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help! i need a good nursing bra...

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heidibristol Fri 21-Oct-11 15:01:31

Hi Ladies,

Hopefully one of you ladies out there will know where I can get a 32H nursing bra from? The high street only stock up to 32G or don't stock band size 32 at all sad Any ideas?

Hx

Franchini Fri 21-Oct-11 15:03:07

try www.royce-lingerie.co.uk

SuiGeneris Fri 21-Oct-11 15:15:56

Second Royce and also Emma Jane. Try the NCT shop or nursing-bra.co.uk: wide range and fast delivery

heidibristol Sat 22-Oct-11 21:15:36

Thanks ladies...been through all the sites but still no 32H. Back to the drawing board I guess! sad

CobOnTheCorn Sat 22-Oct-11 21:19:07

heidi I've just looked on the bravissimo website and they have nursing bras that go up to J and K cup.

izzybizzybuzzybees Sat 22-Oct-11 21:20:48

Try this its fab and i was a 32F after i had my daughter. Super comfy and surprisingly supportive grin

musttidyupmusttidyup Sat 22-Oct-11 21:24:12

Try figleaves look like a good selection in your size
here
Easy returns to so you can try smile

DorisIsTheDarkDestroyer Sat 22-Oct-11 21:28:00

www.nursingbra.co.uk these people do (I've just checked) I've used them too and from what I can remember (2 years ago ) they were fine..

TheBluthCompany Sun 23-Oct-11 12:10:35

I'm something like a 34g and this is the only bra I've found that fits. Normal bras with a cup dig in no matter what size they are but this works really well and is very comfy.

I massively second the Bravado, brilliant support, comfort and so easy to use. The fact that it covers several sizes makes it so practical. Only downside? Possibly least attractive bra in the world grin Still wouldn't have used anything else though.

ELaunch Tue 25-Oct-11 09:09:02

Hi ladies, also try www.bras4mums.co.uk as they stock a wide range of styles and sizes (28-50 band, A-L cup). They offer unlimited exchanges and also have a home fitting service if there is a BraLady in your area (see www.bralady.co.uk)

Scaredycat3000 Tue 25-Oct-11 19:42:41

I'm a 34HH. I hated non-wired nursing bras, the lack of support, the bizarre European sizing meaning an I/J cup is still to small, the constant flesh being pressed together and resulting unpleasantness blush . Personally for non-wired nursing bras I'd say you really have 3 options, Figleaves, Bravissimo, and NCT shop. Luckily since my last pregnancy opinion has changed on under wiring and nursing bras, they are now considered safe so long as they fit well. I have bought the Elomi under wired bra in 36H and take an inch in on the back, so making it the equivalent of a 34HH. So I don't only have one style I am going to buy some normal under wired bras, and with some clips from old nursing bras and a bit of ribbon turn them into drop cups.
Good luck, there really is a gap in the market here!

Eglu Tue 25-Oct-11 20:21:28

I'm currently bfing and a 30H. Total nightmare. I would agree with nursingbra.co.uk. Hotmilk are a good brand, even though they don't have underwires they feel supportive.

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