For sizing and fit instructions please visit our fitting page, size charts are also available on our bra and panty product pages.
We want you to love your clothing! If for any reason your clothing isn’t a great fit, we’re here to help you with an exchange or full refund. Please see our return and exchanges policy for more details.
What’s the Difference Between a Busty and Regular Bra?
Busty and regular sizing are available in the French Terry and Organic Cotton. Regular bras are designed for B-D cups, and Busty bras are designed to fit DD and larger cups. While the band size stays the same between corresponding regular and busty size, the Busty sizes will have greatly increased cup volume, and a longer crossover for a better overall fit for larger cup sizes. French Terry Busty bras have gathers and ruching along the chestband to create more cup volume, while all other bras have a completely flat front. Additionally, comfortable elastic is included in some Busty sizes including French Terry XL-Busty and XXL-Busty, and ALL Busty sizes of Organic Cotton include elastic in the chestband for improved fit for larger cup sizes.
What’s the Difference Between French Terry and Organic Cotton bras?
Both our French Terry and Organic Cotton nursing sleep bras are designed for easy breastfeeding with light support and use with nursing pads. Generally speaking, the French Terry (which is a rayon/spandex mix) is a little stretchier than our Organic Cotton (cotton/spandex mix), so some customers prefer to order the Organic Cotton one size larger. The front of both bras is a crossover style, but the backs are different. The French Terry is a racerback design, while the Organic Cotton has a standard scoop back.
I have a discount code, but for some reason, it's not working?
Sometimes, promo codes can be tricky...But, the good news is as long as the original promotion date hasn’t expired yet we will happily honor your discount! Simply contact us with the original promo code offer and we can help you from there!
How do I care for my breast pads?
Wash before first use, machine wash and tumble dry normally. Do not use fabric softeners or dryer sheets, as these can interfere with absorbency by creating a waterproof layer. Change pads frequently when wet.