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Old 06-03-2011, 08:44 PM   #11
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My favorite nursing bra is from Target! It has a little lace on top and no underwire but is very supportive! (I checked their website but they don't have the ones I bought on there...hmmm)
I actually just bought this 2 days ago and so far love it

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Old 06-03-2011, 09:10 PM   #12
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Thanks for all the suggestions. I had some Target ones that I loved, but they have nothing good anymore. I will check these out.
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Old 06-03-2011, 11:39 PM   #13
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Curretly the only nursing bra I wear is a sports bra from Bravado and ONLY at home. I had a regular nursing bra but it was very uncomfortable, the cups where WAY to small, the band when it went up to its largest fit didnt touch my ribs and I acctually started to fall out, it hurt my shoulders and upper back. Its very hard for me to find bras that hold them in when im not nursing. When my son was born I did find that JC Penny's had some very nice nursing bras, but that was the only store I could find them in at the time, now Walmart has them ( I think they got up to a 38 DD or 40 DD...dont remember), Target and a few other places. If you have the extra money ( like $200), you can look online there are tons of high quality bras online, they cost any where from 40-70 dollars, but they are guarenteed to fit, or if you live in the large city, or near one like New York, San Deigo, San Antonio, alot of those cities have botiques that make tailored bras that are surprisingly cheap, that will fit your body perfectly.
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