Buzz

  • Press - 2011 - Hollybaby - Logo

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    Hollybaby, the website that covers all things related to Hollywood stars’ babies, praises our nursing tops as an “ingenious ‘mom idea’” embraced by celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian and Bethenny Frankel, and interviews Milkstars’ founder, Jamie Rubin.
  • Press - 2011 - Parenting - Logo

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    Parenting Magazine featured Milkstars in their round-up of the best nursing clothing, saying “we’re ga-ga for the entire line of Milkstars nursing apparel.”
  • Press - 2010 - American Baby Magazine - Logo

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    American Baby Magazine recommended our “cute yet concealing shirts” as a great way to keep nursing during the busy holiday party season without having to excuse yourself from all the hubub.
  • Press - 2010 - Pregnancy and Newborn - Logo

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    Pregnancy and Newborn featured our Randa “little black nursing dress” in a one-page spread! They said: “Breastfeeding attire has improved by leaps and bounds from the old days of frumpy frocks. Splurge on a few pieces that allow you to feel polished and put together — your hormones may be all over the place, but your wardrobe doesn’t have to be.”
  • Press - 2010 - New York Observer - Logo

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    The New York Observer said “Who says nursing tops were boring? Milkstars shirts and dresses blend fashion and function. Just lit the top layer of the shirt to reveal a hidden layer with cutouts so you can reach your nursing bra. Your stomach and back stay covered the whole time.”
  • Press - 2011 - Baby and Children - Logo

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    Trade publication Baby and Children’s Product News covers the introduction of the Milkstars line, calling our innovation key to the product line.
  • Press - 2010 - Mothering - Logo

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    Mothering Magazine named our fabulous breastfeeding shirt, The Joan, as “both glam and wickedly comfortable”, and features it as their only shirt in their photo spread of breastfeeding must-haves.
  • Press - 2010 - BabyTalk - Logo

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    BabyTalk Magazine features a mom wearing our Michelle nursing top in a four page article about the best breastfeeding supplies and goodies!
  • Press - 2010 - Parents - Logo

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    Parents Magazine did a video segment about Milkstars and our tops which is now online at YouTube. Take a look!
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    Daily Candy Kids thinks Milkstars shirts are “Udderly Fantastic”! “Reclaim your territory with Milkstars nursing tops, which combine the best of the tees you love (super-soft cotton-rayon, great styles and fit) with the functionality you need.”
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    People Magazine’s Celebrity Baby Blog raves about Milkstars: “Finding stylish nursing tops is no easy feat. You’re usually stuck carrying around a nursing cover or baby blanket to keep things discreet. Now you can nurse in style, thanks to a chic collection of shirts for breastfeeding moms by Milkstars…no wonder Kourtney Kardashian and Elisabeth Hasselbeck are fans.”
  • Press - 2010 - Celebrity Baby Blog 2 - Logo

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    People’s Celebrity Baby Blog features Milkstars yet again, with their article “You Asked, We Found: Kourtney Kardashian’s Stylish Nursing Top!”“It turns out her trendy shirt is the Milkstars Joan nursing top ($60), which sports hidden side openings so that you can nurse on the go!”
  • Press - 2011 - Capitol Hill Barbie - Logo

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    The blogger Capitol Hill Barbie swears by our shirts: “I decided to order two long sleeved shirts, the Michelle and the Rachel, which have quickly become part of my “mommy uniform.”…I’ve recently been known to do extra loads of laundry just to have these shirts ready to wear.”
  • Press - 2010 - TotSnob - Logo

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    Online magazine TotSnob.com reviewed our Joan nursing top and loved it: “Instead of lifting your top over your breasts, these Milkstars tops have a flat that gives easy access. I love the sleeve on these, it adds some flair and really looks like a regular top, nobody will ever know!”
  • Press - 2010 - Pregnancy Magazine - Logo

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    The July/August 2010 issue of Pregnancy Magazine loves our “Joan” nursing shirt in Pink Soda, and features it in their list of “stylish and sexy nursing shirts”!
  • Press - 2011 - Daily Candy Kids - Logo

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    Daily Candy Kids says about our shirts: “When you cross the best of the tees you love (super-soft cotton-rayon, great styles and fit) with the functionality you need, you get Milkstars.”
  • Press - 2010 - Elle - Logo

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    Elle Magazine profiles Milkstars founder Jamie Rubin in an article about women who have “traded a pink slip for a passion”. They refer to Jamie as a “Mother of Invention” for creating Milkstars!
  • Press - 2010 - Babble - Logo

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    Parenting website Babble featured Milkstars’ “Joan” shirt on their celebrity parents blog Famecrawler: “This stylish black top looks just like a regular shirt, but is actually a nursing top.”
  • Press - 2010 - Chicago Parent - Logo

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    “Chicago Parent” highlights Milkstars in their June 2010 article: “There is something to be said about the vital belly protection the clothing designs provide, offering moms comfort and less socially awkward opportunities to breastfeed while out and about.”
  • Press - 2009 - NPR - Logo

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    Milkstars founder Jamie Rubin was interviewed for a story about starting Milkstars on the NPR show “Morning Edition.” Listen to the piece here.
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    Also, check out the story Tonic.com did on how Milkstars got started here.
  • And, our favorite maternity blog Pregnant Fashionista announced the launch of our site here. A few months back, they offered a preview of our shirts here.
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    We were so excited to be featured as Scout Scoop on one of our favorite blogs, Stroller Traffic.  Take a look.
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    Upscalebaby.com also gave us a favorable review here.
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    Denim Therapy thinks we’re what Haute Denim Mamas want! “Their shirts go fabulously with your premium denim! Featuring yummy colors and discreet nursing access, these incognito nursing shirts are super soft and made to last all day. They even have a “great-with-denim blue” color!”
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    Marvelous Kiddo thinks we’re cute, hip, and most importantly “non-fugly!”
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    Milkstars founder Jamie Rubin was interviewed by the San Francisco Examiner discussing how and why she made her career change into the world of nursing fashion.
  • Press - 2009 - Mom Logic - Logo

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    Momlogic.com thinks we’re a best gift for new moms! Please vote for us at the bottom of this page!
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    Metropolitan Mama raves “I’m wearing The Julian in the photo to the right. It’s a classic double-V with short sleeves. The material is unbelievably soft (it’s the softest shirt in my closet, actually), the nursing access is easy-peasy (it’s double-layered), and – the best part of all – it’s uber chic. I officially want one in every color (ahem, Santa, that was a hint).”
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    Life with Pooka recommends Milkstars nursing tops: “Milkstars makes t-shirts with great details like micro-puff sleeves and double v-necks. They use a double layer for the entire front of the garment, and you simply lift the top layer for nursing access. Start with one or two styles , and add more as you find a favorite…”
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    Morgan at The818.com writes ‘Milkstars; A Love Story’: “Dee’s head is exposed to fresh air while my boobs/nasty postpartum belly flap are not. That is the miracle of Milkstars. And that’s not all. These shirts are soft. And comfortable. And generously long. And flattering… But armed with my Milkstars, I’m whipping TaTa’s out with best of them, feeding Dee in all kinds of inappropriate places, an no one is the wiser. It’s heaven…”
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    Seattle Baby & Toddler Gear writes: “The Milkstars line of nursing shirts is beautiful in its simplicity. Made of a rayon/spandex blend, the shirts are super soft with just enough stretch. The fabric washes really well and won’t shrink (almost a miracle, no?) and doesn’t even wrinkle. The nursing access is via a second layer, rather like a tank top, with large openings to access your nursing bra. This second layer means that when you lift your shirt to feed your baby your back and stomach are still covered. Did you catch that? That is truly a miracle. I am very impressed with the design of this shirt. It doesn’t try to be more than it is – it’s a t-shirt. A comfortable wardrobe staple that until now was difficult for nursing mothers to pull off comfortably…”
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    Parenting magazine Babble’s Droolicious blog praises Nursing Tops That Look Normal: “I like the stretchy fabric of these Milkstars nursing tops, and I like the bold jewel colors. I also like that the shirts look perfectly normal– the kind of shirt that, pre-baby, you’d buy yourself if you were at at H&M or somewhere because it was soft and bright and you liked the fluttery sleeves and there was no reason not to buy it because you always need a couple of cute cotton-y shirts to throw on over jeans. If you are a breastfeeding mom and you are tired of seeing only fugly nursing tops in stores and catalogs, definitely check out Milkstars.”
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    AOL’s ParentDish wrote not one but two articles about how much they like Milkstars: “The genius of [Milkstars' shirts] designs is a double-layer construction (each layer is super soft and thin), with hidden cutout panels in the bottom layer. They look like regular tops when you’re not nursing, and when you are, the rest of you is totally covered. So even if you feel like a dairy cow, you sure won’t look like one.”
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    Simple Mom Reviews loves Milkstars: “What makes Milkstars shirts such a breastfeeding fashion must have? Oh, let me count the ways: You would never know that a Milkstars shirt is even a nursing top. I can shameless[ly] admit that I will positively be wearing my Milkstars top long after my breastfeeding days are done. I have the Rachel ($60), and it’s by far the softest cotton shirt in my closet. I seriously want to snuggle up and wear this shirt to bed.”
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    Kim Grundy at She Knows Pregnancy Fashion raves: “For those nursing or breastfeeding moms who are tired of dowdy nursing tops or struggling with “regular” tops when feeding baby, Milkstars has got you covered! Jamie Rubin, founder and designer of Milkstars wanted to design a line of nursing tops that were functional and stylish — and it looks like she succeeded! The USA-based company features soft fabrics, similar to James Perse or 3 dot. The design of the tops completely hides the nursing feature so no one will know you are wearing a “nursing top” which makes them perfect for busy moms.”
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    I Heart Heels says “Omigosh! If you are a nursing mom out there right now (or plan to be soon), you need to go out and get one of these tees by Milkstars. The top layer lifts to reveal cutouts on the bottom layer for easy access to your nursing bra and for feeding your baby. And the best part is they are super-chic (and super-soft!).”
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    Motherhood Styles says finally, perfect nursing tops: ” Versatile enough to wear often, as I probably will, yet cute enough to dress up. A Milkstars top paired with a wrap sweater to cover the baby will make for the perfect, easy access, breastfeeding experience…I can’t wait!”
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    Our Little Haus says “I really like milkstars clothing because you can, literally, wear a nice looking top and have your boobs easily and sneakily accessible for breast feeding. Each shirt has a second layer which you pull up – and can use as a cover up during feeding.”
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    Pregnancy and Newborn says “We’ve found these stylish new nursing tops by Milkstars that are actually shirts, not tanks. They are super comfy, very functional, and they’ll keep that extra jiggle in place.”
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    Celebrity Sugar says “You’re usually stuck carrying around a nursing cover or baby blanket to keep things discreet. Now you can nurse in style, thanks to a chic collection of shirts for breastfeeding moms by Milkstars.”
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    Mamaista says “Nurse Like a Fashion Plate! The ultra-flattering Milkstars nursing tops feature an ingenious two layer design. The top layer looks like any normal shirt, while the bottom layer has two strategic cut-outs. So when hunger strikes, simply lift your shirt and feed the baby from whichever side you wish, using the top layer to guard your privacy.”
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    MomFinds named us their Find of the Day: “We’ve got really exciting news for any mother who’s ever had to basically undress to breastfeed or wear a shapeless nursing shirt that resembles a smock. Milkstars is a new line that offers simple nursing tops that look exactly like the basic tees you get from the Gap or J. Crew. They come in lots of colors, are super soft and comfortable and easily lift up when your babe is ready to eat. A much-needed score for nursing moms everywhere!”
  • Press - 2010 - My Posh Baby And Kids - Logo

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    My Posh Baby & Kids reports on Kourtney Kardashian wearing the “Joan” from Milkstars while filming the second season of Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami for the E! Channel.
  • Press - 2010 - Crescer - Logo

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    Brazillian parenting magazine Crescer profiled Milkstars in a recent issue. Confira o artigo!

Testimonials

  • Dear Jamie,
    Thank you for the great Milkstars tees. They sure look handy and easy and good looking! Thank you so much for thinking of me and I am certain I will be very grateful to have these in a moment. I hope you have a beautiful summer and a sincere thank you.
    Xo Selma Blair
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    We sent “Real Housewives of New York City” star Bethenny Frankel some of our Milkstars nursing shirts after the birth of her daughter Bryn. Check out the lovely Thank You note we received from her! Bethenny also wore our Milkstars top during her live interview on NBC’s The Today Show in the days immediately following the birth!
  • Testimonials - 2010 - Kelly - small

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    Check out this lovely Thank You note we got from “Gossip Girl” actress Kelly Rutherford!