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This review of the Kindred Bravely Sublime Nursing tank top is not paid for or sponsored in any way. It’s just to share with you one of the great nursing accessories I have found to help me in my nursing experience.
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I broke the rating up into 5 different categories to help you see the pros and cons of this tank. Categories are Quality, Ease of Nursing, Price, Comfort, and Durability.
Sublime Tank Top Categories
- Quality: 5/5
- Ease of nursing: 5/5
- Price: 3/5
- Comfort: 5/5
- Durability: 4/5
Total score: 4.4/5
The Kindred Bravely sublime tank is a soft and smooth tank with a very gentle compression – which feels great after having a baby. The tank is long enough to be used as an undershirt or nice enough to wear alone at home. There are removable pads in the bust and it is supportive without being too compressive. It comes in both regular and busty sizes which makes it surpass its lower-priced competitors.
Below is the tank pictured under a cardigan – comfy and versatile.
Ease of Nursing: 5/5
This is a biggie, the nursing tank HAS to be easy to nurse in, and this one is fabulous! The clip can easily be done and undone with just one hand and lowers easily to begin nursing.
I’ve had issues with other tanks like the iLoveSia brand on Amazon where the pad folds in half or bunches up after pulling down to nurse. Struggling with smoothing it out isn’t fun, but luckily I never had that issue with the Kindred Bravely tanks.
At $44.99, the Kindred Bravely tank falls below its competitors for price. However, if you sign up for emails, you can usually find coupon codes to help with the cost, but let me tell you, these tanks are definitely worth it. I have now purchased 6 different tanks that I rotate daily. I have lived in these tanks for two years and never once put on a regular bra. I even decided against the typical nursing bras and opted to wear only the tanks.
I could literally live in these tank tops, and I actually did for over a year. These are so comfortable and soft and make a great addition to any nursing wardrobe. I wore them under tank tops, tees, cardigans, and more. No additional bra or support required as the tank did the job as both a nursing top and support.
Before having a baby, my bust size was 32D, and it increased after giving birth. I wore the Small Busty size comfortably throughout my nursing journey. Since the material is 97% nylon and 7% spandex, these are a little heavier than a light cotton feel, but I was able to wear them throughout the summer months comfortably as well.
I have now purchased 6 of these tanks and wear them daily over the past 2 years. The 4/5 score comes from the fragility of the tank tops if you’re not careful when you wash them. It is recommended that you wash them in a lingerie bag which you can find here. I didn’t wash my first tank top properly, and after about 1-2 months, the tank was really starting to wear. After I switched to the lingerie bag, the tanks were still great after 5-6 months of daily wear.
Overall, these tanks are on the pricey side, but they are definitely worth the investment.
I ordered three of the cotton camis. I saw a review from a gal that wasn’t pregnant, but loved it! I. Going to give them a whirl.