I have been having a hideous time finding a bra that doesn’t give up on me. One that doesn’t unclick itself halfway around town. One that keeps my wild nipples in their place. One that doesn’t let my boobs hang sadly on the front of me like two baking spuds in a carrier bag. I have found that One.
During pregnancy, I could get away with a (very) sturdy sports bra but that would only last so long once Ivy came along and feeding started. Knowing that they will grow and shrink every few hours for the next few months is a pretty daunting thing when buying a bra. Especially if like me you’re rockin’ a nice set of F’s when you’re fully tanked up.
The things I NEED in a bra are support, stretch and the ability to unclip quickly/ get my boob out and over the cup. All of which are traits that this little beauty has. Oh yes ladies. SUPPORT in a nursing bra.
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I usually write a review quite quickly upon receiving and item but I wanted to test how it washed, how it looked going from my sloggy clothes to a bit more dressy and with my own breastpads, without breast pads, discreet nursing while out and about and less discreet nursing. It really is a performer. Sometimes I find that due to being gifted in the breast area I can be left with sore red marks across my underboob area but this bra really relieved that issue.
It washes fabulously, hasn’t lost colour or shape. I should say that I don’t put bras in the tumble dryer so I wasn’t about to take that risk with this one either.
I have really put this to the test for the last month and can’t recommend it enough. To check out Bravado Designs click here. The seamless nursing bra with removable foam cups was the one I have been testing and it retails at about £30 and comes in a variety of colours.
If I ever gave points for a product, this would be a 10/10.
*received the bra to review