Just wondering which maternity bras you found the best.
Thank you :-)
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09-08-2012 12:28 #1
09-08-2012 12:49 #2
Hi I suppose it depends on what bust size you are... I'm still breastfeeding DD (13months) & am a 12E. I found triumph maternity bras fantastic. Lots of support but still a bit pretty aswell. Only 2 width hooks at the back & quite thin straps too. I hate the bras with the huge wide shoulder straps!!!
09-08-2012 15:12 #3
I am a big bust (H). had trouble finding anything to fit. I'm now wearing the hot milk and it's nice and sportive. Wide back and straps. Lots of hook and eyes to grow and adjust a after birth. I'm also looking at cakes range but don't know how they do for big busts.
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09-08-2012 20:07 #4
I think the hot milk ones are pretty but the cups made my boobs a weird shape. I'm wearing Lovable brand which are nice and plain, sort of a t-shirt bra style. I hate the ugly old lady ones with lots of lace and the big straps. My main issue with maternity bras is they can be really unsupportive but the Lovable ones are good
Pre-baby I was 10DD, now I'm a 10F (which they don't make, sigh) so I'm in a 12E. I'm hoping my boobs shrink a bit when I eventually wean! I recommend getting one bra to wear while you're pregnant then getting refitted about 2-3 months postpartum. Because your boobs will change shape once your milk supply settles and also your ribcage will be smaller.
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12-08-2012 17:46 #5
I've got a cake flexiwire in 12f it's so supportive and its the only maternity bra I've tried that doesn't give me the oh so attractive monoboob!
05-06-2013 08:41 #6
If you only have small breasts so don't need much support, the Target ones are awesome and only $20 :-)
05-06-2013 14:07 #7
I am big busted. Spent a small fortune on triumph maternity bras and they all fell apart before I even had the baby. The Target wireless plain cotton maternity bras were by far the cheapest, most comfortable and hardest wearing.
05-06-2013 14:28 #8
I just have some cheapie ones from Kmart $19 I'm only a 12d nearly 12dd
Once my milk comes in I plan on buying some more expensive ones probably from Myers
05-06-2013 15:32 #9Senior Member
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Bras and things have them for $10 online atm
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05-06-2013 15:49 #10
It depends what size? I'm currently a 12G/H and I find Cake lingerie the best, they're really comfy and supportive. I personally don't like the shape of hot milk.
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