Since we get a lot of questions about our different bra styles, we wanted to highlight what makes our bras unique. Every woman deserves a comfortable bra, and we hope this guide helps you find the bra that’s perfect for you.
Since moms often ask our Customer Care team if they really need different bra sizes for different stages of pregnancy and nursing, our Customer Service Manager Hannah wanted to share some Kindred Bravely Moms’ experiences with fluctuating breast size.
When Kindred Bravely’s co-founder Deeanne Akerson started designing the French Terry Bra, which she calls her breastfeeding BFF, comfort and softness were foremost in her mind. Within days of the bra’s launch, pregnant and nursing women began telling us how much they loved the fabric and feel of the bra. We also heard from moms who wanted a little extra room in the cups.
It’s no secret that shopping online can be both wonderful and stressful. It can be awesome because you can shop from anywhere, anytime. (Midnight snacking? Insomnia? Cluster feeding? Our store is always open!) But it can be frustrating because you can’t try on your purchases beforehand, so you’re never quite sure if they’re going to fit. To help you find the right nursing bra fit, we’ve compiled answers to some of our BraveMoms’ most frequently asked questions.
Although it may be tempting to make do with what you already have, a well-designed nursing bra works with your body, not against it, helping you to enjoy your baby even more – plus purchasing your first nursing bra is an exciting milestone! Nursing Bras: Your Ultimate Guide will tell you everything you need to know to find your perfect nursing bra fit!
You’re sailing through your pre-baby to-do list. Your nursery is stocked with the haul from your baby shower. You’ve imagined every possible baby gear necessity. Yet one question remains: What will YOU need to accommodate your changing body? Although it may be tempting to make do with what you already have, a well-designed nursing bra works with your body, not against it, helping you to enjoy your baby even more – plus purchasing your first nursing bra is an exciting milestone!
A good nursing bra is more than just “a bra without underwire.” The best postpartum bras are made from soft, stretchy, non-abrasive materials, with easy one-handed access for breastfeeding. Deeanne Akerson, creator of Kindred Bravely nursing and maternity wear, offers three essential tips for the best nursing bra fitting.
Shopping for maternity clothes is a rite of passage for many expecting moms: the cute tops to show off the baby bump, special pants that won’t fall down, and comfortable sleepwear to keep cool when the hot flashes kick in. But moms-to-be often forget to add new bras to their maternity wardrobe.
Whether you prefer full coverage, light support, or a style with versatility, the three most important aspects of choosing the right bra are fit, function, and feel. Some moms may find they’re comfortable using the same style bra day and night, but other women may need one style of bra sleeping or lounging and another for being more active.
Like pregnancy and delivery, breastfeeding is a unique experience for every mom and child, and most moms (first-timers and veterans) have a lot of questions about breastfeeding. Here we’ve provided answers for some of the most frequently asked questions, as well as some incredible resources for more questions you might have.