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Old 06-21-2013, 09:02 PM   #1
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Comfy Nursing Bra's Suggestions

That dont break the bank??! I have a few new dresses to dress this new body of mine but I need some bras. The ones I have are just el cheapo ones that dont look great under clothing.

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Old 06-21-2013, 09:33 PM   #2
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There were some of those genie bra type but nursing at Target...
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Re: Comfy Nursing Bra's Suggestions

I know you said you wanted to cheapy ones, but this is my unsolicited advice... Great looking, comfortable bras are worth the investment! The girls deserve something nice for all the hard work they do. ;P
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I know you said you wanted to cheapy ones, but this is my unsolicited advice... Great looking, comfortable bras are worth the investment! The girls deserve something nice for all the hard work they do. ;P
Well I didn't mean like dirt cheap just not a $45 bra lol! $25-$30ish range is ok. I think that's giving myself enough cushion right? Just looking for things that dont dig in and I don't feel like ripping it off everytime.. I am not a bra person I'm more of a sports bra, racer back girl but my body changed a lot in the pregnancy
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Well I didn't mean like dirt cheap just not a $45 bra lol! $25-$30ish range is ok. I think that's giving myself enough cushion right? Just looking for things that dont dig in and I don't feel like ripping it off everytime.. I am not a bra person I'm more of a sports bra, racer back girl but my body changed a lot in the pregnancy
Not quite $45...

https://www.breakoutbras.com/product...a/Nursing-Bras

I have this one & it's not very sexy, but it is sooooo comfy & looks great under clothes. It's one of the very few that I could find in my size that actually felt and looked good. The only thing I don't like about it is that it's unlined so if you don't wear bra pads or a thicker/textured top, you might have some modesty issues.

I bought a few cheaper bras, but it ended up being a total waste of money. IMO, having even 1 nice bra is better than having 2 or 3 bras that you don't really like, or don't look good.

Depending on your size, Breakout Bras might have some nice ones in your price range... they have free shipping & a good return/exchange policy (I tested it a lot)!
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Old 06-25-2013, 03:07 PM   #6
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Re: Comfy Nursing Bra's Suggestions

My favorite after 3 babes is the bravado. I do usually do 1 nicer one for going out.
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Old 06-25-2013, 05:25 PM   #7
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My favorite after 3 babes is the bravado. I do usually do 1 nicer one for going out.
Which style particularly?!
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My favorite after 3 babes is the bravado. I do usually do 1 nicer one for going out.
I second this. I have quite a few styles, and love them all. If it were me, and I was going to splurge on one, I'd do the Body Silk. It's comfy, no underwire, which I can't handle with engorged milk boobies, and looks great under clothes.
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Re: Comfy Nursing Bra's Suggestions

You could also use what you already have if you find any of your non-nursing bras comfortable. I converted some of my bras to nursing bras something like the link below except I got my hardware from an old nursing bra that was too large in the band for me.

http://www.sleepingbaby.net/jan/Baby/braconvert.html

If you want to get clasps:
http://www.sewsassy.com/BraProducts/...braclasps.html
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I love my bravado nursing bra too!

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