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Need recs for an inexpensive but good nursing bra

post #1 of 6
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With or without underwire is fine. I love my bravado seamless body silk bras, but I have lost weight and they are now way too big. I imagine we have a year of nursing left, so I need something to get me through that but I don't want to spend a ton of money. Any recommendations? I think I'm either a 32DD or a 34DD.
post #2 of 6
I like my new LLL bra. $28
post #3 of 6
I've been regularly checking the trading post here and the boards on diaper swappers for used bras. This way I'm able to get name brand big $ bras that are gently used for just a few dollars. Like you, my size isn't that common, so it takes some patience, but I've found some great deals. Good luck!
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Originally Posted by pleasantlyfurious View Post
I've been regularly checking the trading post here and the boards on diaper swappers for used bras. This way I'm able to get name brand big $ bras that are gently used for just a few dollars. Like you, my size isn't that common, so it takes some patience, but I've found some great deals. Good luck!
I have definitely been watching for them here and there as well! It is hard to find my size, especially now that I realize I think I'm a 32DD. 34DD is hard enough!
post #5 of 6
Not sure about the sizes, but I have all Gilligan & O'Malley from Target, and they work fine. Mine are non-underwire.

I have one of these, for a daytime bra

and three of these for sleep.

ETA often sizes in the store are different from what they have online, so it's worth a look.
post #6 of 6
I got so irritated trying to find a nursing bra that I liked that I converted my old non-nursing bras to nursing bras. I figure that by the time I am done with nursing (years from now, hopefully), I will need/want to buy new bras anyway. http://eternalvoyageur.xanga.com/710...a-nursing-bra/

I think it cost me $10 in all... a generous estimate. I just bought the hooks and some ribbon. I had the needles and thread. Once you do one, it takes about 10 minutes per bra to do it, start to finish.
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