View Full Version : small backed nursing bras (mrs dargonne help!)
didnt know whether to put this in fashion or parenting but anyway here i am....
well today i went to get fitted in Bravissimo for a new bra for my bridesmaids dress. having been tootling around for years in a 32c, i was fitted, and am a 30F!! :faint:
unfortunately, their nursing bras start at a 32back and were too loose and i seem to remember Mrs Dargonne, you had a similar prob when you were bf'ing?
where did you find them? i am looking on ebay but no luck yet....
can anyone help? :bow:
I remember seeing small back bras in mothercare when I was pg,or daisy and toms use to do them as well
Hi there, you have a good memory!!!
Yes i did have trouble, i was fitted at a 30G but they only stared at a 32 back so thats what i had to get and just had it done up on the tightest fastening, i had to keep replacing them though because the more they got washed the looser they got, it was an absolute nightmare.
I had Emma Jane nursing bra's and i bought them from John Lewis, they were around £20 a bra :faint:
It doesn't look that bad in the picture but when if it was shown on a F or G cup it would look very different believe me. Unfortunately i gave up looking for a nicer one and just stuck with those, not very pretty IMO but not as "granny" as some others.
Mothercare only start at a 34 back and so do M&S as far as i know, unless they've changed in the last 12 months or so.
I ended up towards the end of bf just buying ordinary bras and using them instead of proper nursing bra's because i got bored of looking like my Nan :oops: :oops:
I tend to buy bra's from here www.brastop.com (http://www.brastop.com) as you can search for your size and it comes up with whatever they have in stock in yout size rather than you trailing through pages looking for something that will fit you.
Ebay is probably another bet but unfortunately i think you're going to find it extremly difficult to find a nursing bra with a 30 back, i will be very interested if you can.
Good luck and hth.
Figleaves have 3 available now in a 30F and more to order
http://www.figleaves.com/uk/nsf/qwiseranswered.asp?searchhandle=DADBDBDHDADADDDGDD DJDFGBDHGCDBGECNGEGEDIDICNDEDEDDGDCNGBGBGGDFCNDADE GEDFGGDDGEDADIDIDDGDDADADADBDBDADADBDEENGBHEGFHCGO GJHEHJCAECHCGBHDDADADADEDADADADADADADADBDFDADADADB DADADADADADADADADADADADADBDADADADBDEENGBHEGFHCGOGJ HEHJCAECHCGBHDDADADADBDB&answerhandle=DCCDDBDIDJCDDDDDDH&sortorderrequested=&originalquery=Maternity+bras&oqmc=5&answerhandleback=DCCDDBDIDJCDDCDADH&spellercorrections=&pagesize=&colouranswerselected=&productid=&answer=DCCDDBDIDJCDDDDDDH&answer=1&answer=1&answer=1&answer=1&answer=1&answer=1
Oh WOW NooNoo, good work :thumb:
I tried figleaves when i was bfing and they only ever had vile vile designs, these are just lovely, i'm tempted to order some :oops: :oops: :oops:
Oh those are lovely, so much better than Emma Jane ones, I had one of those too, but disliked it so much I sold it on e-bay, I just couldn't wear a bra like that..
£33 for a nursing bra though:faint:
I know they are so expensive aren't they! I ended up using vouchers we were given as wedding presents to buy nursing bras and then ended up selling them anyway because they stretched too much after washing them constantly.
I was v v annoyed because if i'd been a 34b/c i could have had 2 plain cotton bras for £20 from Mothercare/M&S :angry:
Some discounts here
oh my god you are all absolute angels!
i spent £23 on a multiway yesterday (i can undo the cups liek a nursing bra!) but those are fab - thank you sooo much!
i will have a look in mothercare too -
thanks you guys! :flowers:
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