Answers to your Questions

What makes nursing bras so special?
Our bras were specially designed for you. We use beautiful fabrics similar to your regular bras, only our bras open for nursing access. All nursing bras feature seamless cups so there are no seams to chafe delicate breast tissue, comfort straps to eliminate bounce, and back hooks and eyes to adjust to your changing figure.

How many nursing bras do I need?
A nursing mom needs at least three nursing bras: the bra she is wearing, the bra in the laundry, and a clean spare bra. Having more than three nursing bras makes life even easier.

Is one cup opening method better than another?
It is a question of personal preference and some women want one of each to accommodate their wardrobes. Our #2031 front-snap nursing bras have deep cleavage and are easy to open, especially under front-opening shirts. The one-handed clips on styles #2115 and #2120 are very easy to open and close. Cup hooks and eyes (styles #2100, #1950, #1910) allow for sizing flexibility--close the cups smaller after nursing and adjust the cups larger as your breasts change before the next nursing.

Voluptuous? Va-va-va-voom? Fab! curvy™?
Most of us have never felt more womanly, been more bosomy, than when we nurse our babies. Maybe it's hormones, maybe it's the joy of mothering our babies, but we glow with health and happiness. We have curves where we never had them before. We aren't 'extra-large' or 'extra-extra-large'--we are voluptuous, va-va-va-voom, fab! curvy™, and we love it!

How do I measure myself for a bra?

Put on your best-fitting bra, find a tape measure and relax.

Measure around your body under your breasts--not too tight, not too loose.

Round off the number to the nearest whole inch and add 5" to this number. If this is an odd number, go to the next highest even number. This is your band size.

Measure around your body at the fullest part of your breast--not too tight and not too loose.

Round the number off to the nearest whole inch. Subtract the band size from this measurement.

If the difference is 1", you are an A cup
If the difference is 2", you are a B cup
If the difference is 3", you are a C cup
If the difference is 4", you are a D cup
If the difference is 5", you are an E cup
If the difference is 6", you are an F cup
Use this as a guide as different bras can fit differently.