Whether breastfeeding, pregnant, or just a fan of supreme comfort, you'll love the ultra-soft French Terry Nursing & Maternity Sleep Bra. With a simple crossover design and stretchy fabric, this super-comfy bra allows for one-handed, pull-aside breastfeeding access. No underwire means this racerback bra feels amazing all day and night — ideal for sleeping, walking, yoga, and lounging.
Mom’s Choice Awards Gold Winner, What to Expect Sleep Award Winner
Lindsay is a 32C and is wearing a size Medium.
Available in XS - XXL-Busty, fitting band sizes 28 - 42 and cup sizes B - I.View our size chart
Light support, padding-free, double-layered cups. Find out if Busty might be right for you.
92% Rayon of Bamboo, 8% Spandex
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Tumble dry low. To avoid staining, wear breast pads when using ointments or lanolin products.
Out of everything I got in the bundle this was my least favorite and didn’t follow sizing as consistently as everything else. I am normal 38ddd/40ddd in newer bras and I grabbed this in the largest and “busty” size. The waist band is very wide and fit snug so it felt like it crushed my rib cage ha I’m currently one week PP and it fits slightly more comfortable but I’ll need to wait until my body has deflated a little more to wear this comfortably! Super soft a and pretty good coverage.
The one sleep bra was way too big but comfy. The other nursing/pump bra is a little snug but comfy once I can get it on.
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Very comfortable bra.
There is no point to this bra. I don't understand what makes it a "nursing bra" It's just a minimal support bra. Not worth the money.
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I've decided to keep this one, which says a lot despite it still not fitting correctly. I still haven't found a bra that fits during pregnancy, but I measure at a 36F now (cup size went down in pregnancy since the band size got so much bigger). I got this bra in the XL Busty. Compared to the other styles Kindred Bravely has this one actually has enough fabric to cover my bust, but doesn't fit correctly like it looks like for other folks. This bra rotates while wearing it so that side of the bra that goes under the other side completely cups the breast and separates the two. So on that side, the arm hole is further onto the breast, and the other side the armhole is kind of in the armpit. Although it's not supposed to do this, I do like that it ends up with fabric separating the breasts. All wireless bras push them together and I can't stand it, at least this gives a fabric barrier. The band: There is a small elastic band that is about half the width of the fabric band that encases it. I assume most people like a really wide band which is why every wireless bra I see has one, but this is a little deceptive. It folds and twists easily under the bust, and if you're like me with a short waist, the rest of the empty band without the elastic easily becomes the first inch of fabric under the breast. So again, not supposed to fit like this but a short waist is a personal problem. Comfortable fabric, I hope that the band gets more comfortable once it's not going across the top of the bump so I can wear it to bed postpartum. Otherwise I have zero bras that are remotely comfortable enough to wear to bed.
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