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    Default Breastfeeding bra recommendations?

    I need some decent bf bras!

    At the moment I'm using the cami's but they don't offer much support.

    I have a couple of bf bras but they're soft cupped and everything just kind of sags, lol. A bra that could perk things up that I could still bf in would be nice!

    Also, any good sports bras? My boobs are huge now and I'm not used to all the "movement" while I'm exercising.

    Thanks!

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    Default Breastfeeding bra recommendations?

    I bought a sports bra from nursingangel.com.au and its great! I'm only a c cup though so don't know how bigger breasts would go.

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    Default Breastfeeding bra recommendations?

    I love my triumph ones they are soft cup so probably not what your looking for but they have served me well over the past 5 yrs (!!) I've replaced them every 1.5yrs or so and they are comfy

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    I'm not bfing but wanted a comfy vest bra, found a fab one in the maternity range at bras n things.

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    Default Breastfeeding bra recommendations?

    I bought mine from target and I love them so far... But I am not using them to nurse yet, but they have decent sized clasps and only $35 each!!

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    Default Breastfeeding bra recommendations?

    Bonds. Got them from Myer- I like it that they fit them for you there so you know you've got the correct size on! They are a little pricier but so comfy

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    Default Breastfeeding bra recommendations?

    I second the bonds ones. I got it from Big W just as an extra cheapie but its one if favourites. No wire but good support. My other favourite is a loveable one.

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    Default Breastfeeding bra recommendations?

    Thanks guys! I'll check them all out.

    And yeah, I really need to get fitted properly, I actually haven't been fitted since before I got pregnant!

    So they fit you at Myer? I know they do at Bras n Things too. Great!

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    The intemo ones are awesome. And they come to you

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