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Help needed to find a nursing bra in a 32B

(6 Posts)
tutu100 Tue 29-Sep-09 21:27:28

My boobs have shrunk dramatically in the last few months and even though I still feed ds2 4 times a day or more my boobs are now down to a 32B and my old bras don't hold my breastpads in place.

Been looking around on line, but can't seem to find anywhere selling 32 sizes except for hotmilk which I would love, but can't afford unless someone knows about an offer somewhere.

Anyway help desperatly needed as I had a conversation with the next door neighbour today with a breastpad poking out my top. (She didn't mention it though grin).

mwff Tue 29-Sep-09 21:32:06

hot milk 32s aren't real 32s anyway, they're v generous (or at least in the older styles, can't say for the newer ones).

royce start at a 32 b in some of their styles and they're much truer to size ime

tutu100 Tue 29-Sep-09 22:05:12

Thanks have had a look and they have a stockist near me so I will go and try some on.

RamblingRosa Wed 30-Sep-09 08:12:15

Hot Milk are great. Elle MacPherson do 32Bs too. Have you looked on Figleaves? I'm sure I saw a 20% off voucher somewhere. Might have been on the promo code bit of MN.

Oh, and I think La Senza now do nursing bras. don't know how good the quality is but they're bound to be cheaper than hot milk.

I got quite a few bras on ebay when I was breastfeeding. Not second hand! New ones. But v. cheap. Worth a look?

tutu100 Wed 30-Sep-09 11:25:09

Looked on ebay, but very little in the size I need and nothing I liked. Will hunt for a money off code as well. Thank you.

rosiejoy Wed 30-Sep-09 21:00:56

i got mine from H&M a couple of years ago, cant remember if i got 32 or 34 B.

they were sold as maternity bras, but had the little hooks so they were nursing bras too.

im sure they still do them.

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