I'm currently breast feeding my 6 month old DD. she is my third bub.
I'm interested to know what those mums with smaller busts do once their milk supply settles down.
I can never seem to find 10B in maternity bras!!!
My bonds maternity singlets no longer fit.
I remember with my other bubs I'd start wearing normal bras and just pull them down (which is awkward), but only once I was feeding them a only few times per day. I'm still feeding dd at least 6 times per day, so don't think wearing regular bras would be comfortable, especially when I'm out and about.
I really wish those nice milk boobs that you have in the first months stuck around lol.
Any ideas for what I could do?
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02-08-2012 12:11 #1
Maternity bras for small bust??
02-08-2012 13:43 #2Member
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Have you tried places like the Bendon outlet shops? They do make feeding bras in 10B. I had a few different ones i got from outlet shop. Got them all for like $10 each because hardly anyone wanted that size
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02-08-2012 13:57 #3Senior Member
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My boobs are bigger but I have always gone to myer for maternity bras ... Yes they are more expensive but they have a reasonable range and they are fitted properly OR do you have a local independent lingerie shop?? They are usually staffed by little old ladies who revolutionize the way your boobs feel and can special order different sizes in
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02-08-2012 13:58 #4
Bonds have a new tube maternity bra now that come in 10B size. They have a deal online at the moment, get 30% off when you buy 2 or more maternity items plus free delivery.
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02-08-2012 16:55 #5
Thanks so much for the really helpful replies!
Guess I'm going shopping!
Will look out for the bonds one.
Every time I look I can never find the small sizes, especially the 10's.
I have lots of 10d and 10c's, but sadly these are not fitting anymore :-/
02-08-2012 16:59 #6
Try the Elle Macpherson ones.
06-08-2012 19:41 #7
Target has some awesome maternity sports bras which are also quite affordable and come in smaller sizes.
06-08-2012 19:58 #8
Still on the hunt ladies :-/
Went to the factory outlets and found NOTHING!! They had 12B's, but I'm a little person, so need 10B.
I also tried bras and things and they have a great bra...which is not even made in my size.
I do have some Elle Macpherson ones, but couldn't find more in a smaller size.
Will try the department stores next.
Otherwise I will have to check out online next I guess.
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