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Old 06-07-2013, 07:18 PM   #1
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Nursing Bras

Where do you get yours? I need some new ones but I'm having a hard time finding anything that fits right, is comfortable, and affordable.

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Old 06-07-2013, 07:32 PM   #2
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Bravado silk seamless - they are retailing for $50 so not really affordable but they fit great! and are comfortable.
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Old 06-07-2013, 08:45 PM   #3
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I really like the nursing tank tops at target. I have a bunch in all the colors. I think it's this line: Gilligan & O'Malley® Women's Cotton Nursing Cami. It's has a bra shelf in it. I lived in them. I really only used my nursing bra at work for pumping.

I got mine at motherhood maternity. I'm sure I spent too much, I just didn't know where else to go. Target does have nursing bras too...
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Target has great nursing tanks. I also love the sport bra type nursing bras at Motherhood. Great support and no underwires.
http://www.motherhood.com/mobile/Pro...tegory_Id=MC29
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Bravado silk seamless - they are retailing for $50 so not really affordable but they fit great! and are comfortable.
Yeah that! I love mine! I think I would live in it if I had to! They are not the cheapest but they fit amazingly and are worth every penny if you ask me.
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:55 AM   #6
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Check out leading lady brand at Walmart.com. Very affordable and lots of different styles.

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Re: Nursing Bras

Bravado sells the body silk bra (sans cup inserts) in target stores for $24. It is soooo comfortable and adjustable. They call it the stella instead of "body silk." I got target tanks too, but prefered the bravado ones in the store. The gillian o malley target tanks have a scratchy bit where the strap attaches to the top on a lot of them, so make sure to try them on. The bravado ones are seamless and can be used as an undershirt too. The target ones are too long to be undershirts, but look cute as tops with a sweater.
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Do you know if you're in the right size? Check out the sizing instructions at Breakout Bras online (www.breakoutbras.com) and see what you should be wearing. I've ordered a number of bras from them, and they have great customer service! Free shipping and free returns.
Personally, I've never found a Bravado bra that I like. I've tried a few different styles and always end up feeling smushed and droopy, not supported. I like the Anita bras best, I think.
Good luck with your search!
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I love Cake! They are not so cheap, but they are so amazing, I love that they are actually cute, go to bigger sizes, and offer underwire, they are the best.

http://www.cakelingerie.com/
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Bravado silk seamless - they are retailing for $50 so not really affordable but they fit great! and are comfortable.
Another vote for bravado! I have worn mine nonstop since ds1 was born 7 years ago breast feeding or not. I'm excited to try their new style coming out this summer.
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