- 100% cotton
- Made in US
- Covers mom, not her baby
- Maintain eye contact and interact with baby
- Removable burpcloth
- Discreet nursing
- Easy latch on
Doesn’t actually hide much
It hides some of your skin but not the aerola so what’s the point? If your baby lets go then the nipple is exposed too.
cheap, cheap, cheap
This seemed like such a great idea. I was so excited to try it. When I got i out of the box I noticed how cheap the material was. It was a sheer T-shirt material that wasn’t even very stretchy. I tried to bf with it and my baby kept grabbing it completely exposing me! Doesn’t work well and you could make one with an old t-shirt if you want to try. Save your $.
Love it…BUT overpriced!
I LOVE this product! Do not LOVE the price tag on it…considering it’s the bottom of two t-shirts sewn together….great concept but if you know how to sew..you could probably make your own in 20 and with $10 MAX in super nice fabric….not sure if I will keep or not. But with breastfeeding in public this is a MUST have…the “cape” worked for awhile but now that our little man is 4 months and nosey as heck…he keeps pulling it down and gets too hot! Who ever came up with this concept was a thoughtful and genius Momma!! Takes some getting used to and you HAVE to nurse from the TOP of your . I love the removable burp cloth- nice option to be able to take off if you want.
Flex Nursing Sash
I got this for my daughter so she could nurse the baby discretely in public but it wasn’t what I thought it was…I actually thought it was more like a sling.
Helpful necessity especially in the Summer
It took me about 3 tries to get comfortable, but after that it was a breeze to use. My son really looks like he’s taking a nap so I can maintain some level of modesty in public places without both of us sweating under a blanket.
I Really Like This…
I really like this product because it does help keep me covered. I ordered an XS according to the sizing chart. It’s much tighter than I expected. I think if I would have ordered one size bigger then it would cover my breast a little more. I was thinking this would drape like my t-shirts do when I am feeding at home. The tightness of it does make it feel secure though. I bought it to take to church so I could nurse, but I felt too exposed and opted to continue to use my traditional nursing cover. I’ve used this at home when guests are over and in public Mother’s Rooms. I think I would be able to pull this off in a restaurant too. Overall, I like it. I gave it four stars because it’s a little smaller than I thought it would be.