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Anita: Stretch Microfiber Nursing Bra
66 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 January 8, 2015
Comfortable but too small.
I really like the material of this bra, its thin but provides good shape. I wish I would have paid more attention to the size when ordering though, I didnt realize that my current bra was in UK sizing rather than US, where I live, so I ordered what I thought was a size bigger but it ended up being smaller than I needed. It seems like its going to be the perfect bra for t-shirts but I'm worried that its not low enough cut for my entire wardrobe.
Anita: Seamless Nursing Bra
28 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!
Elomi: Molded Nursing Bra
56 reviews
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  • Seamless, full cup underwire nursing bra
  • U.K. cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Specifically designed for nursing mothers
  • Easy-to-reach and open nursing snap down clips
  • Back adjustable close-set straps won't slip
Featured Review:
on February 23, 2015
Best nursing bra I own
I have been wearing nursing bras exclusively for over 10 years, and this is the best I've found. The pros: Comfortable, supportive, still supportive when open for nursing, good shape and positioning under clothing (as in flattering!) The cons: It's just so dang high. It makes it hard to hide it under all but the highest necklines. I would never wear a different bra if it weren't for that problem. not sexy/cute--but if you are buying a 34FF bra, that's hard to find anyway, and then add nursing on top? yeah. And the nursing clasps require two hands (usually) to re-clasp.
Leading Lady: Front-Close Wire-Free Bra
105 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 December 26, 2014
Soooo comdortable
So I'm the type that can't go without a bra, the only time I don't have a bra on is when I'm in the shower. So these cotton no wire bras are perfect to sleep in. I saw this one and it looked comfy so I asked for it as a Christmas gift. I tried it on first thing and I have to say, it's amazing! I do have to point out though, it definitely will not be a bra I wear out because there isn't any support to it, well very minimal. I love the front closure because I have fibromyalgia so it's slightly painful to reach behind my back so that's a nice feature. It's soft and fits great with no digging in on the sides or front. I ordered the 52FGH and I wear a 48-50D, I don't know how well the cups would fit someone with a larger cup size than D cuz I fill it up pretty full! Lol. Maybe a DD. Anyways, just thought I'd post a review since I use reviews a lot to buy online, especially something like a bra that can be hard to find the right fit when you try it on much less not trying it on! Hope this helps!!
Anita: Cotton Wire-Free Nursing Bra
16 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 August 14, 2014
Comfortable Sleep or At-home Nursing Bra
This bra is extremely comfortable. It feels right as a sleep bra or a bra to wear at home when nursing. It lacks a bit in support, so I wouldn't wear it to work or to a social event.
Goddess: Keira Wire-Free Nursing Bra
22 reviews
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  • 3-part seamed, unlined wire-free nursing bra
  • Specifically designed for nursing mothers
  • Stretch mesh wings for comfort
  • Easy-to-reach and open nursing snap down clips
  • Close-set, back adjustable stretch straps
Featured Review:
on December 4, 2014
My go-to nursing bra!
This bra is extremely supportive, not to mention it does the best job separating the girls that I've ever experienced! I'm not nursing during the day any more and my boobs have shrunk a bit. I find myself in need of a new bra and I WISH they had this in a non-nursing bra! I'm not going to lie. It's ugly as sin. I finally decided that it's under my clothes and makes the girls look good, I can't hate too much! I always recommend this bra to new moms :)
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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