Bonds Maternity Layer Tank – a must-have for pregnant and breastfeeding mums

Preggo and breastfeeding women: If you haven’t tried the Bonds maternity tanks then you should most definitely read this to learn how handy and comfy they are – particularly for the warmer months. Read on and thank us later!

For pregnancy, the stretchy maternity tanks are wide around the body to leave room for your belly to grow. Plus, with an internal moulded crop (and double layer cotton), they’re also super supportive – which is great for when your chest starts to get into the swing of pregnancy also! I wore them constantly during my first pregnancy and was grateful to my girlfriend for recommending them. And don’t just save them for daywear – they’re great for sleeping in too.

Bonds maternity layer tank

When bub comes along and it’s time to breastfeed, the tanks have hidden, easy-to-open maternity clips. The elastine fabric and adjustable straps add to the comfort and, really, you’d never guess they’re a maternity garment if you weren’t told – just check out the pics for proof!

The final reason I love these maternity tanks is they’re a nice, long length for easy layering under your clothes. And don’t just save them for daywear – they’re great for sleeping in too.

Bonds maternity layer tank

They’re currently available in plain black, white or a stripe combination of the two (with a cute pink trim). Throughout the year though, I’ve noticed they bring in different colours so it’s always best to keep an eye out on the Bonds maternity page – they have some great gear for mums and mums-to-be.

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Usually, the tanks will set you back $41.95, but you can sometimes pick them up on sale. Jump on the Bonds website to take a look. Also check out the general women’s section of the website because Bonds has some really comfy active and lounging around wear which I found great during pregnancy and in those early squishy, adorable infant months.

Angie Hanke

Angie Hanke

Angie worked in corporate communications before having her daughter and deciding to throw caution to the wind and pursue a writing career. She enjoys playing with her little munchkin and hanging out with friends and family. She also loves writing poetry about motherhood, even though she knows it makes her a big soppy dork!

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