Both are comfortable and have gotten lots of use. I love not having to fumble with layers of clothing and search for a hidden opening. To nurse, simply lift up the overlap. The first time I was introduced to Boob Nursing Wear was through a friend. I was literally amazed that a nursing top could be so simple and so functional. Here is a photo of the opening:
When I am wearing a Boob Nursing shirt, I feel like I am wearing a normal top. Other types of shirts that contain several layers can be baggy because you have to be able to lift the top layer all the way up. Sorry, no head in that photo, I'm sick right now and didn't want my face in the photo! The color brown isn't quite as washed out as this picture makes it appear either.
There is a cute little "Boob" tag on the side of the shirts. The tank top also says "Boob" on the back right at the neckline, which is a little more obvious. I did decide not to wear this top to a church get together because of that. I have another tank from them that doesn't have the logo on the back, so not all of their shirts are like this. I do love the shirt, and have worn it a ton this summer. Note: My contact at Boob Design let me know that upcoming productions do not have the screen print logo on the back.
The hoodie is nice and lightweight. It actually has a fleece lining just over the chest area. I'm excited for cooler weather so that I can wear this top more often! The color is the perfect shade of pink and I feel great wearing this. (Not to mention that it perfectly matches one of my Mommy Necklaces...)
I love my Boob Nursing tops!
I was sent these two tops for review. No other compensation was received and all opinions expressed are my own.