48E Elomi Nursing & Maternity Bras

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48E Elomi Nursing & Maternity Bras (1 Results)
  • Elomi Molded Nursing Bra
    • Elomi:
    • Molded Nursing Bra
    • 71 reviews
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    • Designed for nursing women who deserve extra comfort
    • U.K. cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
    • Natural shape in unlined double-layer underwire cups
    • Easy-to-reach and open nursing snap down clips
    • Back adjustable close-set straps won't slip
    • Featured Review:
    • on January 3, 2016
    • Pros and cons, but overall a very good bra.
    • I've been buying this bra for a few years now (my eldest is six, my youngest isn't yet one). It is well constructed and lasts if cared for properly. I hand wash in lukewarm water and hang dry. Also, I try to purchase them with the band at the smaller end of my size range and I use the loosest closure. As the elastic eventually loses some of its stretch I can use the tighter hooks (this isn't an issue with THIS particular bra, ANY bra will eventually loose elasticity). This will give you more life out of the bra. I was heavy even before having kids and this is the only nursing bra I've found that gives decent support without looking like something my grandmother would wear. It isn't fancy or lacy, but it also isn't a "granny" bra. I wear the 36J, and with this bra I don't look saggy or matronly. I love that it is underwire as it gives me more definition and support. I've been told that underwires cause issues with nursing but personally I have not had that problem. I've been nursing one after the other for six years now and have always used an underwire, I just make sure to buy one that fits properly as too small of an underwire may press into the tissue on the sides of the breasts. When I tried a bra without an underwire I just felt a bit too schlumpy. If you need less support than I do then you may not have this issue. I see some people have trouble opening the clasps with one hand. I don't have that issue, but I am unable to close them with one hand. When the baby falls asleep while nursing, having to shift him around to get both hands free to close the bra is annoying. Wacoal had an easier clasp, but I stick with this bra because the support makes it worth putting up with the clasp. My only other complaint is the circle hardware (I don't know what it is called) on the back of the bra. For smaller women this is probably not an issue, but as a large woman my bra automatically comes with thicker straps. Wide straps don't work with circles, and sometimes it creates folds in the thick strap which irritate my skin. I wish they would change to an oblong rectangle shaped piece of hardware for that piece. For me the pros outweigh the cons, which is why I keep buying this bra.
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