Buying a Nursing Bra? – Don’t Stress!

Many new Moms and Moms-to-be worry about the nursing bra shopping experience. No need to stress as there are many great options for nursing bras these days. I have come up with a few pointers to help you have a successful shopping experience!

ONE!!

Help

Go to a place that will help you fit your nursing bra. I never leave a woman alone to pick out nursing bras and I am always available to help with the fit. I will pull all options that will work for the customer and bring different sizes until she finds one that fits and is comfortable. You should not have to leave the dressing room!

TWO!!

A good time to get fit for a nursing bra is 4 weeks prior to your due date. It is always a good idea to start with at least one bra before the baby arrives. If you are worried about finances, keep in mind that family and close friends may ask about gift ideas. You can always take a photo of a nursing bra for which you were fitted and throw that in as a potential gift idea. I love giving gifts that are useful and much needed!

THREE!!

Be open minded! Sometimes the bra that looks funny on the hangar is the one you will love! The Amoralia Second Skin Fuller Bust Nursing Bra is the bra you have to try on. Designed for a fuller bust, it is one of our top sellers because it is supportive, comfortable and pretty!

Amoralia Full Bust

Amoralia Full Bust

FOUR!!

Be sure to purchase a seamless nursing bra. A great seamless nursing bra will get you through the beginning stages of nursing and the fluctuations due to milk supply. You can also wear them to bed. I love the Cake Maternity Cotton Candy and Rock Candy Seamless Nursing Bras! The fabric is fabulous and they come in cute colours! The Rock Candy also works as a great maternity bra as things change during your pregnancy.

Cotton Candy

Cotton Candy

Rock Candy

Rock Candy

FINALLY!

If you go shopping with your baby and she/he cries, don’t worry! Some new Moms worry that a crying baby will bother others. Any shop that carries nursing bras are used to crying babies. I have rocked many a baby while a new Mom was trying on bras. Some have to stop to breastfeed the little one and that is all part of it. Just relax and go with it!!