Undercover Mama: Alternative to Nursing Wardrobe (Giveaway)

I can’t believe Baby O will be a year old next month. It’s safe to say that I will be meeting my nursing goal of one year. By the looks of things, we’ll more than likely go beyond that point. So, nursing bras are a must. But despite sporting the right undergarment, there are times when the task can be a bit uncomfortable.

As I mentioned previously, I’ll breastfeed just about anywhere. I’ve done it on a plane, at the airport, at a restaurant, and at the beach. I’ll even do the deed in the front yard, in the backyard, or at a friend’s house. Get my drift?

That said, sometimes whipping out the nipple isn’t so convenient. Even though I feel comfortable nursing wherever, I make it a point to be discrete. One of the ways I’ve managed to do so is by wearing what I call ‘easy access clothing.’ I no longer don maternity tops, but I will continue to rock a nursing bra. However, there are times when I’d need to lift my shirt up to allow Baby O access to my boob, and my postpartum pooch would be exposed for all to see. It’s not like I care about what anyone think of my gut. But, that draft can get pretty annoying. To alleviate that problem, I’ll put on a tank. It provides coverage and makes nursing easier.

I was recently introduced to The Undercover Mama tank. It’s an alternative to a nursing wardrobe.


The company sent a basic essential tank for me to try. The one that I usually wear is flexible and allows me to pull down the garment from the top, so that Baby O can nurse. But, there are times when it would bunch. The Undercover nursing shirt connects to the nursing bra, and can unsnap when it’s time to breastfeed.


When I tried it for the first time, I quickly realized that I didn’t have to deal with bunching like before. There are two plastic loops that attaches to the bra, but I worry that it will break or unfasten at anytime. So far, it hasn’t. The basic essential tank doesn’t offer any slimming effect, which is ok with me. Restrictive garments make me feel like I’m suffocating. However, the company does offer that and many other options as well, depending on your preference.

The company says, “The Undercover is the stylish and affordable alternative to an expensive nursing wardrobe. It’s a must have for every new mom.”

Wanna try one on for size? Head over to their site to cop your own Undercover Mama tank. Prices begin around $25 and there are many different colors and styles for you to choose from. In the meantime, I’ll also be giving one of these babies to one of my Weather Anchor Mama readers. Please see below for details on how to enter. Good Luck!

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  1. anne stewart says

    We are trying for baby #2 and this would be prefect!

  2. says

    I’ve been seeing these for a while now and would love to try – the double panel is a great idea!

  3. Beth P. says

    It seems like it would be a great product to have.

  4. Krista says

    I want to try the tank because I have to nurse my baby in public a lot and I like to have as much covered as possible.

  5. says

    I love undercover mama! I have worn these tanks through pregnancy, nursing and even not nursing as an under tank!

  6. Kendra Steinke says

    I will be having #5 in a couple of weeks (due July 29). I would love to have something to cover myself up with so many other children around. 🙂

  7. Stephanie says

    This is my second pregnancy. I am 36 weeks and I plan to breastfeed. With my first I didn’t research enough about nursing garments and only bought myself 3 nursing bras. I didn’t know there was a nursing tank that could provide coverage to my midsection. I was ashamed of my stretch marks and lovehandels and refused to pull up my shirt in public to nurse my baby. I would pump and bring a bottle of expressed milk with me when I went out. Big mistake. Eventually my baby preferred bottles and I ended up having to exclusively pump in order to continue giving her breastmilk for a year. This time around I want to stick to only breastfeeding, no bottles, and this tank is something I’ve been looking forward to try. I’ve read reviews but haven’t purchased one yet. I would totally like to try one this time around and successfully nurse in public without feeling ashamed of my stretch marks. Thanks!!

  8. Christina says

    I would love to try this! I’m tired of nursing tanks that give me a uni boob. Seems great to be able to wear a real bra with the tank!

  9. Becky Naylor says

    I would love to win this, as I am nursing baby number three. I am hoping to go EBF longer this time, as my first needed more at six weeks (and I was pumping more that 8 oz at a crack) and my second fought me every step until I would up with a UTI that needed medicine I couldn’t BF with when she was three months. So far, we are at two months, and going strong 🙂

  10. Christy Leach says

    Currently nursing 14 mo daughter. Need this!

  11. erika says

    Currently nursing #2. These look like a nice alternative and not as bulky as some nursing clothes.

  12. Jessica S. says

    I am currently nursing my 6 week old! I nursed my first for just over two years, so I am hopeful to be just as successful. So, this would definitely get a few miles put on it and very much appreciated!

  13. Kimberly says

    Planning to nurse baby #2 due in September! This is adorable and I love good nursing options to not show too much belly!

  14. Shakeeta W says

    #3 will be here in November and I would love to have one while nursing her/him 🙂

  15. Katherine says

    I want to try this tank top because I’m a new nursing mom

  16. RK says

    this seems like the perfect alternative to having to wear 9000 layers during nursing! and seems super easy! smart!

  17. Vicki Tucker says

    I love the idea of not needing “nursing” shirts!

  18. Sam says

    I like to gift it to my sister, who’s having her first baby.

  19. AlexisB says

    I’d love an easier nursing shirt that doesn’t show my postbaby belly to the world.