I live in Victoria (Eastern suburbs) and I'm looking for a good place to buy maternity bras. I would prefer to buy them in a shop rather than online so I can have them professionally fitted. Anyone know where I could go? For my first pregnancy I went to Mother Care.
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25-10-2013 20:27 #1
25-10-2013 20:35 #2Senior Member
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I went to Myer and was fitted there and bought Triumph bras they've been great!
25-10-2013 20:51 #3Senior Member
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what about having an intimo party? they come to your place and fit you as well, I love my bras from them! google it =)
25-10-2013 21:20 #4
Ohhh yeah I just went to an intimo party and love their bras!! They will do a fitting for you at the party.
I also have triumph maternity bras which I think are awesome and are my preferred choice to sleep in! Am a bit annoyed at triumph atm though as they're choosing to close down all their stand alone stores so you'll only be able to buy them in Myer or online (or maybe DJs as well, not sure :/)
27-10-2013 09:47 #5
Thanks everyone. I'll try Myer
30-10-2013 13:23 #6Senior Member
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I went to Myer and got fitted and then the lady helped me try on about 20 bras, only 1 of which fit my weird shaped tatties She must have been so glad to see the back of me!
30-10-2013 13:39 #7
I went Myers and got fitted and they all were the most uncomfortable things ever.
Ended up going to target (or kmart) and buying those 'ahh bra' type ones with out bones.... So much better.
IMO save your $$ and get those ones.
31-10-2013 15:46 #8
I was wondering whether those "aha bras" were any good? Are they supportive?
31-10-2013 15:49 #9
I've got lovables fro Myer and they are comfy!
Ahh Bras are basically crop tops - I wear them to bed at night to keep my breast pads in place lol! Definitely not supportive enough for every day use.
31-10-2013 16:07 #10
I think it's gonna depend on how big you are, those ahh bras don't do anything for my milked up puppies (except hold nursing pads in at night as pp said)
Triumph ones are great, if you need bigger cup sizes then Hot Milk and Freya (both online) are my recs.
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