bra-friendly and easy to use.
Catherine | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Quick easy entry so that my hungry munchkin doesn't have to wait too long for his tucker; Discreet access so that I can get him on the boob without showing too much of it, and can maintain (or swiftly recover!) my modesty when he inevitably gets distracted; Dark soft stretchy fabric to hide the leaks, squirts and dribbles when I forget to put in nursing pads (which is most of the time really) and which accomodates my fluctuating assets; Versatile, flattering styling, to take me from the house, to a cafe, to the park, and maybe even to an (early nowadays!) dinner, with a quick change of accessories. Self cleaning ... One can only dream ;) But seriously, durable, machine washable and definatley no ironing required!
Tanya | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My dream nursing top would be a tunic top, empire line with soft gathers dropping from the empire flattering post pregnancy tummy and hips. Soft cap sleeve, fitted bust, empire line access for feeding. Scoop neck line that flatters the neckline but not too low to be busty. :)
Amy Kimber | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Simple, stylish and discreet nursing :-)
Lauren Osborne | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My idea breastfeeding top doesn't look like a nursing top! But, without looking like a nursing top, it would have easy access to unclip my bra, not feel too bulky while I'm feeding, and not be too low cut when I'm not feeding. It would be available in a range of colours, preferably dark colours to hide the grubby marks left by little people! I wonder if the MamaFeelsGood tees might meet all my criteria, and look forward to finding out!
Adele Roach | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

One that is stylish, comfortable, and doesn't look like a nursing top.
Felicity kippin | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

My ideal nursing top would be stylish and flattering. A top that does not look like a nursing top, but instead has discreet or funky openings, yet are functional allowing for a quick latch on. Not too tight and clingy yet not frumpy. It should also not have rouching for a pregnant belly as I'm no longer pregnant. I am now a woman who is a mum to a beautiful baby and therefore do not really want to be wearing maternity clothes any longer, but stylish clothing that allows me to breast feed my baby discreetly, confidently and lovingly while looking fabulous!
Louise K | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

The perfect nursing top for me is one that doesn't look like a nursing top! It would be made from a comfortable and easy wash and wear fabric, come in great colours and have a bit of style. The nursing access should be easy to use and provide complete discretion. I recently purchased a Ripe Maternity Embrace nursing top from Queenbee and I really love it.
Amy Bainbridge | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Something that offers support but discretion at the same time. Perhaps that can be worn through pregnancy and throughout breast feeding and through body changes, ideally staying in shape through this phase.
Katarzyna | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

my ideal nursing top would be nice and lose at the belly, easy to breast feed in as well
Natasha | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

I have breast fed all 5 of my children and expecting my 6th in august, I have never been able to find any comfortable, easy and discreet cloths that enable me to feed at any time and to also look fashionablenwould be great!
Emaly | Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Comfort is most important followed by the look and style. When I buy a nursing top ill be looking for something that doesn't ride or hitch up, a sweet neckline, nothing to showy and a pretty bright colour - it's important to be able to look in the mirror and smile!
Jodie Lynch | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

The perfect top is flattering to a full décolletage, a colour that promotes happiness, doesn't require ironing and is easy to use.
Leanne James | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

A great nursing top should be able to provide the following: Comfort and practicality - to both Mum and bub- with no elements / materials / embellishments on the top which could scratch either one. Support - being both fitted and flattering in all the right places (I.e flattering around the mid-section, but being fitted in the shoulders and neckline as a true size, allowing the wearer to feel they have 'shape' and not feel like they are wearing an item which may be making them look 'bigger'. Discretion - the opportunity to be able to breastfeed in public without having to show large amounts of skin - either breast, stomach or back would be very reassuring. Stylish - a great nursing top which can be found in many different colours and patterns, even long and short sleeve lengths, allowing women to be able to mix up their wardrobes and provide different outfit alternatives. Price - the price is very important also. Having a new baby often means most families move to a single income so there is often not a lot extra and price plays a big part when selecting a new purchase.
Natasha | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

The perfect nursing top is one that has a couple of layers, including a bra insert and cover. It is stylish and is keeping in trend with latest fashion, has easy access from the top and is made from soft, easy care fabric. Generally pretty much all the items Queen Bee stocks, which is why I only purchase from Queen Bee!
Tarnya Allen | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Firstly, you tend to nurse long after your tummy has gone down following the birth and are keen to get back Intto normal sized clothes. So a maternity top that looks like a normal top is great. Secondly, it's nice to be able to feed discretely in public without the need for a scarf so a clever modesty panel is important. Lastly, nursing clothes can be feminine and funky without the need for frills and heaps of gathers which are not too flattering when you are trying to get your body back.
Jodi | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

The perfect nursing top meets the needs of mother and baby by ticking these six boxes: • Fashionable • Versatile • Comfortable • Easy care • Allows for discreet nursing • Easy access
Christie George | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

I like a loose fitting top as you don't want something tight showing off your post baby belly... Covered on the chest and easy access. Pretty sleeves that end half way down your arm. As I'm tall its nice to have a long top, covering all the right places.
Jean Lim | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Ideal nursing top would be: 1. Easily worn with skirts and pants 2. Fitted & flattering cut, but not tight 3. Easy access for nursing, without too much adjusting 4. Made of soft, comfortable fabric 5. Can withstand wash after wash 6. Comes in a range of colours & prints 7. Affordable
jennifer | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Softest fabric (maybe bamboo?)with cap sleeves - can be pattern or solid. V-neck with wrap panels on each side for easy access - the wrap is reversible so that one side can always be tied up and covered. fitted around bottom of breasts, flared to just below waistline.
Stephanie | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

I would love to see something for winter that looks like a normal top, has a layer that lifts up for modesty, and a hole that isn't too small for easy access.
Alison Wiltshire | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Soft pretty fabrics, in feminie styles with easy access - like the one pictured. Printed fabrics are great too because they are less likely to make me look like I've entered a wet T shirt competition after a messy feed!
Alison Wiltshire | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Soft pretty fabrics, in feminie styles with easy access - like the one pictured. Printed fabrics are great too because they are less likely to make me look like I've entered a wet T shirt competition after a messy feed!
IZABELA | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Stylish yet comfortable. Also not being too obvious that its a nursing top.
Kim P | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

I'd love something soft with natural even organic fibers. Nice loose fit that is stylish and easy to breastfeed with.
Sofia O'Sullivan | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

something comfortable with easy access and looks good!
Loretta M | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

I would love a slimming nursing top that isn't made of tight, clingy fabric. I like the idea of the tops that look like they have layers/tiers with the nursing panel discretely hidden. Printed fabric in trendy colours would be great so that they can be teamed up with a plain colour bottom (i.e. black pants or jeans).
Leesa Finch | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

I think an ideal nursing top needs to be slimming and modern. It is so hard to find stylish nursing tops. Also, the addition of a pocket where you can insert washable breast pads would be super.
Suzanne B | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

I'm one to wear conservative clothing without looking like an old grannie! Loose fitting but still follow the contours of my body so that I don't look like I'm wearing a bag. I've found tops that allow easy access and one that provides privacy from all angles are the BEST. Layers are great, providing they're arent too many! Its not easy getting the girls out in public as it is, so to feed a screaming baby whilst trying to get all the frills out of the way or you have to deal with buttons or zips, it doesnt work for me. The vintage look is flattering on nearly all pregnant and nursing women so something that has an elegance is my style.
Samantha | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

My favourite nursing dress (I bought from Queen Bee) is one of the 'Dote' brand dresses.This dress has breast access through the armhole so once fed the dress easily falls back into place and there was no way anyone could tell I was wearing a breastfeeding dress. I breastfed both of my children for a few years (and plan to do the same with the one I'm brewing), way beyond the looking pregnant stage, so nursing tops that are stylish and funky that can adapt to varying stomach sizes is important. Built in bras and cleavage showing tops didn't work for me with leaky lopsided boobs. So in conclusion..a stylish, adjustable (or elasticised), armpit feeding, non-cleavage showing top that I would want to wear even when I done procreating would be great, thank you. I think I've just designed my very own range! I'm proud of all these mothers who have written in...three cheers for breastfeeding!!! p.s. I even got asked by my much younger, trendy, sister-in-law if she could borrow my 'Dote' dress and she was rather embarrassed when I told her about it's extra special function! lol.
Luisa W | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

The ideal nursing top should be, Accessible, beautiful and of course comfy, With so many to choose I don’t know where to start, I’d like a top which feels soft to add to my cart, In a range of colours so I can buy more With a forgiving shape while I work on my core! Some pretty touches to make me feel great And easy access, so I don’t get in a state But where I could I find something so ‘me’? Oh, that’s right, I’ll have a look on Queenbee
felicity H | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

my ideal nursing top would be one that doesnt look like a nursing top. a fashionable top i find alot of maternity/nursing wear is plain and boring something fun and bright would be great! also comfy :)
Marijana Rogic | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

The ideal nursing top would be in a basic colour for maximum wear e.g black, white, grey because let’s face it, we live in the nursing tops for long enough to get easily frustrated with the minimum wardrobe. It has to be in a comfy material, I like cotton best with a little bit of elastic stretch in it. It would have to be a slightly lose fit around the stomach compared to the top half (after having a baby I felt very insecure about my stomach) and it needs to be long enough to cover top buttons of pants or zips. Again just after having a baby your properly squeezing into your old jeans that won’t do up. A wide neckline for easy access (the breast to come out of the top of the neckline rather than underneath (I always found that most comfortable when breastfeeding). And here comes the fancy, famine bit.. add clips at the back of the neck where you could attach printed, floral, even designer scarfs on. The scarf would be designed to clip on the back of the neck line and of course cover the top part of your breast while feeding. You could create a range of basic, plain tops with beautiful scarfs as accessories making your nursing wardrobe even bigger without having to wear the same top over and over again. My ideal nursing top in a nutshell.
Courtenay H | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

The perfect nursing top has to be every new mothers hollay grail. It needs to be soft and comfortable, comfortable enough that you can fall asleep on the couch wearing it at any time (because this will happen) and feel like your in pajamas. It needs to wash well, over and over again. It can't cling or be too revealing. it must make you feel cute and put together. Importantly - it shouldn't look like a nursing top!
Ester | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

My ideal wouldn't be called a nursing top but 'The Wonder Top'. It would provide discreet nursing access (not pull aside, thank you!) like a lot of great brands already do, but its main function would be to scream "YUMMY MUMMY!" louder than a hungry baby. A cleverly cut neckline would flaunt the right curves whilst detracting attention from a post baby tummy flattered by forgiving fabric in the latest colour trend.
Alice Ackerman | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

The perfect nursing top already exists! Peek-a-boo do an awesome nursing top and same style in a dress and I found it on queen bee.com thank you queenbee!! The top is great because its made out if viscose/Lycra so stretches for any shape/size, does not look like a nursing bra at all and washes fantastically. It's also great for the fuller breasted woman (that really goes for all of us when we're nursing) because it doesn't exentuate the bust in anyway. I love it! I no longer am breast feeding and I still wear it, the colours are great. I would buy this nursing style top if it came in a fitted singlet and loose tank style in a natural (cotton) fabric (I live in Qld so very hot). If I won the voucher I would buy this style top for my sister who is expecting in june 2013
Meg | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

I say keep it simple (no need to iron or wash separately etc.), make it so that it doesn't look like a bulky maternity top and use nice comfy fabric. :)
Jane Langley | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

My perfect nursing top is something that's young and funky, my life doesn't stop just because I'm breast feeding, so it needs to have good coverage to give me the confidence to feed in public! I like the double layered tops that lift from the hem, as opposed to the tops that have a side opening, this provides better coverage for my tummy, and breast! Also comming into the cooler weather his provides an extra layer without the bulk so it's still easier to wear a baby sling!
Leanne | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

The perfect nursing top for me often doesn't even look like one! Stylish and colourful with simple access. I love many of the ones by Quack. I lived in them pre and post natally.
Irina | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

I'd love to have a top which is stylish and flattering when belly is back to flat. A lot of women breastfeed their children up to 1 year or longer, and they don't need all that extra fabric and ruching. Quality fabric and more interesting prints and bright colours would be great!
Sharnee Commins | Wednesday, 1 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is flattering and comfortable, made of natural fibers so as not to promote sweating, no polyester!!! I love a feeding top that is subtle and not obviously maternity or nursing wear. An ideal feeding top wouldn't come down too low at the bust and accommodate a fuller bust wearing maternity bras that come up quite high and are often unfortunately exposed. Something with a print would be refreshing rather than just block colours. A nursing top that is not skin tight, something that hides the additional baby weight you may still be carrying.
Emily Spurr | Thursday, 2 May 2013

Comfortable, easy access is important, but i hate the tops that are too low cut so you are constantly hoiking them up so you don't expose your bra! Something you don't have to layer a tank underneath to prevent accidental breast exposure is ideal. Soft natural fibers are a must- they won't smell and wear better. A Flattering cut is also important - something that lets you feel comfortable with your post baby shape - not to tight and cut/tailored well.
Rk | Thursday, 2 May 2013

An extremely comfortable soft cotton material that is not too tight or clingy with hidden side zips for easy access. No low necklines so as to allow for coverage of the bust. Double lined is useful too so leaks go undetected;) washing machine safe to be able to wash often.
Jodie Mamic | Thursday, 2 May 2013

My ideal nursing top has to have it all!! Style, comfort and affordability!! It has to make you look and feel like a million dollars without costing it!!
GH | Thursday, 2 May 2013

The fabric would be lovely soft cotton, the fit would be firm but not tight, the neck would be rounded not V neck and would not show cleavage, and it would have a hidden opening, either in singlet style or short sleeves, and colour would be black, camel, or navy.
Leah | Thursday, 2 May 2013

I would love a nursing top with an alarm built in to signal when your bits aren't tucked away properly. That would save some embrassment for me and the lovely courier who delivered a parcel to me after a rushed feed one afternoon. No more nips nipping in the wind.
Lynda | Thursday, 2 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is one which embraces my new motherly figure. It needs to be comfortable, practical, feminine yet flattering.
Penelope Frost | Thursday, 2 May 2013

An option to get nursing tops that don't double as maternity wear - and so have a good fit when I'm still breastfeeding 9 months after giving birth.
Melissa Davis | Thursday, 2 May 2013

I would adore a nursing top that was practical but still fashionable and not the same old cross over design at the front that you find in the 'usual' stores, that aren't flattering or stylish at all!! Something considered fashion and maternity wear!
Sarah White | Thursday, 2 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would need to make a statement for public feeding - yeah, I'm breastfeeding, DEAL WITH IT!
Jenni | Thursday, 2 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would be gathered along the seams to hide / flatter my post birth tummy, easy access panels around the bust area so your not fighting getting your bra undone, short or 3/4 sleeves in a v or scoop neck. The material should be soft & stretchy for maximum comfort in a variety of colours. I simply hate that almost everything is either black, white or grey. I'm breastfeeding not in mourning!! My perfect top would also fit me perfectly, by this I mean most tops aren't made according to a woman's body when she's breastfeeding. I find I have to buy size 14 tops for my bust line but they are always too big & bulky around my midsection & therefore not very flattering :-(
Kristy | Thursday, 2 May 2013

I would like a nursing top that is fashionable. I have been wearing singlets with a zip in the front. It is less discrete I guess, but I don't care. It's fashionable and easy. I found it really important to look and feel nice if I left the house in the early weeks after having my son. I did not feel nice in the regular nursing singlet I wore at home. Also I don't want it to cling to my stomach like so many do. Sure that looks great when the baby is in your belly, but it's not so great when it is out. Also I would love to see breast feeding mothers modeling the tops on your websites - ones with big nursing boobs and just-had-a-baby stomachs.
Oona | Thursday, 2 May 2013

Fitted, breathable fabric in a style that can be dressed up or down. Discretion is also important & the perfect nursing top would allow this. Availability in on trend colours as well as black & white would also be a plus :)
Stacy | Thursday, 2 May 2013

As I did not successfully breastfeed my first child, I am now pregnant with my second child and would like a top that is easy to access for breastfeeding but still be comfortable and stylish. The less fiddly bits the better as added stress is not needed and also to be reasonably priced.
Sarah | Thursday, 2 May 2013

My ideal breastfeeding top is one that is easy to get into. Too many you have to lift something up, then pull down bra and somehow try and get a boob between the gap!! It should be stylish, and not obvious it is a nursing top. Flattering for the tummy too!
Lee | Thursday, 2 May 2013

My ideal breastfeeding top is one in a soft material that allows me to stay nice and cool, as well as comfortable for my baby to be up against. Easy access to the breast, but also not too obvious when the fold is down.
Liz | Thursday, 2 May 2013

Comfortable, stylish and most of all practical.
Janetta | Thursday, 2 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is made of soft material, structured and yet flattering - fitted but not too clingy. Nursing access should be generous and well disguised. It should first and foremost serve the purpose of allowing a woman to discretely breast feed her baby in public. It should be simple to wash, no ironing required and quick to dry too. Available in a range of pretty and feminine colours - no grey! The top should offer a good range of sizes and should have some length. The price should be affordable for a good quality top - well under $100, with good return/exchange options. Such an important purchase should be a perfect fit and the customer completely happy.
Emily | Thursday, 2 May 2013

Comfortable, stylish, flattering & easy to breast feed in!
Daniella | Friday, 3 May 2013

Definitely a top that is comfortable; not too clingy but still flattering a post-pregnancy bod. Easy nursing access yet discreet -this is very important to me. I would love a top with a nice, comfortable built in nursing bra too- that would just make it a tad easier for the baby to access without having to wait very long & of course easy for mom too!
Amanda | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top needs to be shaped nicely so that it flatters your body post pregnancy as well as a year down the track. It needs to have easily accessible openings that are big enough to be able to feed easily and discreetly. Most importantly it should be comfortable. You know you have it right when you start feeding and people say 'wow i didn't realise that was a feeding top!' my favourite is the Ripe maternity embrace. I have a few colours and they are my wardrobe must-have
Megan Nikakis | Friday, 3 May 2013

Every mother needs an extra pair of hands at times, especially when breastfeeding, so I would say a garment that you can open discretely with one hand and once it's open it stays open...can't tell you how many times nursing tops get in the way and wet!
Sharon | Friday, 3 May 2013

I often find that nursing tops are also maternity clothes....but I'm not pregnant anymore!! I'd love something that is not designed as maternity clothing, rather a simple fashionable top designed solely for nursing. Discreet, top quality fabric that sits nicely on the body.
Lindsay | Friday, 3 May 2013

Soft, floaty, elegant, feminine, not too clingy, relaxed. Dark in colour to wear during day or accessories up for evening. Perhaps a twin set style to get multi-seasonal use, eg sleeveless crossover drape top with matching cardigan!
Alessandra | Friday, 3 May 2013

I have quite a few types but overall I prefer crossover styles. At this point (bub is 9 months but still feeds every hour), I'd like some tops that are flattering in the tummy area but aren't actually maternity/pregnancy tops as they have slightly too much spare fabric. Maybe even some with hidden belly support but no inbuilt bra (because it never fits). Good quality fabric with a bit of give is important because they get stretched quite a lot and now it's getting colder I'm starting to wonder what I'm going to wear for warmth (jackets are not practically when babywearing)... I love the Nessa by Seraphine but its not the most discreet option. I do wear a nursing top everyday, partly because I'm not able to fit into my pre-pregnancy wear yet (boobs too big still), but also because I can't be bothered changing every time I want to leave the house. That's why I like the crossover - easy to feed while wearing the Bjorn. Anyway, I just echo everyone else here, nursing tops designed just for nursing not for pregnancy!! Some pregnancy ones are great but there's a dearth of non-preg ones!!
Emma Welham | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is made of soft, stretchy material that disguises any 'marks' that babies leave and is easy to wash. I also like gathered sides to help flatter the 'post preggy belly'. Large and discrete access is also important- so that the seams do not cut in or put any pressure on when feeding. :)
Allana Lette | Friday, 3 May 2013

One that is stylish and fits well yet allows for easy and discreet feeding. Once you find the perfect top you want it to be available in a range of colours as you know that you will wear that top over and over again!
Annabelle Hill | Friday, 3 May 2013

The perfect breastfeeding top is one that is functional yet flattering and stylish. And most important of all, one that is affordable. I'm a fan of those that have the two layers, which offers more discreet feeding.
Robin | Friday, 3 May 2013

Although I own a few feeding tops (trimester and quack), my favourite top is a Country Road 3/4 sleeve floaty style in gorgeous fabric/colours. It has buttons halfway down the front but I lift up the bottom and wear a belly band underneathe to hide my tummy. My ideal nursing top would incorporate the features of both so I had a beautiful and practical top to wear. By the way, loving everyone else's suggestions. Some great ideas!
Alex | Friday, 3 May 2013

My perfect nursing top is made from 100% organic cotton. I dress my baby in organic cotton as much as possible, so it makes sense that she also snuggles up it when I'm feeding her. The cut is flattering but modest. My breast feeding boobs are quite spectacular and a V-neck does little to contain them so I prefer tops with a higher neckline and lift-up panel. The panel cut-out should be large enough so that when I'm juggling a wriggling baby in one arm and trying to lift the panel, find the opening, and unhook my bra, I don't feel like I'm navigating an obstacle course. So, large openings that are sensibly placed! Ideally the top is gathered under the bust to disguise my post-pregnancy belly, and skirts my hips to disguise my bottom. I prefer sleeves just above the elbow, long enough to cover my untoned arms but short enough not to restrict movement during the breast feeding obstacle course...
Holly Robinson | Friday, 3 May 2013

The perfect nursing top should be stylish, to suit the seasons trends yet affordable.There aren't too many options available that flatter all body types and so choice can be often limited for nursing mums. I love rouched jersey fabric as it has a bit of stretch and is flattering to the post pregnancy body, layering allows for easy access, yet it needs to be designed with a womans body in mind, as some panels when lifted or pulled down often scrunch up around the babies face. A functional, funky and affordable top that can be dressed up or dressed down, easy to access for baby and extremely comfortable!
Alison Thomas | Friday, 3 May 2013

The ideal nursing top would be flattering and simple with no frills and flaps. Something that hides the fact its a nursing top so that after your done nursing, you could still wear it - that would be most ideal.
Marie Meardi | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would last through a few pregnancies. A top that is classic in style, and be comfortable and practical.
Bonnie | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top does not have an under bust seam or a built in bra. It would have draping fabric that could be used as a cover for discretion when you attach & take the baby off the breast, plus shield the bub from light or distractions.
Jasmine Andrews | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal top would make it look like my boobs hadn't morphed into giant swinging udders! It would look great with jeans, leggings or skirts, not make me too hot and sweaty under layers and not make me look like a nana (no offence to nanas). Something that allowed my baby to get her face comfortably close to my nipple without having to pull it up through the neckline! Something that made it easy to slip aside and reach in to unclip my nursing bra, and do it up again without needing two hands to dig the cup out from under my boob. It would keep my belly covered so I don't need to wear an extra singlet. And it would be made from a soft stretch jersey with a great pattern and colours that make me look great!
Deena | Friday, 3 May 2013

Modern prints and designs that don't look like nursing wear, without excessive bagginess around the tummy. And great fabrics - no more stretch jersey! Clever designs that either come down at the shoulder or open at the side are great. I have 2 weddings within the first 4 months of bubs arrival so am desperate to find tops/dresses that are special enough for the occassion but allow for me to feed.
Katie Galloway | Friday, 3 May 2013

A top that makes me feel beautiful and is easy to access. I think all new mums just want something easy and to feel stylish at a time when our self confidence can be lacking.
Heather | Friday, 3 May 2013

The Pomkin Balthazar Nursing Poncho in red. Truly, I didn't think it was possible to have something that looked stylish and not like a daggy nursing top, is good quality, and is something I would want to wear even if I wasn't nursing! BEST PURCHASE EVER!
Natasha Shaw | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would be affordable/stylish/trendy... one that you could dress up/down for any occassion.... also be easy to feed baby & have hidden shape support for your tummy/hip area to make you look & feel great.
Julie | Friday, 3 May 2013

I would love a top that makes breast feeding easy while keeping your modesty or as much of it as possible, but I would also like something designed that looks casual but still dressy enough to wear out to dinner at a restaurant or rsl club. Also something with more than just one colour or stripes. thanks
Nicki | Friday, 3 May 2013

Discrete, stylish, bright and practical.
Heidi | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal top is non maternity, that can be pulled aside easily to allow access for my baby but keeps me as covered as possible while breastfeeding. I also love tops that keep up to date with the latest fashions!
Natalie | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top does not double as a maternity top as 6 months into breast feeding one doesn't need all the space and draping normally associated with nursing tops. My perfect top has a 3/4 sleeve length, open neck, stretch jersey is fine, with button tabs so you can create a shorter sleeve length in summer. Nursing access via a secret opening (similar to many quack nursing top openings). Colours would be current army green/navy/black/steel. Simple but not easy to find!
Gel | Friday, 3 May 2013

The best nursing top I have ever purchased from Queen Bee is a Quack Original Nursing Maternity Tank Top. It was perfect to wear during pregnancy and perfect for breastfeeding because the fabric is light, soft, comfortable and durable! I feel that it maintains my modesty and is so easy to wear and use. I have worn it whilst pregnant and breastfeeding with my first and second children and now that I am pregnant with our third child, I am wearing it again and plan to buy more from the Quack range for my winter wardrobe!
Tanya | Friday, 3 May 2013

I think it needs to be stylish with nice material to help us feel a little special (or just normal, depending on how hard the day is ;)). I think it also needs to have easy access for feeding whilst still maintaining my modesty (even in the wind). Also, I would LOVE some hidden tummy support. I also think a range of colours is important as colours can lift the mood, and allows you to get multiple tops once you find one that works :)
Katie | Friday, 3 May 2013

My perfect nursing top is one made from soft fabric with minimal elastic that can be easily pulled to the side for feeding. Tops with a layer of fabric to discreetly drape over my baby are also great as I prefer to avoid using nursing covers or Muslims, particularly in the hot summer months. The Milky Way top ticks all the boxes for me.
Desiree Kerr | Friday, 3 May 2013

Something fashionable that doesn't scream "I'm only wasting this to feed my baby". It should be fashionably appealing to ppl who weren't breastfeeding. Also I personally like tops that don't pull down in the back of my neck.
Megan | Friday, 3 May 2013

The Perfect Nursing Top: If my baby could talk, he would demand easy access, anytime, anywhere. But for me, I dream of vibrant colours, easy discreet openings, warm, beautiful to touch and of course -washes well. Let's promote and encourage the beauty and miracle of breastfeeding in a modern world that allows women to look great and feel good.
Melissa parker | Friday, 3 May 2013

I have been on the hunt for the perfect nursing top for the past 8 weeks since having my son! For me I found there to be a great shortage of winter options for breastfeeding mums, so my ideal top would be WARM, easy to Arrange with one hand, deacreet but still fashionable! :)
Jasmin Flynn | Friday, 3 May 2013

I just want to be comfortable and cover up in public. I like to look stylish even though I might not feel it. Flattering cuts and fabric are crucial to delicate new mums. It's hard enough feeding in public so feeling like you look a little glamerous is very important to your self esteem.
Jacqui Afiouni | Friday, 3 May 2013

The ideal top would look stylish - not something I just wear because I need to for nursing - that way I can enjoy getting dressed to go out, or be at home. Be very comfortable - not too clingy, but still give gentle and attractive shape. Breathable fabric, but not something that needs a lot of ironing. Easy quick access for feeding with enough flap material to easily remain discreet.
Felicity B | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is a twin set: a singlet with matching cardi! Perfect to carry me through the seasons and between outdoors-indoors. Preferably bamboo cotton or jersey for comfort and easy care. There could be a few 'mix & match' pieces to suit different needs, personally I prefer a more fitted singlet with a double layer (like boobdesign) or clip access (like Bonds singlets). Neutral colours plus a few seasonal colours/prints to stay fashionable!
Julia Boase | Friday, 3 May 2013

I like loose fitting, smock style top that has easy access!
MummieM | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would be made of natural fibers with full length sleeves and cut to show of generous breast feeding boobs! I like cowl neck for access (rather than slits) and bright colours such as peacock green, ultramarine blue and deep fuschia.
Sally-Ann | Friday, 3 May 2013

For me it's a top with great bust support, stylish yet versatile, and made from material that's kind to my bub's sensitive skin.
Amy Scotland | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is a good quality, easy wash material, versatile and easy to dress up or down and coordinate with a few different outfits and most importantly easy to get breastfeeding access.
Melissa Moran | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is stylish and discreet. The Seraphine Bamboo nursing jumper worn by Dannii Minogue is perfect.
Anna Matthews | Friday, 3 May 2013

Soft, stylish, comfortable, accessible and feminine. I want to feel & look good while feeding my baby at home or in public.
Elizabeth Larrea | Friday, 3 May 2013

I like comfort especially in those first weeks when you want to get out but you are feeding all the time. Discreet access to one breast and a time and easy access to the clip on your bra, all done one handed of course while holding your baby. Nothing too tight either as that post baby bump needs time to hide until worked off.
Elizabeth Larrea | Friday, 3 May 2013

I like comfort especially in those first weeks when you want to get out but you are feeding all the time. Discreet access to one breast and a time and easy access to the clip on your bra, all done one handed of course while holding your baby. Nothing too tight either as that post baby bump needs time to hide until worked off.
Melsomestarr | Friday, 3 May 2013

I love nursing tops that are made from jersey material. It's stretchy and comfortable. I would also love to have the chance to wear my nursing top throughout my pregnancy and then after to nurse my baby. I love tops that are able to be unbuttoned from the centre or from the shoulder to make nursing easier. Oh! Before I forget...I love different colours! I am the type of person that will buy the same top in different colours if I love it!!
Susan Bidwell | Friday, 3 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would consist of something with a bit of bling or sparkle on it. It would have have to consist of a comfortable cotton spandex type material and be pretty enough for evening wear as most of the nursing tops are plain and more for casual wear.. I am currently expecting and I know from having my previous children that it was very hard to find nursing tops for that special occasion, considering we do not have our children baby sat so they come everywhere with us.. I just think sometimes being a nursing mum it's not as easy to find something pretty for more formal events where everyone else is dressed up..
cassy | Friday, 3 May 2013

Nice comfy and quality (hard wearing for the multiple washes) fabric, top drop feeding style for easy and quick access, without too much baby bump space below... And in contemporary easy styling colours.
Nadia | Friday, 3 May 2013

Easy and descrete acess with a lovely neckline to show off my breastfeeding cleavage!
Melissa L | Friday, 3 May 2013

I love nursing tops made from jersey material. It's stretchy and comfortable. I would love a nursing top that I could wear throughout my pregnancy and then afterwards while nursing. The perfect opening would be buttons from the centre or from the shoulder for easy assess to unhook nursing bras. Oh, and if I love the style of the top, I'm the type of person that will buy it in different colours!
Naomi | Friday, 3 May 2013

Pretty but also comfortable and made so that nursing in public can be discreet. I find the tank tops with the top layer over bottom layer, work the best, but they're usually not very pretty and are quite fitted around the tummy area. Not so nice while trying to hide the post baby belly! ;)
Kelly | Friday, 3 May 2013

As a young mum, I would love a nursing top that looks like something I would wear if I was not pregnant or breastfeeding. Something that is designed in line with current trends in colour and style, but is still functional for nursing. So many nursing tops look the same now as they did when I had my first child six years ago, but I would be happy to buy a couple of tops that make me feel my age and enjoy clothes again, even though I am breastfeeding.
firstimemummy | Friday, 3 May 2013

I'm having my first baby, due in late November, so it has got me thinking.. my ideal nursing top would have to be above and foremost, comfortable, practical and stylish. For comfortability, bamboo cotton as it is breathable and can be worn in any season. For practicality, a design in which the fabric can be lifted up exposing the breast as needed for feeding. Lastly for the purposes of style, a beautiful sea blue fabric to compliment my eyes and skin tone, 3 quarter sleeves and a v neck. I might be breast feeding, but I'm certainly allowed to feel sexy :)
Becky | Friday, 3 May 2013

Simple, so that it is versatile and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion (going to the local shops in a pair of jeans, or on a lunch date with a skirt), but a little bit different so i dont look like all the other breastfeeding mums :-) Easily accessible for feeding so that it can be done discreetly with minimum fuss (no annoying buttons).
Kimberley | Saturday, 4 May 2013

I am currently nursing my second little bambino and often attempt to 'create' my perfect breastfeeding top but end up wishing I had a proper one just like it. My wish is a peasant style blouse that is long enough to wear tights with so you don't see the crutch (ha!) and a fitted singlet attached underneath with clip like bra in it (like the bonds feeding tops). I'd love feminine pretty flowy colours and design in the blouse :) boy I hope to see one in your store soon as I'm in Canada and summer is approaching here :) thanks for the chance to win!
Jess | Saturday, 4 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would offer variety and versatility - available as a singlet (both wide and narrow straps), with sleeves (short, 3/4 and long), various necklines to suit individual shapes, and available in a range of colours, making it suitable for any season. With the variety of styles and colours, it could either be layered with another garment or worn on it's own. It would have built-in breast support to give pleasant shape and appropriate support while still giving practical accessibility for feeding. Feeding access would be discreet and not require torso exposure. It would be stylish enough to look like an everyday fashion top and doesn't shout 'I'm breastfeeding and I don't care how I look because it's practical'. It would have enough length to cover at least to the hips and offer support for the recovering tummy - not as heavy duty as compression wear but enough to give a more flattering silhouette around that area. The narrow singlet might be fitted and made entirely of a supportive, breathable material (making it an option to wear alone or as an undercover garment) with the wider strapped singlet and shirt/tops being a looser fitting with the hidden tummy support layer extending down from the in-built breast support (you may not want the look of a fitted top but still want the tummy support). The wide strapped singlet could be available in a fitted or loose stye. I sometimes feel as though I'm wearing so many separate layers in the post-pregnancy/breastfeeding period in an effort to feel comfortable and supported, look nice and fashionable while being practical and essentially able to feed my baby with ease. I think that covers my ideal nursing top in a not-so-brief way.... Lol
Elaine | Saturday, 4 May 2013

A breastfeeding top with a zippered opening would be lovely and on trend if designed with an exposed zip. It would be great if it was made of a more structured material to give good shape and if it came in some funky prints. Too often nursing tops look a bit frumpy. One that was a bit special would be lovely for dinners/lunches out.
Erin | Saturday, 4 May 2013

My perfect nursing top is one that is stylish, but not too fitted (skims over remaining baby bumps!!) and doesn't make me feel frumpy. The top must have easy access with no need to put my belly or other body parts on display to the rest of the world!! Absolutely living that maternity and nursing wear has moved on from the 'tents' of the past to stylish, comfortable and practical clothing
Rebecca Dostal | Saturday, 4 May 2013

The best nursing tops are comfy, cute, convenient and capable of still looking stylish while covered in baby vomit!
Belinda Doe | Saturday, 4 May 2013

One that is stylish, flattering to large breasts and discreet. A pretty colour wouldn't hurt either :-)
bhe | Saturday, 4 May 2013

A soft Jersey or very thin cotton material. Rouched (spelling) on the sides for stretch and comfort. V neck, longer length, envelope folds on chest with a rouch that goes down a few inches between breast. Not much loose material that gets in the way or makes you look "puffier".
Susan Wilson | Saturday, 4 May 2013

One that I can wear comfortably while feeding in public, where it isn't obvious what I am doing and so you cannot see anything so dirty old men don't stare. While being stylish and feeling good about how I look :)
Amy Pennell | Saturday, 4 May 2013

Ive always wanted a nursing top thats comfortable and elegant to wear something that can be worn out for dinner or a special occasion so i can feed while at dinner with no breast showing and so i dont have to wear a cover over baby and breast.
Sally Smith | Saturday, 4 May 2013

Stylish, comfortable, versatile to mix and match with my wardrobe, and discreet with loose fabrics drapes.
Fiona Jack | Saturday, 4 May 2013

A perfect nursing top is something that makes a mum feel confident to nurse anywhere, anytime and also confident about being the women she wants to be! A nursing top that's colourful and flattering is ideal when baby is now the focus. A design that is easily matched with jeans, tights or a skirt, ready for all that mums are busily doing, daycare drop offs, playdates and afternoons spent at the park. Easy to nurse, easy to match and easy to care for comes to mind when thinking of my ideal nursing top!
Claudia S | Saturday, 4 May 2013

I went from a double d cup to a G, and am in my early third trimester. Before pregnancy,I had minimal trouble finding tips. Now that I am much larger chest wise, and not overweight, I am having difficulty finding a bra that is functional and sexy. My dream would be to find a high quality nursing bra that looks great, has adequate support, and ease of function in public.
Kylie Barker | Saturday, 4 May 2013

Fitted, yet not clingy, sexy, yet functional, the ideal maternity top would allow ease of movement and accessibility, tailored to the current seasons fashion
Joanna Zylinski | Saturday, 4 May 2013

After several bouts of mastitis one that saw me hospitalised for three days, I know exactly what I'd like. I want a top free of padding. I'd like prints not just plain materials to help hide baby possets in emergency situations when I cannot change. I'd like a top that lifts up and clips u near the shoulder so you can get baby attached and then unclip again once attached. I'd like the top section of the larger size ie 16 to accommodate a relative size breast like an e or f cup because although I was a dd before pregnancy. Lactation makes my breasts swell up to f and I don't want to look too luscious. Thanks for listening :)
Zoe Isabel | Saturday, 4 May 2013

My perfect nursing top would have a padded built in bra to hide nipples and give greater support and shape, as well as not revealing cleavage. It would be comfortable and stylish and not too tight around the stomach. It would have easy, discreet access that doesn't reveal post baby tummy.
Samantha Paton | Saturday, 4 May 2013

My perfect nursing top is one that is stylish, comfortable, versatile, feels soft against my babies skin and flatters me! I have a week old baby boy and like to be able to feed without exposing too much skin. It also needs to be durable for washing as I haven't mastered dodging the vomits yet :) xx
Angela McLachlan | Sunday, 5 May 2013

First and foremost I want my feeding top to be stylish! In a versatile colour or pattern that can be worn with most things. Ideally it would be long line, fairly fitted ( but not to tight) and have discrete breast access. Most importantly I want the top not look like a feeding a top. I want the top to be something I would be happy to wear even when not feeding. Something that blends with and complements my everyday wardrobe.
Nicole | Sunday, 5 May 2013

I love nursing tops that look stylish are discreet but comfy at the same time :-) Mayreau are excellent feeding tops and dresses, they are all of the above, can be dresses up and down are stylish and made of the most softest comfortable fabric ever!
Mariana | Sunday, 5 May 2013

The ideal nursing top is a clever mix of fun and functionality. In fact it is a garment that doesn't look at all like a nursing top. It needs to be a disguise for wobbly bits, a platform for curves, an assistant for feeding and most importantly a super charged fashion injection into a new mum's wardrobe!
Leah Heron | Sunday, 5 May 2013

Stylish Trendy You feel comfortable in Loose around baby belly, flattering Inexpensive Supportive High quality fabric
Elena | Sunday, 5 May 2013

#1 - fashionable not frumpy. #2 - quick easy access not fiddly. And lastly.. #3 flattering for my lovely milky lumps!
Cassie | Sunday, 5 May 2013

I would feel comfortable, confident and happy wearing my ideal nursing top!!! It would combine comfort, style, and functionality. I like soft and durable fabrics with comfortable seams. Ideally, the top would be flattering, feminine, with a little length and flow, pretty, and, in versatile colours and patterns that team easily with many outfits. And, of course, the top would have an opening that is large enough, and easily accessible whilst maintaining modesty!
Sarah Beresford | Monday, 6 May 2013

Three words. Chic, comfort and accessibility. If the nursing top ticks all those boxes = success. When you're feeding it shouldn't even look like you are and you should look like a stylish glamorous Mama at the same time!
Stephanie Taffs | Monday, 6 May 2013

Coming into winter the top needs to be warm and cosy, loose fitting but flattering with easy access to the desired area. I'd like a top that doesnt look like a nursing top! Chic and Fashionable :)
Emma Deeg | Monday, 6 May 2013

I'd love a top that fits properly, isn't too long and loose but fitted and flattering. I'd love a nursing top that had a bit of embellishment to bring some style back into my wardrobe which is mainly plain black white or stipes. Of course it needs to be functional with easy access, have been reminded of that feeding my newborn son, but I'd be thrilled to find something that was not just plain and boring!
Christina Snowdon | Monday, 6 May 2013

I think a perfect nursing bra is COMFORTABLE (with soft and durable fabric) so that if needed it is comfortable enough to sleep in and durable enough to be frequently used and washed; FLATTERING because pregnancy changes our shape so much that having curves in the right places can make a world of difference to how we feel; ADJUSTABLE because ultimately it is the practicability of the nursing bra that is essential to its usefulness; and finally SEXY because although there have been stages of pregnancy that I have felt my most attractive, there have been other times that I have felt more like a ‘frumpy mother’ than a ‘attractive woman’.
Rebecca | Monday, 6 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is one that: has a discreet opening under the bust - so that I don't have to expose my belly, a flattering fit for the post-baby body, and most importantly - super comfy!! Happy mum, happy baby - the essential formula for breastfeeding!!
Kirsten | Monday, 6 May 2013

A top that's flattering, stylish and makes you feel good to wear it in public - and not so loose that you look pregnant and frumpy around the stomach.. The openings need to have enough room to nurse but still be discreet. My favorites are the quack tops and dresses - can't get enough!
Kirsty | Monday, 6 May 2013

Great feeding tops should have either a little sneeky lift up flap, or stretch down easily around the neckline. These styles allow quick and easy access for a discreet feed. Obviously Mum's would love to feel that what they are wearing is also figure flattering post pregnancy so a top or dress that is empire style, coming in under the breasts and falling loosely around the tummy. In a variety of prints & block colours it would go easily with jeans, shorts, skirts & pants of most styles!
Janet | Monday, 6 May 2013

One that looks good, washes well and drys quickly.
jodie | Monday, 6 May 2013

Something flowing, floral and feminine.
Peta-Lee Bartlett | Monday, 6 May 2013

One that doesn't stand out to everyone that it is a breastfeeding top. Comfortable and stylish
Samantha | Monday, 6 May 2013

Something that hides all the lumps and bumps from pregnancy, but also gives you good coverage so that your breasts are not exposed easily if feeding in public. I like plain classic colours that can be dressed up and down!
Clare | Monday, 6 May 2013

Having not breastfed before I presume I will need something comefortable, stylish and flattering, easy access,is not too fiddly and easy to use and can be dressed up or down....am I expecting too much from one top??
Melanie | Monday, 6 May 2013

Easy access combined with pretty fabrics and stylish, clever designs so it is not obviously a BF top.
Grace | Monday, 6 May 2013

The ideal nursing top would be something that was comfortable and stylish as well as being able to allow you to whip out the boob (easily accessible) and feed bubby without having to strip/expose yourself (discreet) in public or hide in a corner. Also the nursing top should have a longevity beyond nursing and are able to wear post breastfeeding to get value for your money.
Louise | Monday, 6 May 2013

I love wearing dresses but when you're breastfeeding it's impossible unless you want to strip right off. My ideal nursing dress would be a lovely winter dress where a layer of material lifts up over your bust and then the layer underneath, which is over your breasts, pulls down so you can feed discreetly. Very handy when it is freezing cold! Also a material that does not show up every little mark. For example, baby dribble and milk. You want to be able to wipe it off without a big mark being left which has happened to me plenty of times! I would love it to fit nice around the bust and then flow loosely out from under the bust. This would hide the post baby tummy until I get those stomach muscles back into shape! Making it at least knee length for those of us who are quite tall would be great.
Sarah | Monday, 6 May 2013

Cute and Hot!!! One that will still get me a whistle when i walk past the tradies! I might be breastfedding but still want to look good.
Melanie | Monday, 6 May 2013

A dress that looks good and practical with a lovely fabric that it not always plain that you can wear out that is dressy,which caters to larger breasted women like myself which i find extremely difficult as some items you purchase are not large enough to squeeze your breast through to feed your baby which can be uncomftable.
Charmaine | Monday, 6 May 2013

It's so hard to find nice nursing tops that are just nursing tops not pregnancy tops as well and ones made from comfortable yet flattering material rather than a Lycra based which are too clingy and i found too sweaty in summer...my perfect top would have an easy opening yet discreet flap that allows enough breast to get out for your baby to feed properly and that isn't a struggle to open when you have a hungry baby!!!! It would be made of a thicker quality tshirt fabric which is breathable but firm and not have elastic sides (I understand the dual purpose but once you've had the baby pregnancy tops are not very flattering and are too bunchy around your stomach). It should also come in a variety of plain colours so it can be wore for various occasions. The material would be great if it was wash and wear (or close as possible as I love ironing but find I don't have the time to do it with a little baby) for quick 'dressability' when you are in a hurry...but a good enough quality that you could wear it for work or going out. If it could be made into a dress even better as they are even harder to find and you don't always want to wear pants and a top!!
Felicity | Monday, 6 May 2013

I love queenbee for its great range of stylish nursing tops. I love the stretchy, flattering materials that fit over my baby bump but also look great post baby. Thank- you for the great range of maternity clothes and the style tips!
Michelle | Monday, 6 May 2013

Stylish, comfortable, lovable! .... easy & breezy!
danielle boone | Tuesday, 7 May 2013

The perfect nursing top for me would be something light weight and comfortable. While also being stylish to wear out. Something loose fitting to hide any trouble areas after the baby. Also a printed fabric or something with some extra padding to hide some possible leaking.
Lisa | Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Easy accessability for quick breastfeeding and enough fabric to allow some drape for public breastfeeding. It also needs to be super flattering so you can always be confident that you look good, especially on those days when you leave the house without looking in the mirror.
Lauren | Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Perfect nursing top is something light, flowy to cover the problem areas after pregnancy, comfortable and easily accessable without compromising the look. I like tops to look like a non nursing top but have all the attributes of a nursing top :)
Bec | Tuesday, 7 May 2013

breastfeeding is not the easiest thing to do, at the beginning you are learning to feed a hungry newborn which is awkward then you go on to a wriggling squirming baby/toddler and often you feel unflattering or unfeminine after having children so my ideal nursing top is quick easy access that gives mum and bub some privacy and comfort but is feminine and pretty that makes mum feels good.
Helen | Tuesday, 7 May 2013

As I will be a first time mum I can't speak from experience but I guess I would be looking for a fashionable style of top that allows easy access yet is comfortable and also allows discretion for when in public.
Rachael | Tuesday, 7 May 2013

I would be looking for something super comfortable without losing any style. Most maternity tops on the market are boring and unfashionable. My girls deserve some style to nourish my little one in!
Sonia Miller | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

I'd like a nursing jumper that isn't a maternity jumper. Not too snug around the middle but a regular fit with standard cowl or v neck lines that provide access via buttons on the shoulders. I'm wearing nursing singlets underneath my jumpers so just need to be able to easily Paul them down rather an pulling them up and over bubs
Cassandra Baxter | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

The perfect nursing top needs to be soft and comfortable. Have easy but discreet nursing access for public outings. Extra support and coverage for hiding breast pads is also a bonus. Most importantly for me it needs to be fashionable & fun, wearing something uplifting helps on those days when the sleep deprivation is a little worse ;)
Heidi | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

The ideal nursing top.............. In many ways this comes down to the individual, the climate and the type of birth. The “ideal nursing top’ however does need to ooze the following characteristics; 1 - Comfort - we all want to look stylish but if the clothes aren't comfy, forget it! Breastfeeding clothes should be soft and fitted, yet provide room for manoeuvre in all the right places. 2 - Value for money - feeding clothes can be pricier than your average t-shirt or dress but they are usually thoughtfully designed and make a good investment. 3 - Style - you don't need to take a dramatic diversion from your usual style when it comes to buying breastfeeding clothes. The greatest nursing tops however can be found in the following styles; - Strappy feeding vest –vests are great wardrobe staples and provide an added dose of support. Some have un-clippable drop down straps that provide quick and easy access to your bra. Wear it on its own in summer or under a jumper or cardi in winter. - Criss Cross tops - Layered criss cross tops are great at disguising post-baby tummies and provide quick and easy access for breastfeeding. They're also ultra fashionable and simple to use - simply lift the layers and you're ready to feed. - Double layer tops - Look out for double layer tops that are cleverly designed with two slits underneath the top layer that provide quick access to your bra. Stylishly casual, you can team it with jeans and trousers in winter and skirts and shorts in summer.
Stephanie Hurd | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Ideal would be soft, comfy and maybe a built in blow up pillow as thats the only way I can feed in public! :)
Claire | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

How specific should I be :)... I've found that lots of nursing tops seem to have wide open necks that stretch all out of shape after a few feeds, OR they have that very obvious "I'm a breastfeeding top" look with a big flap opening under the bust. SO...I would LOVE a top that is: 1) Flattering - you've just had a baby and don't feel all that crash hot! 2) Discreet - I know breastfeeding is beautiful but I still don't want to feel frumpy! 3) Affordable! - I've just spent hundreds on baby gear so I don't have much left over for me! 4) Comfortable - you're body is still a bit sad and sorry from the whole pregnancy & labour thing! 5) A little bit Sexy - refer to point 1 & 2 :)
Paula W | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would be an option for short or long sleeve, soft bamboo/cotton material, easy access with two layers (rather than a zip/button access), and stretchy fabric for comfortably covering our curves :)
Julia | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

An ideal nursing top is comfortable, easy to use while being discreet, and stylish. Anything that makes a mum feel like a woman again while still being able to function as a mum is worth it's weight in gold.
Nicola | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

I'm not sure what my ideal nursing top is yet - my first baby is due in August - but I love to shop at Queen Bee, so finding out will be easy! I think anything that doesn't obviously look like a nursing top, that looks great and provides some degree of privacy while out and about, is comfortable and easily accessible will be what I look for.
Sudi G | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

I would love something that is modest with sleeves but a panel that allows discrete feeding without too many difficulties. I have a bigger bust, so it has to be comfortable and not too clingly or hot. I love bright colours and funky designs that are unique!
nicole | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

No clingy material, discreet, versatile, easy to care for and practical. Peek a boo holes that actually work instead of distracting the baby while feeding. Oh and reasonably priced.
Sara | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

I'm so wrapped to be nursing (I couldn't with my first bubby) that I'm not fussed what my nursing top is like - so long as I have brand new baby feeding. Ahhh pure bliss!
Louisa | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

A breastfeeding top should not necessarily look like a maternity top. soft flowing material with sympathetic lines for all body shapes. Easy access to suit all locations is useful. A good range of colours is always a winner too. You need to feel good in the top and not just a walking milk bar! :-)
Wendy P | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

My ideal nursing top wouldnt be made for pregnancy - all the ones I have now are my pregnancy tops which clearly look like that. Longer at the front and baggy at the front. I want one that doesn't have too much material. Gives a flattering bust line without a hundred drapey layers. I find some of the nicer tops out at the moment have really small gaps for my breasts and I prefer to be able to pull it back further than my nipple so I don't have to keep pulling the material back when it slips.
Megan Brunner | Thursday, 9 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is practical (easy access to the breast), discreet (don’t want the whole world to see) but also classy (don’t want to wear house clothes outside). A print fabric is probably best so it doesn’t show spillages so easily.
Elly Martin | Thursday, 9 May 2013

May I suggest an empire line style of dress (not right under the breast but lower) which would allow the bodice to include a princess line zip over each breast. You could include extra fabric like an inverted pleat(on the inside) which zips up to look like princess line on the outside, but allows access to each breast to feed when undone. A fabric which has body eg heavy poly-viscose/knit. You could either lightly pleat the bottom half of dress slightly into the bodice or ease in a straight, panels/ seams or tent cut for some Mums who still have a slight tummy and for comfort. This style could also work as a long top to go over pants/jeans. Mix and match different types of fabric to give it personality (trendy) plus use coloured metal zips for fun or hide with invisible zips for class. Fabrics to camouflage any spills or drips etc with feeding and bubs. Plainer fabrics would make it classier.
Kasey Zerna | Thursday, 9 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is soft to touch for my babies skin (and mine), drapes beautifully and has easy access while still providing discretion. Available in plenty of colours so I can mix and match with different outfits!
Valeria Ramirez | Thursday, 9 May 2013

After trying several brands I'm still struggling to find a top that fits just right. Ideally I would like a super soft fabric with good shape and support and no lumpy layers around the bust layer.
Patricia Silveira | Thursday, 9 May 2013

Well fitting around breast area, but flattering tummy also. Stretchy, buttons down front. I like it to feel like an everyday top, not obviously maternity. Also durable and able to handle lots of wash and wear. After all breastfeeding is not forever, don't want too many nursing tops.
Katie Burnett | Thursday, 9 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is one that has space enough for my larger than life boobs and long enough for my tall torso. Most tops don't fit either of these criteria so I'm left constantly adjusting my clothes. Would love something with a decent size panel and opening to allow for quick, easy & discreet feeding in public. It would be nice to have something that is fashionable and doesn't look like a feeding top too. And no more stripes! What is with all the stripes lol! Just some pretty colours and flattering fabrics please :)
Sally W | Thursday, 9 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is one that is easy to feed from but still has shape, style and class. I hate that there is such limited up to date, fashionable tops. I want something to can be worn with pride. After having a baby you already feel frumpy and yuck so I want a beautiful top that creates a flattering shape. Maybe with a t-shirt inside so that it tucks your tummy in but also is flowy and pretty on the outside.
Tamesin P | Thursday, 9 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is one that is both flattering and functional. A top that allows discreet nursing but without endless layers that you have to manoeuvre to allow baby to attach to breast quickly! A simple, classic design that will provide me with a sense of style and be versatile in my wardrobe. It should have good tummy coverage but not look like a maternity top - no gathering on the sides!! Openings with more than a few centimetres on each side for breast access also!!
Corina | Thursday, 9 May 2013

This is my first baby so I could be a bit over ambitious but something with easy access that keeps in shape which I can wear casually or dress up.
Sarah H | Thursday, 9 May 2013

Soft, stretchy and discrete. I hate tops that loose their shape from being pulled down of show your belly to the whole world while feeding.
L. Edison | Friday, 10 May 2013

I love a nursing top that doesn't look like a nursing top, is comfortable and makes it easy and fast to set up to either nurse or breastfeed.
Nicola Britton | Friday, 10 May 2013

A light weight, sophisticated short sleeved turtleneck suitable for a humid climate that allows for discreet nursing.
Amanda Howard | Friday, 10 May 2013

As a new mum I want my feeding tops to be practical so that nursing my baby is easy and discrete but after 9 months of pregnancy weight I'm keen to feel 'sexy' again and show off my new assets, (those breasts won't always look like that) Make the tops stylish and colourful so I can make a statement. "New Mum and proud of it"
Debbie Price | Friday, 10 May 2013

Whether for special occasion or casual, tunic or t-shirt, I prefer nursing tops to be fitted under the bust area to give a bit more of a flattering shape. I tend to wear nursing tops throughout pregnancy, as well as afterward, to get the maximum use possible for the amount of money spent. It also has to be a breathable fabric.
Amy | Friday, 10 May 2013

I've nursed 2 children and returned to work while still nursing and we're now having another. I'll be honest, my ideal nursing tops have been the non-iron, shape-keeping, usually patterned ones I can still feel smart wearing even if there is a little puke on my shoulder. Ones that are a little forgiving around the middle. Ones that can cross the casual/dressy divide with only a little bling. Ones that I don't need to fight with if I've got a hungry bub in one hand and I'm trying to find a boob with the other hand...and ones that mean I can express in comfort without having to wrangle an entire outfit off in a first aid room! Thanks for a great site.
Jalinda | Friday, 10 May 2013

Hi, Queen Bee definitely does feature the best nursing tops, dresses and sleepwear. I love your Seraphine Nessa nursing tops, but your new range of Pomkin tops in winter fashion colours, especially red, take the cake! I have tried a couple of Milky Way nursing dresses and enjoyed them immensely, so comfortable and floaty so I would love the chance to try a new season Milky Way nursing top, featuring soft materials and easy access to feed your child whilst being a busy Mum. In summary, I look for a pretty print, or on trend colour, brilliant design, and gorgeous colours like the nursing tops you sell most of all. I would dearly LOVE the chance to buy some gorgeous new winter nursing tops, especially Pomkin ones, with the prize voucher! Thanks for a fantastic competition and brilliant website!
kylie collis | Friday, 10 May 2013

The ideal nursing top needs to be designed for those that has milk that goes everywhere when you undo your nursing bra. not clingy or tight but loose and has easy and discreet access- easy for bub to latch on and feed without women feeling uncomfortable or embarrassed.
Sophie Waller | Friday, 10 May 2013

I like the trimester style tank top, with the snap buttons. An ideal tank top should have really soft material, not be clingy (in the wrong places), and have easy to use feeding access
Lisa | Friday, 10 May 2013

One that os fashionable, trendy ,Can easily dress it Up or down. super stretchy and comfortable and at the same time very flattering
Melissa Wright | Friday, 10 May 2013

The perfect nursing top has to be comfy and stylish but also descreet when it comes to nursing. Something that doesn't expose your belly and everything that comes around it. Your nursing bra should also fit comfortly underneath it and be able to easily un do it when you need to.
Katie | Friday, 10 May 2013

I just want to feel back to normal- a little bit. I love my new baby. I love my new curves. But all the new is a little overwhelming. I want to be able to dress up and have coffee with my girlfriends, or go out with my husband and see him checking me out from the corners of my eyes. I want to feel fashionable. I want to feel comfy of course but I feel very comfy in a loose maternity singlet and some trackies. It's the times I want to dress up a bit that I struggle with as a breast feeding mum.
Emma | Friday, 10 May 2013

A top that does not scream " I am nursing". Certainly chic and can stand the test of other gorgeous tops around it.
Jess | Saturday, 11 May 2013

Stylish yet comfortable. Feminine. Doesn't look like a "nursing top".
Lauren | Saturday, 11 May 2013

I'd love the glow and fun of motherhood to be reflected in nursing attire with prints enhancing a mother's individuality rather than detracting from it.
Ashley Mant | Saturday, 11 May 2013

I'm always on the look out for stylish and affordable breast feeding clothing of a good quality . I like to buy breast feeding wear that looks like normal clothes and allows discreet breast feeding. Keeping warm in winter while breast feeding is of importance, so I look for clothing that allows easy access while keeping my upper chest covered.
Maureen Henneker | Saturday, 11 May 2013

Something bright, colourful and flattering. Easy and simple access, I will only have one hand to work with.
Carly Sidorow | Saturday, 11 May 2013

Easy and discreet access is my top priority. A patterned fabric that hides unfortunate leaks is also a huge plus!
Katherine R | Sunday, 12 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would be fitted, but not tight- no "When are you due?" questions for the nursing mum, please! Easy nursing access and easy to care for- no "dry clean only" for everyday wear. Bonus points for a top that has a print/pattern that helps hide little milk/sick spills!
Vanessa Hunt | Sunday, 12 May 2013

My ideal nursing top is one which makes me feel comfortable, is practical to use, easy to wash & wear and still makes me feel feminine without feeling like I'm just a milk machine!
Linda Polock | Sunday, 12 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would allow easy access and be discreet, the opening not too small so it is fast to use- now that is hard to beat, The fabric should be soft and easy to iron, and not easily wrinkled- now that would be fine. My nursing top should not to be maternity also, and of course it should still be flattering across the torso. To be the perfect top, it would be great if the material dries easily and doesn't highlight when my baby brings up what she ate. A nursing top that is stylish, has some colour and in a pretty pattern, that is my favourite, so please use this competition to make all this happen! Thank you!
Bec Murray | Sunday, 12 May 2013

Easy to wear,, fashionable, discreet and requires no ironing!
Jane Morgan | Sunday, 12 May 2013

A top that has 'swish'!!! Sits easy, nice and long, has no creases or tight seams that burst, and no buttons to 'pop' when bub grasps it with chubby little hands!!
Adelle Gould | Sunday, 12 May 2013

As a first time mum I am still working it all out! I want a nursing top that allows be to be comfortable, not break the bank and not look too much like a nursing top. If i won this voucher i look forward to choosing a top from your fabulous range!
Karrin Chromiak | Sunday, 12 May 2013

I am a new mum to a precious baby boy, Breast feeding and cuddles bring me so much joy. I need a top that is flattering and lovely, Made from a fabric that is soft and comfy. Wearing it makes me feel so divine, I can feed my baby anywhere, anytime. Please take my advice and you will see, A perfect top for baby and me.
Julie Farrell | Sunday, 12 May 2013

With our second child to be born in 3 1/2 weeks I am in search of the perfect colourful collection of 'Winter Breastfeeding Tops' now... light weight, washable, pullover, whist still providing the warmth needed in the coming cool season and definately easy accessablity to a hungry bubby!
Kristy Black | Monday, 13 May 2013

I'm a soon to be a mum and really hoping to breast feed my newborn, Im looking forward to trying out all different kinds of nursing tops to find one that suits my need for comfort, discretion, fashion but most importantly budget...so I can have a large selection of colours!!!
Aileen | Monday, 13 May 2013

A runway style such as zippered openings or press studs for effortless access. Side ruching with or without drawstrings to adjust with the changing figure for a constant shapely silhouette - now that’s chic nursing!
Kim | Monday, 13 May 2013

My ideal nursing top would be easy to use in public places but stylish enough to feel great wearing it with a stylish pair of jeans / leggings. I would love to find a top that actually also an underneath layer from under-bust down that flattened the tummy & was long enough to cover when jeans are not high waisted.
QUEEN BEE | Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Thanks for all your AMAZING entries ladies! Over 350 comments and ONE lucky winner to be announced 19th May. Good luck!!!
Tiffany O'Shea | Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Easy to nurse in, light breathable fabric, a variety Of colours, slightly longer length, and slightly roomier around the belly :D

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