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I am in desperate need. My bravada from ds is too tight. Motherwear has some pretty ones. Any recommendations?
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I've heard the Yes! bras are supposed to be really good. I just ordered a size up with my Bravado and like it.
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I've heard the Yes! bras are supposed to be really good.
Thanks! Do you know where I can get one?
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I love me Bravado too, except I've been drying it, so it's getting a little tight.

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I love the Bravado myself... when I need more I may try the Yes! just so I can compare.

The Bravado is a good price and free shipping at http://www.breakoutbras.com They have the original Bravado bra and the new Bravado Lifestyle bra.
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I have some underwire non-padded, nice looking ones from Motherhood Maternity that I LOOOOOVE. They are nice-looking bras. I would wear them if I weren't nursing.
http://www.motherhood.com/Product.as...rCategory_Id=6
It is so hard to find my size (large 36E right now..) and I just love these bras.
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I just got a new Bravado and bought another cheapie bra from Target that is actually pretty comfy. Oddly enough, my old Bravado nursing bras are way too small this time so I had to get a larger size. My boobs are much bigger than they were nursing my first two. Who knows why....

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http://www.kidalog.net/product_info....oducts_id=1236

Here's one place that sells the yes bras. I like my Bravado, and I found a nursing sport bra at Target I love.
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I always recommend the bras from Decent Exposures. They are incredibly comfortable, and you don't have to deal with snaps or closures. I have worn them for all 3 of mine.
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I also love Decent Exposures!
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Lurking from August DDC (I lurk over here sometimes because my babies I lost were due in May ). Anyway, the last nursing bras I had came from A Pea in the Pod - they sort of just fell apart, but to be fair - I wore the ALL THE TIME. They were really comfy though. One note of caution about Motherhood bras - try on every one you buy. Don't try one on and decide to buy two that are identical. I did that and the second one (even though everything was identical) totally did not fit - it was crazy. I couldn't take it back, so I was stuck with a bra that was too small. Honestly though - I bought my first Bravado a couple of months ago, and it is the best.
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