Milk Nursingwear to the Rescue! Review and Giveaway {Ends 4/28}

*Disclosure in accordance with the FTC: I received a sample product to facilitate the following review.

Mark my words. One of these days, I’m absolutely going to answer the front door with my boob out.

I guarantee it.

Poor FedEx guy…Keeping myself together is a challenge these days. I’m still on maternity leave, adjusting to having 2 children, and adjusting even more to meeting the needs of 2 breastfeeding children. Most days, I’m kind of a mess, struggling to “get it together” (whatever that means) before I have to go back to real life at the office. One of the very last things on my mind is how I look.

That said, there are days that I have to muster up the courage to pack both kids up in the Honda and go to a place where there are other people. Like Target. Target is where my sanity lives. It’s also the place where I can’t show up wearing sweatpants and a milk-spotted pajama shirt.

Enter Milk Nursingwear, the freshest nursingwear on the planet!

The folks at Milk heard my cry for help and they sent over their long-sleeved empire scoop neck nursing top in this pretty chocolate brown color. And my husband got happy, and life got just a little bit easier.

Now that is what I’m talkin’ about. This nursing top is so comfortable, and it goes with everything. It’s a total no-brainer. I put it on, I look put-together. The super soft fabric is 60% cotton, 35% poly, 5% spandex and easy to wash in a warm cycle. Then, just hang to dry (you can tumble it on low, but I don’t. I just put it on a hanger and let it dry.) 

Our budget is tight right now, so I can’t go out and buy a whole nursing wardrobe, as much as I’d like to. So, the pieces I have need to be versatile, and this one is. I can pair this easy-to-wear nursing shirt with jeans to go shopping or with nicer pants for work, where it will make pumping a snap. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate pieces that take me from work to weekend. The less complicated, the better, and this shirt fits the bill. And there’s no weird contraption in it like I’ve found in some nursing tops. Just a simple empire seam to access the nursing openings. (Works like a charm with a sling!) When you lift up that seam, it looks a bit like a nursing tank. And when you’re done? It goes right back into shape, without having to fuss with it. Barely anything shows, which is great for NIP. Especially in Target…which I do a lot.

…and while we’re talking about that empire seam, I have to mention how flattering it is. Especially with the slight flare happening around the midsection. I really loathe posting photos of myself around here, and I’ve been especially uncomfortable being photographed since I had Little E. I still have 8 pounds to lose, and the spare baby tire is still hanging around. But you know what? I’m not a model, I’m a real mom, and I’m willing to bet you probably are, too. So here it is. Me, 7 weeks after baby. :)

It really inspires me to lose those 8 pounds because I think once my waist is slimmer, the cut of this top will really show it off. I’ll have to retire it to the back of the closet during the hot weather, but I have no doubt it will be my favorite nursing top again come fall! For now, to get me through the summer, I’m putting the Knotted Nursing Tank Top from Milk on my wish list for Mother’s Day! 

Buy it!

The Empire Scoop Neck Nursing Top in long sleeves is available in berry, brown or deep purple at for $38.00. You can even earn Milk Money Rewards when you shop and use them to save on future purchases!

Win it!

Milk is offering one lucky ABCGP reader a $35 gift certificate to spend at! Enter using the easy Rafflecopter form below. (Open to residents of the US, age 18 and older. Ends 4/28.)


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  1. I love the smocked babydoll top! CUTE!!

  2. I love the maxi nursing dress
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  3. I really like the V-neck empire nursing top
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  4. I desperately need to replace my nursing wardrobe! My third was born last month and we thought we were done so…

    I think I like the Side-shirred nursing top!
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  5. I love Milk.. I am really liking the Infinity nursing top and the Diagonal ruffle nursing top
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  6. I love the knotted nursing tank top in scuba. SO pretty!
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  7. Christy G says:

    I would choose the empire scoop neck shirt!

  8. I like the versatile two piece tank lounge set

  9. Mayla M says:

    The Billow-sleeve top is very pretty.

  10. Super cute!

  11. Jaimie Adams says:

    I really like the knotted nursing tank in Scuba. Too cute!

  12. Sonya Morris says:

    I like the
    Cowl neck top in short sleeves.

  13. I absolutely love the keyhole dress in wine. So pretty!
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  14. I would go for the Contemporary knot top.
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  15. Jennifer K. C. says:
  16. Vivian S says:

    I like the smocked waist dress

  17. Anne Perry says:
  18. Jacqueline Gordon Smith says:

    So many cute things to choose from! I like the diagonal ruffle top!

  19. I’d like the knotted nursing tank too!
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  20. Claire Rheinheimer says:

    Infiniti nursing top in black. Or any of the other clothes.

  21. Ashley Parks says:

    I would get a Cotton nursing cami tank top! I had a few similar cami tops when nursing my daughter and used them all the time.. so much so that I wore them out! I definitely will need something to nurse baby #2 in! :)

  22. Jenilee says:

    The criss cross nursing top.

  23. I soo need more nursing dresses! I love wearing dresses, but I can’t nurse in most I own. I’d pick the flirty halter dress!
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  24. I would love to find a decent dress that I can nurse comfortably in.

  25. Kristi P says:

    I love the knotted nursing tank.

  26. With summer on the horizon, I’d probably go for something like the shirred shoulder nursing dress.

  27. I love the knotted nursing tank top!

  28. domestic diva says:

    I like the crossover nursing and maternity nightgown.

  29. Rebecca Villalba says:

    I’d love to have the crossover nursing and maternity ruffle nightgown!

  30. I would like the Bravado Original
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  31. the smocked waist dress
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  32. I would love to get the sleeveless babydoll nursing top in blue!! it is so pretty!!!

  33. Amanda C says:

    V-neck empire nursing top

  34. Cotton nursing cami tank top, Smocked waist dress, or the V-neck empire nursing top.

  35. jill mcconnell says:

    I would buy one of the cute dressed from milk nursing wear.

  36. smocked long sleeve baby doll top
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  37. I love the baby doll sleeveless nursing top! Super cute!

  38. Brittany Dodson says:

    I would totally get the Empire scoop neck nursing top !

  39. hayley schermerhorn says:

    either one of the nursing dresses or a nursing tank!

  40. Amanda McGrath says:

    Definitely the smocked sleeveless sundress. Gorgeous!

  41. I really like the smocked waist dress

  42. So cute! I need a good top for NIP when I take a cross country plane trip in a couple weeks.

  43. cute nursing top!

  44. Contemporary knot top

  45. V-neck empire nursing top!

  46. cowl neck top with short sleeves

  47. Julia Miller says:

    The smocked babydoll top. It’d pass as professional at my student teaching placement.

  48. Amy Shrago says:

    It would be great to have some nursingwear for when I go back to work.

  49. Would love to have some nursing wear when my newest little one debuts in a few weeks!

  50. Kristen H. W. says:

    I really like the contemporary knot top, but it’s so hard to choose. They have so much cute stuff!

  51. I really like the Sleeveless crossover nursing top and all the colors it comes in!

  52. This looks stylish and functional! Can’t wait to check it out!

  53. Oops. THIS empire nursing top for me!

  54. katherine d says:

    love the Maxi nursing dress

  55. The knotted nursing top

  56. The knotted nursing top, wow!

  57. Sandee Hill says:

    I’d probably get the Striped V-Neck Nursing Top in Gray. I need shirts that look pretty again- I’m so sick of wearing hubby’s tees over a nursing cami!

  58. I like their nursing bra tank with lace trim

  59. entered tiny love

  60. courtney b says:
  61. I would get the Side-shirred nursing top. Thanks!
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  62. Natalie Finch says:

    I would probably get the Sleeveless babydoll nursing top

  63. V-neck empire nursing top

  64. Jennifer E. says:

    I love the smocked sleeveless sundress from MILK Nursingwear!

  65. Katie Pitcher says:

    I like the vneck empire nursing shirt too!

  66. melanie nicklin says:

    Diagonal ruffle nursing top in deep teal

  67. I love the maxi dress!

  68. Smocked babydoll top in long sleeves

  69. I like the v-neck nursing top in black.

  70. Sarah Broberg says:

    I would put it towards getting a maxi nursing dress.

  71. larissa b. says:

    Love the Celebrations Nursing Dress!

  72. Diagonal ruffle nursing top

  73. I really like the gathered-loop nursing top in any color.

  74. Alix Davis says:

    I would love the maxi dress!

  75. Amanda Wiggins says:

    I like the Gathered-loop nursing top.

  76. I’d buy the knot dress. I like buying nursing dresses because I can turn any top in my wardrobe into a nursing top by wearing an undercover mama tank underneath, but that’s not possible with the dresses in my wardrobe.
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  77. Heather R says:

    I like the Striped V-Neck Nursing Top

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