$ 79.95Size Guide
The swiss army knife of tank tops, if it were any more helpful you'd call it a nanny.
The Mother Tucker® nursing tank has been engineered to offer exceptional underwire-free support and slide-over cups for discreet nursing. In addition to all that support, our nursing tank is created with two strategic zones of compression to flatten your belly, tame your muffin top and battle your back bulge. Other details include a tummy-flattening center and extra-wide straps for superior shoulder comfort. When worn consistently, this tank may improve your posture and reduce postpartum stretch marks by supporting loose skin. Let the Mother Tucker® be your secret to a sexy silhouette.
P.S. The 3” bottom applies Muffinology™ technology to help smooth any "muffin top."
Tummy-flattening center smoothes and shapes your silhouette. Extra wide adjustable straps for comfort.
SM (BUST: 30” - 34”/76cm-86cm CUP B-D)
MED (BUST: 34” - 38”/86cm-96cm CUP B-DD)
LG (BUST: 38” - 44”/96cm-112cm CUP C-E)
Available in: Black, nude and white
To avoid unsightly deodorant marks and a struggle like no other, please step feet first into this Mother!
Hand wash cold, lay flat to dry.
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Pregnant customers should go by their pre-pregnancy size, unless their first trimester was a big one, weight-wise. You may have changed dress sizes before you started to show. Each manufacturer, however, has their own quirks. The best way to get the right fit is to know your current numerical dress size, then just apply it to the size chart we have for each item and voila!
The size chart for each item is shown when you pull down the size menu.
The trickiest thing is how to figure out your bra size. Here's a helpful video from Bravado Designs: