*Review & Giveaway* Cantaloop Pregnancy/Nursing Tank Top

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When Cantaloop offered to send me this top for the purpose of review, I was at a stage of becoming increasingly peed off with my (lack of) wardrobe. Great timing to say the least so I jumped at the chance! This is my experience over the past two weeks...

For the past 14 weeks or so, I have become accustomed to wearing a scarf plus a vest top under my tee/jumper every single day. I guess it gives me some kind of security in that my bump is ‘super’ covered and protected. (Am I strange?)

Anyhoo... the vests I had been wearing were the regular Primark & New Look vests @ a couple of quid each. Which are totally fine – until you reach for something or, well, generally move at all.

Then? Then it rides up. 

Brain farts of ‘go for a bigger size, wally’ vaguely sailed through my mind – this doesn't work either though, as the shoulder straps slip and the underarm forever needs adjusting as the bigger top twists round and, again, ride up. 

Honestly, I’m a moan bag I know, but for all you ladies out there who are awaiting their beautiful bump to appear, just don’t put yourself through the torment of constantly adjusting yourself. Oh, and if you have leaky boobs – like I've had for the majority of my pregnancy thus far – it’s even more annoying because you need to work around the layers to change your breast pads.



The Cantaloop Pregnancy/Nursing Tank Top, usually retailing at around £30, features...
> An integrated inner bra, meaning those layers can reduce straight away - bonus! 
> The wide adjustable straps are awesome for additional confidence in your breast support too. 
> The clasp, to enable nursing (or in my case, changing breast pads during pregnancy!), is so simple to open & close one handed. Just lift up, making a right angle with the clasp, and it's open. 
> The 'rouching' below the bust allows bump to grow (and shrink - after birth!) without causing any stretching or misshaping of the vest itself.
> Seamless, so you can wear it under clothes if you're anything like me who dons a vest on a daily basis regardless of wardrobe choice!

I received mine in white - perfect for spring/summer IMO, especially under a floaty top perhaps, but they also come in black. 

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57 comments:

  1. It covers your bump and doesn't ride up like so many tops do!

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  2. They are super comfy both before and after pregnancy.

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  3. The easy to use clasp, I am breastfeeding my daughter now and breastfed my other daughter and I know how hard it is to do the clasps up after feeding and in public the less fiddly the better :)

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  4. very comfy

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  5. keeps it shape and very practical item

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  6. The adjustable straps

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  7. An integrated inner bra, meaning those layers can reduce straight away -

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  8. love the idea of the 'rouching' below the bust allows bump to grow (and shrink - after birth!) - and it still maintaining its shape.

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  9. The easy to use clasp perfect for breastfeeding in public

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  10. Being able to undo the clasp one-handed

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  11. Keeping in shape
    Spencer Broadley

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  12. The integrated inner bra, lots of support :)

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  13. It can be worn during and after pregnancy and the easy open clasps for breastfeeding access are a bonus.

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  14. The adjustable straps

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  15. The wide straps and looks really comfy

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  16. The fact that the clasp can be worked with one hand. Bonus!

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  17. The fact I can wear it after pregnancy!!! My bump wont go away straight away, so this will be nice to cover it up!!!

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  18. that it's seamless so i could wear it under other clothes

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  19. I love that is practical and still pretty

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  20. the one handed opening clasp feature

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  21. love that its seamless so works well under other clothes

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  22. The integrated bra sounds more comfortable then wearing a separate bra, and anything that can make me feel more comfortable whilst pregnant is very welcome.

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  23. The integrated bra

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  24. I keeps its shape and is so comfortable along with an intergrated bra for that extra support

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  25. It looks really comfy

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  26. Wide straps for comfort.

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  27. The integrated inner bra will make breast feeding really easy and i wont have the contsant struggle i do at the moment with straps all over the place and getting them all twisted and uncomfortable.

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  28. Love that it is seamless

    Kel Ellen Hirst x

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  29. The easy to use clasp. Breastfeeding in public gets you enough funny looks already without having to fiddle around with awkward clasps and straps.

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  30. The built in bra. Sounds super comfy!

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  31. looks so soft and comfy :-0

    katiethomas1984@hotmail.co.uk

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  32. I like the fact its cut under breast line

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  33. The rouching covers a lot of sins

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  34. The fact that it grows with your bump!

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  35. Keeping its shape - looks like it won't ride up too which can be really uncomfy

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  36. The one handed clasp, brilliant x

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  37. The one handed opening clasp

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  38. The adustable straps & the one handed opening clasp! :)

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  39. Pam Francis Gregory31 March 2014 at 16:58

    One handed clasps

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