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Anita: Stretch Microfiber Nursing Bra
61 reviews
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  • Comfortable nursing bra with underwire
  • European cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Convenient one-handed nursing clips
  • Unlined molded cups for a natural looking shape
  • Underwire provides all-around breast support
Featured Review:
on June 24, 2014
LOVE it!
I've searched for maternity bras for about 5 months now. Being 8 months pregnant, I was almost OVER it. I received this Anita bra and fell in love. The material is light, the hooks make it easy to access the nipple (that'll be great for when it's time to breastfeed or pump), and it looks great under a t-shirt.
Anita: Seamless Nursing Bra
23 reviews
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  • Seamless, molded, underwire nursing bra
  • European cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Convenient one-handed nursing clips
  • Cushioned front straps, adjustable back straps
  • 3 column, 3 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on June 3, 2014
The Best Pretty and Functional Bra for Big Breasts
Do you have extra large breasts, love nursing your baby, but hate the amount of fabric and layers needed in a bra to provide any amount support? Me, too. This bra's for you. While not a good choice for running or athletics, this bra is an amazing everyday bra (literally every day). It's unlined, but made of super strong stretchy tech fabric so it doesn't stretch out throughout the day/ week. It's pretty and keeps your boobs up and in when you want them to stay put and lets them out easily with the hook and loop design when you're ready to nurse. As someone with 34 H to 34 I boobs, I have tried a lot of bras looking for "the one" and this may be it.
Anita: Cotton Wire-Free Nursing Bra
14 reviews
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  • Firm support, 3-part unlined cup wire-free nursing bra
  • European cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Convenient one-handed nursing clips
  • Back adjustable, close-set, stretch straps won’t slip
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on February 6, 2014
A little high on the armpits
My only complaint is it's a little high on the armpits but other than that it fits well. I was surprised because with no underwire I was afraid my breasts would just flop but it holds them up really well. I ordered a 42FF and it's perfect, little of room if I grow a bit also.
Le Mystère: Mama Mia Nursing Bra
2 reviews
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  • Seamless, balcony cup underwire nursing bra
  • European cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Foam-lined cups with side boning for support
  • Convenient one-handed nursing clips
  • Fully adjustable, close-set, stretch straps won't slip
Featured Review:
on May 12, 2014
Great "stylish" nursing bra
I ordered a 34 F because it did not come in a 32 G. It is a TINY bit too small, but with that said it is a great bra. I feel like every nursing bra is so ugly but this is pretty and has a great shape. The padding in the bra is very light, but enough to hide peek-a-boo nipples. I ordered it in nude and black and will be wearing both of them for some time to come! The nursing clasps are easy to use. You do have to move aside the padding to nurse, but its not a big deal. Great Bra and would definitely recommend it!
Anita: Paisley Nursing Bra
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  • Seamless, molded, underwire nursing bra
  • European cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Convenient one-handed nursing clips
  • Fully adjustable stretch straps
  • 4 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
Elle Macpherson Intimates: Momamia Wire-Free Nursing Bra
6 reviews
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  • Full coverage, unlined wire-free nursing bra
  • U.K. cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Seamless, molded double-layer cups
  • Easy-to-reach, front adjustable nursing clips
  • 6 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on June 19, 2014
Order up a size
Supportive and cute. I recommend ordering up a cup size (even above and beyond the standard size up to accommodate for Euro sizing), as I found the bras to still run a bit small. Since the band has so many settings, I'd go with the pre-prego sizing so that as your rib cage gets smaller again, you can go down to what you need.
Anita: Twin Maximum Comfort Wire-Free Nursing Bra
3 reviews
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  • Seamless nursing bra with convenient one-handed clips
  • Unlined wire-free cups for a natural looking shape
  • Back adjustable, close-set, stretch straps won’t slip
  • 4 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
  • Columns and rows increase with size
Featured Review:
on March 25, 2014
LOVE IT!
I am typically a 32DDD and I bought this bra after having baby number 2 and bought a 34 F. I LOVE the way it fits. I do not have excess coming out of the cup and the fit around fits perfectly. I totally recommend this for small figures with big busts! I had to ditch my underwire bras because they were blocking my production and making me hurt, and while I never didn't own an underwire due to my size, I feel this gives me the support I need.
Anita: Wire-Free Nursing Bra
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  • Seamed foam-lined cup wire-free nursing bra
  • European cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Convenient one-handed nursing clips
  • Comfort front straps, back adjustable stretch straps
  • 4 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
Bravado!: Essential Embrace Wire-Free Nursing Bra
7 reviews
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  • Seamless unlined wire-free nursing bra with side boning
  • Easy-to-reach convenient one-handed nursing clips
  • Fully adjustable, close-set, stretch straps won't slip
  • 4 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
  • Columns/rows increase with size - includes bra extender
Featured Review:
on May 2, 2014
Overall good
I have tried on a million different nursing bras and I will say that this one is the most comfortable. I like the hold it has even without an underwire. I would say that it runs a little small. I am tall and have a longer upper half and the straps don't go down enough. My boobs kind pull the back up. Annoying yet still overall comfortable.
Bravado!: Sweet Pea Cotton Wire-Free Nursing Bra
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  • Seamless wire-free nursing bra with smooth underband
  • Molded unlined cups for a natural-looking shape
  • Easy-to-reach, one-handed nursing clips
  • Front adjustable stretch straps
  • 4 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
Elle Macpherson Intimates: Maternelle Maternity Wire-Free Nursing Bra
9 reviews
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  • Seamless, unlined wire-free nursing bra
  • U.K. cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Back adjustable stretch straps
  • Specifically designed for nursing mothers
  • 6 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on July 7, 2014
Nursing made easy
My only regret was I never knew of this product when I had my first two babies. My last child is a little over two years now but I felt it necessary to still leave a review. This is a great nursing bra. It opens up really well for breast feeding and the material is skin friendly.
Leading Lady: Molded Nursing Bra
5 reviews
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  • Seamless, underwire nursing bra
  • Full cups provide comfortable support
  • Double-layer cups offer a natural looking shape
  • Easy-to-reach one-handed nursing clips
  • Comfortable stretch straps
Featured Review:
on March 24, 2012
In love, but.......
From the moment I tried it on I knew a match had been made! I detest bra shopping and even more so when nothing is as it usually would be - as is the case during pregnancy and nursing. I was even more thrilled when I saw the price of these bras compared to the ten others I tried on was the lowest. So for the first three months they were great. I got four of them to rotate through wearing and the wash which I thought would be plenty. However, after the first three months they started to get uncomfortable. There is a side support wire that sits vertically beneath your armpit. Due to a slight design flaw, the wire situates itself so that the fabric no longer holds it in place and it starts digging into the side of my torso. It started with just one (the black one) but then has since become a problem with all of them. That said, I know they recommend a bra life of six months and in theory I would be well past that life but in the past I've managed to maintain my bras for a year or better with special care. Who can afford new bras every six months? Now that I'm less than three months from weaning I'm not going to go buy more bras. And that serves to say that it isn't so uncomfortable that I can't stand it but there are days when I do just have to switch bras because one will be more uncomfortable than another. So, it's a mixed review. I would definitely buy them again because you can't compromise when you find a bra that fits right but I wish they would fix that small issue with the wire. I guess you just have to resolve yourself to buying more of them and hope they last you through the maternity/nursing period.
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