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Nursing sleep bra for big boobs

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Nickyct Mon 16-Oct-17 06:17:30

Can anyone recommend a nursing sleep bra for women with big boobs please. I was a 30ff pre baby - need to be re-measured now I'm nursing but essentially I'm small in the back but have big boobs!!

Currently wearing a mothercare feeding top I was given in a bag of maternity stuff by a colleague but they no longer do this style and really do need more than 1 - baby just puked on this one!!

Have tried Jojo mamma beeb sleep bras but have found they're rubbish
for me - everything falls out and have to constantly re-adjust.

Any tips please...?



Eeeeek2 Mon 16-Oct-17 09:04:59

Hot milk? I was a 30e before pregnancy went to a 32f but the coverage on the cup was full. Very comfortable.

Kueh Mon 16-Oct-17 19:28:37

I’m 32JJ and have a Molke. It’s the best bra I’ve ever had including non nursing bras! Only bad thing is they’re so popular they’re difficult to get hold off (it’s a small independent company) but they announce stock releases on their Facebook page and you can sign up for email notifications

teaandbiscuitsforme Mon 16-Oct-17 21:20:16

Bravissimo do nursing bras. You could also try

IME you can’t get anything decent in high street shops!

Catbot Mon 16-Oct-17 21:26:21

I still use my non-wired Freya nursing bras six years after needing them! Only when at home though! They are soooo comfy.

QueenRefusenik Mon 16-Oct-17 21:31:21

Non-wired Royce Sadie were the saviours of my 34h puppies. Really comfy!

starsinyourpies Mon 16-Oct-17 21:34:56

For sleeping the Jojo ones are good:

INeedNewShoes Mon 16-Oct-17 21:38:12

Exactly the same size back and cup size as you pre baby and I've been using the Emma Jane cotton lace trim maternity bra in 32F (cups must be generous!).

teaandbiscuitsforme Mon 16-Oct-17 21:48:59

Didn’t notice you said sleep bra!

It wasn’t great but my staple was a gel wired one from Amazon. It wasn’t sized though, just s m l.

Nickyct Tue 17-Oct-17 06:14:47

THanks - I've looked at molke site as recommended on fb mums local group but colours not me and not available - will def follow on Facebook.

Lallypopstick Tue 17-Oct-17 06:36:43

For bed I just use a nursing vest from H&M.

comfyshoelady Tue 17-Oct-17 06:41:55

I'm big, though not quite as big as you, I eventually realised that the seamless crop top type bras worked as well as anything else for feeding. They are supportive enough for night and can easily be moved to the side for feeding. Got mine from tu and the quality is good, they don't lose their elasticity.

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