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    Quote Originally Posted by JumpingInPuddles View Post
    I think everyone's different. I find them more supportive than any maternity bra I've tried.
    ^^^^ this!
    They are much more supportive than the 3 mat bras I bought
    I can just pull it down under my b00b, so hopefully that should be ok for BF'ing

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJMsMum View Post
    I was wondering whether those "aha bras" were any good? Are they supportive?
    I got given two to try by a family member before I was pregnant as she found them great. For me they were not supportive enough, I felt saggy in them and always worried about falling out of them. When we talked about it after I tried them she said she had to use 3 of them at once to get enough support (she has huge (G cup size) bangers). Even with 2 on (I'm a 16DD pre-pregnancy) I still didn't feel comfortable wearing them.

    I ended up getting fitted at Myer but didn't fit the ones they showed me properly. So I ended up ordering Hotmilk bra's online from Zodee, I was able to return them if I didn't like them or they didn't fit. They offered a 30day return policy and it was refund or exchange which I found really good. They also do other brands of maternity bra's to.

    ETA: I agree with pp were all different and what works for one of us may not work for others. It was a trial and error exercise for me before I settled on what was really comfy for me. My fav's are Berlei barely there maternity & Hotmilk but they may not be anyone elses cup of tea.
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    I'm a fairly busty girl so I'm not sure if the ahh bras will work for me. I guess I can always buy one and see! I currently wear Berlei bras and I love them. I guess I'm just going to have to try a few brands and see!

    Thanks everyone!

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    @LJMsMum if you are above a D cup, there is a store in melb cbd called Brava who specialise in busty bras and have a huge range of maternity- I mean huge! They are quite expensive, but will absolutely do a proper fitting and make sure you're comfortable etc. I went there pre-preg as I'm an E/F and will go back later in this preg to get fitted for maternity. I'm wearing and love Elle McPherson Womama- so soft and stretchy- I've been in them since 4 weeks preg when I went up a full cup and back size !!! The bendon outlet in Richmond is awesome and I got my bras for $20 instead of $60!

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    Bras n things have a line that go up to a G cup (look the same as their/fine lines tshirt bras). You can cross the straps over which I find great.

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    Maternity bras in large cups are a nightmare to find. Im wanting a maternity bra with removable underwires as i need the support (im currenty a F-G cup my boobs have grown huge since i fell pregnant) I know bras and things do one but not in the size i need.

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    He buy all my e cup bras from eBay .. I'll find the user name and get back to you . They are quality made and are quite cheap too ..


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    I found mine at Myer's after I got fitted by a smart experienced staff. It was pricier than what I expected, but worth the price as its really comfy - it was also berlei brand

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    I got fitted at Myer this time and bought one bra from Chloe and Lola. So comfy! I then went to Kmart once I knew my size and bought another bra for $10.

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    Bonds do a great soft moulded bra that has inbuilt breast pads do to speak. They're absorbent and eliminate the need for breast pads.

    Only downside is they only come in black and white, not nude.


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