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Anita: Seamless Nursing Bra
29 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 February 27, 2015
Excellent for large breasts!
I'm so happy to have found this bra! I'm wearing a 38 J and can't remember the last time I wore a bra with out a wire (it was probably a training bra!) so I was leery to try it but did so because I was desperate to find a comfortable, well-fitting nursing bra. This bra is very comfortable, supportive, and well-made. The material is soft and breathable. The back has a very wide band and the straps are strong enough to support the weight of large breasts. I'm so happy with this bra that I ordered a second one! Worth the price. Thank you for carrying large sizes!
Leading Lady: Front-Close Wire-Free Bra
114 reviews
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  • Darted, unlined wire-free sleep bra
  • Padded wide straps for added comfort
  • U-back design allows straps to stay in place
  • 1 column, 7 row hook and eye front closure
  • Comfortable, stretch cotton
Featured Review:
on May 12, 2015
Great for sleeping in
Very comfy like wearing a comfy t-shirt
Bravado!: Body Silk Wire-Free Nursing Bra
26 reviews
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  • Seamless wire-free nursing bra with wide underband
  • Molded double-layer cups with removable foam inserts
  • Easy-to-reach and open nursing snap down clips
  • Conversion clips included for when you are done nursing
  • Convenient front adjustable stretch straps
Featured Review:
on May 16, 2015
comfy
easy to wear day and night. contours to to shape of breasts
Bravado!: The New Original Nursing Wire-Free Bra Plus Size
1 review
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  • Shaped, unlined, molded, soft cups
  • Stretch cotton
  • Easy-to-reach and open nursing snap down clips
  • Criss-cross front
  • Embossed logo on wide, bust-supportive underband
Featured Review:
on May 5, 2014
Nice fit and print.
Right out of the box I like the print and texture of the fabric. I am 35 weeks pregnant 5' 2" 165lbs. I have always had trouble finding cute bras for 34F/G. I bought a Med. to compromise between the band size and the cup size... it fits pretty darn good! I would not wear this bra for going anywhere but it has good support for around the house and is super comfortable. It will make a good sleep bra too. It would be nice if it had side boning to for a little more flattering fit and there is no lining so your nips show! I will be keeping this bra- I think it will be great for an around the house bra with a new baby to feed every 3 hrs!
Amoena: Hannah Front-Close Wire-Free Comfort Bra
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  • Darted, unlined wire-free cotton bra
  • Molded double-layer cups with lace
  • Fabric pocket for use with prosthesis or enhancers
  • Mastectomy bra designed for post breast surgery
  • Convenient one-handed clips doubles as nursing bra
Bravado!: The Original Nursing Double Plus Wire-Free Bra
9 reviews
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  • Comfortable unlined wire-free nursing bra
  • Designed for nursing mothers up to a G-cup!
  • Strategically placed non-irritating seams
  • Front adjustable straps and one-handed nursing clips
  • Wide underband offers bust support - goes on over head
Featured Review:
on May 21, 2015
My main nursing bra
Great plus-size nursing bra. Even though it's wireless I can actually wear it out of the house. Good support from the wide bottom band, comfortable all day, and it doesn't give me complete uniboob.
Bravado!: The New Original Nursing Wire-Free Bra
6 reviews
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Details:
  • Shaped, unlined, molded, soft cups
  • Stretch cotton
  • Easy-to-reach and open nursing snap down clips
  • Criss-cross front
  • Embossed logo on wide, bust-supportive underband
Featured Review:
on May 18, 2015
So comfy and supportive
This is by far the most comfortable and supportive nursing bra I've tried. I like that the pads are removable for less bulk with baby but can cover breast pads when out and about. All other bras feel scratchy and bulky by comparison.
Bravado!: Confetti Wire-Free Nursing Bra
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  • Seamless wire-free nursing bra with ribbed underband
  • Swiss dot print, molded unlined cups
  • Soft fabric adjusts to your changing shape for comfort
  • Easy-to-reach, one-handed nursing clips
  • Front adjustable stretch straps
Leading Lady: Nursing Wire-Free Cami Bra
2 reviews
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  • Ultra-comfy, wire-free nursing bra
  • Easy-to-reach one-handed nursing clips
  • Double-layer cups offer a natural looking shape
  • Elastic underband lays flat against the body
  • Fully adjustable stretch straps
Featured Review:
on July 12, 2013
Great as a pseudo-cami top
I'm sure I'm not the only large-busted new mom who has noticed that most nursing tops simply don't offer enough coverage and nursing camis don't offer enough support on their own. A mom must either wear multiple layers (too hot in the summer), show too much cleavage, or wear conventional shirts that one must lift up in order to nurse. None of these options are great. I found these bras to offer a great compromise. That is, the bra itself resembles a cami at the top, so I can wear it under a nursing-top without any other layer. The bra is quite supportive too, as well as comfortable. My one complaint may be a sizing issue, but after I've worn the bra for awhile (maybe it stretches out?), the inside layer (the mesh) sometimes rises up above the main bra portion (the cloth that unclips for nursing), which makes it look like I'm wearing a strange contraption on my chest. I have to be attentive to how the bra is laying more than I'd like to.
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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