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LauraI 12-08-2007 12:43 PM

Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
Where can I find something that comes in size S or M? Even a nursing sports bra or tank would work. I want something to have to take to the hospital and just to have on hand before the baby's here. After Baby is born and nursing well, I'll buy a few more (but I have no idea what size I'll need to buy yet, obviously). I can't fit into the B's that Target has yet.

I'm thinking something like this. Except $17 is waaay too much for my budget!

Do any of you know where I can find cheaper ones?

kugrinic 12-08-2007 04:48 PM

Re: Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
I got one at target and one at waly mart, the walmart one is awsome and was on clearence for like 4-! The target one was pretty cheap as well and its actually a pretty lace style :) Im smaller too (34 B while nursing) so this was great for me. Not to spam my self but I do have 2 mimi maternity sleepining style in black and tan that I can sell cheap. They are in EUC LMK GOOD LUCK bra shopping :D

negrapy 12-08-2007 04:58 PM

Re: Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
i think walmart probably has the cheapest - all you would really need is a leisure bra that you could easily pull down one side :)

titania 12-08-2007 06:58 PM

Re: Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
sears has (or at least had) some pull to the side very thin sports bra type nursing bras in their maternity section. they were only $11. i think the brand is two hearts.

sbolen 12-08-2007 09:54 PM

Re: Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
Motherhood maternity had some cheap ones! I love the night-time ones. If you aren't well endowed, you can just use a tank with a built in bra. That's what I use! I just wear a shirt over. Pull the shirt up and pull down the tank top!

kristenkan52 12-10-2007 07:31 AM

Re: Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
nak... my vote's for walmart too! i got all of mine there actually... a kind with removable underwire for $8 that i really love.

Abbie@Mom'sMilkBoutique 12-10-2007 08:25 PM

Re: Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
If you take a look at the ones I have on my site and you like, PM me and I will get you a 30% off coupon. Breastfeeding mamas need good bras/tank/sports bras!!

wendyroo2001 12-10-2007 08:42 PM

Re: Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
I have those target tanks and the sport/nursing bra they have that is pretty much the same, and I love them. I am about a B and I think they fit really nice, I always wear nursing pads though which helps fill them up. They are really comfy and the tanks are great for covering your tummy!

mama2cody 12-10-2007 08:49 PM

Re: Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
I have 2 FSOT right now, Motherhood Maternity, size 36c. If you're interested, LMK. It was only asking $10ppd for both!

PS- I am usually a 36c, but the reason I'm getting rid of these is because I think the sizing is small. They don't really fit me.

staycelyne 12-10-2007 08:54 PM

Re: Nursing Bras at Low Prices? Recommendations Needed!
 
yeah on the sizing thing, you really won't know until they're there:goodvibes: I had to go get new ones at the end of the pregnancy because my HUSBAND noticed HA:giggle: but then after DD was born, I went from a barely B to a 38C. My back was killing me until I got the Cs. But then they were only needed a couple weeks until things settled down.
as far as prices, I don't really know... good luck:hugs:


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