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What I Love Wednesdays!!

I decided to do a little feature day, because it's fun and everyone else seems to be doing it. It's a great idea!! So on Wednesdays, I will share one of my favorite things. Today it's the Forever21 Favorite Scoop Neck Cami. It is no wonder it's a "favorite" item since it rings up at a whopping $1.80!!! The quality is great, they're not too thin and they are perfect for layering. They come in all basic, neutral colors and there are even a few jewel tones thrown in there.

My absolute favorite thing about these camis is that they can double as nursing tanks. Super stretchy, I just pull them down and nurse away! Layer them under any other top and bam! It becomes a nursing top as well and your belly stays covered. Which is a legitimate concern when your body recently housed another human being and may not be ready to show off to the world. 

I even wore these tanks throughout my pregnancy and they stretched enough to cover my entire bump. All the way to 39 1/2 weeks, my bump stayed covered. No riding up! I'm wearing those same tanks postpartum, no problem! Plus, they're so cheap - er, inexpensive - that you can seriously buy one in every color. I wear them under everything or alone while at home or going to bed. Thanks, forever21! 


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