I have a couple of the Kmart ones and they're not very comfortable and quite ugly, but they were cheap so I gave them a try. I'm a 10D . I have. Bras a d things one too which is by far the most comfortable but feels bulky when I'm feeding. I've never heard of cake ones where do you buy them?
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05-06-2013 16:23 #11
05-06-2013 16:33 #12
I liked lovable brand. But mostly the target breastfeeding singlets. They have the bra insert thing. They were so comfortable and wearing the singlet type ones I felt more secure and less exposed!!
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05-06-2013 18:11 #13
I live in Kmart maternity singlets. I've found I can wear just about anything over the top of them while still being able to feed. I love that the don't feel restrictive, don't dig in and are a bra and singlet all in one. I'm a 12D.
05-06-2013 18:38 #14
In big w they sell Bonds breastfeeding singlet bras.
These are my favourites. The bra is well structured for support and the singlet part meant I could wear any of my regular clothes and just lift them up to bf without flashing everyone.
05-06-2013 19:12 #15
05-06-2013 19:19 #16
I just have Kmart ones not very attractive but comfortable. Once bub comes ill look into others.
05-06-2013 19:26 #17Senior Member
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This pregnancy I am using some from Best and Less and I am loving them! I find that I prefer the ones that have a side part when you open the flap - does that make sense? Sort of like they have a whole second layer of bra but it has a hole in it. They are harder to find but I find they feel much more supportive and comfortable. The other ones just always make me feel like I am flopping out everywhere......
05-06-2013 19:53 #18Senior Member
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I bought a new bra the other day. It's a lovable Barely There maternity one, and much to my discomfort it has removable straps (as in the ones that detach at the back) with really scratchy parts. What for?! Since when do I need a strapless or cross over mat bra?! I didn't notice when I bought it, didn't even think to look for them. Grrr!
i was also sold one by a reputable bf'ing shop last pregnancy which didn't expose my whole breast when feeding, which made early feeding so much harder.
A couple of things to look out for and avoid!
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