With my first two kids, the nursing bras I wore weren’t too exciting – I sported such thrilling shades of neutral, white, and black.. They were the antithesis of sexy. Since the birth of my third child, I’m rocking nursing bras in a leopard print and a beautiful berry color, plus a nursing tank in a stunning Jade color from Bravado! Designs. The company recently sent me some products to test out and I’m loving the fun bursts of color!
New to me was their amazing Body Silk Seamless Nursing Bra ($49). This bra is great — I love that it’s a non-underwire bra and it supports my large bust. It’s so comfortable (never thought I’d say that about any bra) and comes with removable molded foam cups. As someone who always wears an underwire, I was so pleased how much support the Body Silk Seamless Nursing Bra gives and I love the new gorgeous deep berry color called Berry Burst, that was just introduced. The cups drop down and away from your body, so you can have skin to skin contact with our baby or easily strap on a hands-free pumping bustier to pump – I like the one by Simple Wishes. The nursing clips undo with one hand. You can start wearing this bra when you’re pregnant — it easily changes shape to match yours.
I was already a fan of their Original Nursing Bra – Double Plus Style ($35) – which I sleep in even when I’m not pregnant or nursing. I love that it now comes in a leopard print. This ultra-comfy bra is made of cotton and has a sports back design.
I’m a new devotee of their Essential Nursing Tank ($49), made of stretchy cotton. The stunning Jade color was just introduced and this tank will support up to a G cup. The stretchy fabric is comfortable and maintains its shape after washing. It’s perfect for sleeping in, lounging at home or wearing to nurse in public.
Disclosure: Thank you to Bravado for providing product samples. Additional disclosure – I will be contributing to Bravado’s new Breastfeeding Diaries. This in no way influenced my review of Bravado’s products, I’ve been wearing Bravado Designs since my first child was born in 2005. I was asked to do this review before I was asked to contribute to the Breastfeeding Diaries.