After months of interviewing nursing mothers about what they wanted in a nursing shirt and extensive fabric testing to get the fit just right, Milkstars was born. The result is a super soft top that covers both your stomach and back while nursing, with such a remarkably stylish fit that you'll want to wear it long after baby’s nursing years. Milkstars’ special design offers moms an easy way to look and feel great while nursing.
Each Milkstars top is perfect for lounging around the house, nursing on the go, and for working mothers looking for a polished top that can easily accommodate a breast pump.
How Milkstars Shirts Work
Step One: When wearing a Milkstars top, no one needs to know you are breastfeeding. You're not limited to awkward clothing or tops that only come in one style or one color. You can nurse your baby and look great all at the same time.
Step Two: Simply lift the top layer of your shirt to reveal a hidden inner panel with cutouts on the left and right side of your chest. Pull cutout over your breast to access your nursing bra and begin nursing as usual. While you’re feeding your baby, your entire back and stomach are covered. You may use the top layer of the shirt to cover your baby’s head. Once finished, simply drop the top layer down, and once again you look like you’re wearing a regular fashionable tee.
Shirred neck with cap sleeves. Cute and classy, the Amy is a dressier take on the best-selling Jenny. Pairs nicely with slacks or under a suit for the working mom looking for something to go with her breastpump.
Scoop neck with cap sleeves. Cool and comfortable—the Jenny is a favorite style for nursing on the go at the playground or mommy-and-me class.
Scoop neck with flutter sleeve. The sexiest Milkstars look—no one will ever know this is a nursing shirt and that’s the point! There’s no reason you can’t look like your stylish self even though you’re breastfeeding your baby.
Sleeveless drape neck top works for maternity AND nursing. The Jolie is a gorgeous shirt with a drape neck and cap sleeves that works for both maternity AND nursing! The extra fabric from the drape neck gives you coverage during your pregnancy and gives you some wiggle room for comfort while you’re nursing. Looks great dressed up for the office or a night out.
V-neck with shirring and cuffed sleeves. Pairs perfectly with anything from jeans to a business suit. Working moms love how easy it is to pump at work while wearing the Michelle.
The Nancy PJ Set
Criss-cross top with side shirring, yoga pant with fold-over band. The Nancy set is perfect for maternity and nursing but you’ll want to keep these around long after your little one has weaned! Pull down at the criss-cross top for easy nursing access. The side shirring allows room for a maternity belly and a comfortable fit postpartum. The yoga pant bottom has a fold-down waistband for before and after wear.
V-neck with long sleeves. Stay warm on a cool day with the Rachel but watch out, this shirt is so comfortable you might want to climb under the covers and stay there all day!
Cowl neck dress with shirring and cap sleeves. Perfect for a bris, baptism, or baby naming, or for anytime you need a dressy look that’s breast-pump accessible. The nursing access on this look is through the cowl neck.
Hoodie with 3/4 length cuffed sleeves. Feel good and look good running around town or curling up with your little one at home in our adorably cozy hoodie!
Moms are advised to purchase their pre-pregnancy size. In almost every case, that's the best fit. Milkstars shirts are cut to flatter a post-partum figure which means there is extra room in the bust and waist.
Sizing is based on US sizes.
All tops are proudly made in the USA from a super soft rayon/spandex blend. The fabric is particularly absorbent which means Milkstars shirts are better at concealing leaks and sweat marks.
Milkstars was created by a new mom who, like so many others, dreaded getting dressed after her baby was born. While she was pregnant, Jamie Rubin had her pick of designer clothing to flatter her growing bump. The party ended once she gave birth and took up nursing, so she created Milkstars - a line of chic nursing shirts she'd want to wear, nursing or not!