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Bravado Designs maternity and nursing bras

 

When should I get a fitting?:

We suggest getting a fitting for nursing bras when your current favorite starts to get uncomfortable (generally around 6 weeks out from your due date). Your bra size will likely bell curve during your 3rd and 4th
trimesters as you become engorged after birth, and then let down as you begin nursing.  
Our trained team of fitting experts is available in-store or over the phone 7 days a week. We have many safety precautions in place (including disposable measuring tapes) to ensure your health and wellness. Looking for a more private experience? Try booking a 1:1 personal shopping session outside of regular store hours.
 
book a private fitting

 

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What size maternity and nursing bras should I buy?

General rule of thumb suggest you start by adding one rib cage and one cup size to your pre-pregnancy fit. For example, if you were a 36 C, start by trying a 38 D. Follow our guide below to measure yourself at home, and check out our suggestions for each stage at the bottom of this page.

 

You know your bra is too big if:

 

  • Your breasts slip out the bottom of the band.
  • The bra band rides up in back.
  • The bra cups wrinkle.
  • The straps slip off the shoulders on the tightest setting.
Your bra is too small if:
  • There are mounds of breast poking out the sides or over the top of the cup.
  • The bra “pokes” you anywhere.
  • The center of your rib cage band rides up and doesn’t lie flat.
How can I measure for a bra at home?
First, put on your best fitting, unpadded bra.
You’ll need a measuring tape and a mirror (or a buddy).

Step 1: Rib Band Measurement
First take a measurement around your rib cage where the bra underband will sit. Make sure the tape stays parallel to the floor, checking the back with a mirror. The tape should fit snuggly around your body without any gaps. Take a deep breath and breathe out. The tape should feel snug, but still comfortable. Take note of the measurement and round to the nearest even number (34, 36, etc). This will be your rib cage size.

Step 2: Cup Size Measurement
Next, move the tape up to the fullest part of your bust, just over the nipples. Make note of this measurement, rounding up to the nearest full inch.

Step 3: Do The Math
Lastly, subtract the rib cage measurement from the cup size measurement. The difference in inches represents your letter cup size (1=A, 2=B, 3=C, 4=D).

  

How many bras do I need?

Bravado bodysilk seamless

1. Maternity (for the 1st through 3rd trimesters)

Best bras during pregnancy

Everything is changing and you can always use some extra support! Tenderness and sensitivity, along with fluctuating changes in breast size, during pregancy is normal, and varies from person to person. Some ladies may increase a full cup size (or more) during the first trimester, and others may continue to grow up until the birth (and after!). To accomodate this fluctuation of sizes, we recommend at least one wireless bra, with lots of stretch, that’s designed to grow (and shrink) with you.

Try our Staff Pick, the Bodysilk Seamless by Bravado that features knit “zones” for medium support and definition to avoid the dreaded “uni-boob.” Plus, it's nursing ready to get the most bang for your buck.

 

 

 

Boob 24/7 sleep bra

2. Sleep Bra (for 3rd trimester and beyond)

The ABC’s of getting Z’s

Prevents leakage while you sleep (even if it’s not for very long)! A good sleep bra will keep your breast pads in, provide light support while you’re uncomfortably engorged, and still allow for easy, sleepy, feedings.

We love the organic 24/7 bra from Swedish design house, Boob. It’s moisture wicking fabric will keep you dry and light weight fabric is comfortable for all day (and nigth) wear.

 

 

 

 

Natori Feathers Nursing Bra

3. Nursing Bra (6 weeks postpartum)

In it to win it

Once your sizing has stabilized, we recommend investing in a good nursing bra with medium support, and easy clip-down access for frequent feedings.

Our go-to for everyday wear is the lightweight Natori “Feathers” bra. She’s functional and cute. Looking for a larger cup size? Our favorite Bodysilk Seamless is a must-have.

 

 

 

 

 

Simple wishes hands-free pumping bra

4. Pumping Bra (6 weeks postpartum)

Pump the jams

Pumping without a pumping bra is gymnastics feat! This is one of those “trust us” moments. A pumping bra allows hands-free pumping with special cups designed to hold the pump shields in place. All the better to continue your super mom multi-tasking while you’re at it.

Already have a bra you love? We suggest trying the adjustable Simple Wishes Hands Free Pumping Bra. Or the self-proclaimed “sexiest pumping bra” from Dairy Fairy with lacy cups and a flexible underwire for extra lift.

  

 

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Check out the rest of our Staff Picks for postpartum:

Nursing Pads

Nursing Tops

Niche Feeding Pillow

Nursing Nipple Cream

Breast pumps & Pumping Accessories

Details

For sunscreen on-the-go there's nothing easier than a stick! Thinksport was the first Sunscreen to pass Whole Foods Premium Care Requirements. That's why we love ThinkBaby Sunscreen stick by Thinksport

  • Free of biologically harmful chemicals. No Avobenzone, Oxybenzone, or UV Chemical absorbers.
  • SPF 30 (non-nano zinc oxide)
  • Broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection (Highest level defined by proposed FDA 2012 Monograph)
  • Highest level of water resistance (80 minutes) (Highest level defined by proposed FDA 2012 Monograph)
  • Mineral-based - Zinc Oxide 20%
  • Non-aerosol formulation (High concern of both ineffectiveness and particulates being inhaled)
  • Paraben, phthalates, PABA and 1,4 dioxane free
  • Applies and absorbs easily. Non-oily feel.
  • Sunscreen produced in the USA
  • Easy-to-apply stick. Oval design for easy carrying in your front pocket
  • A member of the Safe Cosmetics Campaign Compact
  • Foundering member Sun Safety Coalition
  • No animal testing (Leaping Bunny member)

Packaging
Thinkbaby and Thinksport sunscreen sticks come in an 18.4g stick made of environmentally friendly packaging that does not contain BPA, vinyl, or phthalates. The packaging and contents are environmentally safe.Each stick is marked with an expiration date. Note: The base formulations of our sunscreens are identical. We set out to make the most effective safe sunscreen possible. It didn't make sense to make one safe for babies, and a harmful version for adults. While this seems obvious, you should check out what the major brands are doing.Compare your sunscreen's "safe" ingredients to ours. The best way is to check out The Environmental Working Group's database Skin Deep: WG.org/SkinDeep. The ratings for each ingredient are listed separately below. Our sun care products have been "1" rated since 2010!


Ingredients

Active Ingredient: ZINC OXIDE 20% (Non-nano)

Inactive Ingredients: HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL(1) COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT) OIL (1) CERA ALBA (BEESWAX) (1) EUPHORBIA CERIFERA (CANDELILLA) WAX(1) RICINUS COMMUNIS (CASTOR) OIL (1) COPERNICIA CERIFERA (CARNAUBA) WAX(1) BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER (1) THEOBROMA CACAO (COCOA) SEED BUTTER (1) TOCOPHEROL (1) ALOE BARBADENSIS (ALOE) LEAF JUICE (1) 

 

How do I use Thinkbaby and Thinksport sunscreen?


Applying Thinkbaby and Thinksport sunscreen: Children over the age of 6 months and anyone who will be exposed to sunlight should use sunscreen.
Thinkbaby and Thinksport sunscreen is perfect for daily use and for anyone spending time in the sun, including pregnant women, children over 6 months, and anyone with sensitive skin. Please note that use of sunscreen on children younger than 6 months of age requires a doctor's prescription. This is true for ALL brands.
Thinkbaby and Thinksport sunscreen is a physical sunscreen which means it works immediately upon application. It is not necessary to apply 30 minutes before you are exposed to sunlight as is the case with chemical sunscreens. Thinkbaby and Thinksport sunscreen is classified as water resistant (80 minutes), which is the highest rating as proposed by the FDA's 2012 Monograph. It will maintain its SPF after 80 minutes of water immersion. The Environmental Working Group and the FDA recommend reapplying sunscreen every two hours.
Thinkbaby and Thinksport sunscreens are perfect for sensitive skin. We recommend testing on a small area of the body to ensure that you don't have any sensitivities. Sunscreens that claim to be hypo-allergenic are nothing more than marketing hype in our opinion. As the population's exposure to chemicals has risen, there has been a direct correlation to things that people become allergic to. Simply google environmental exposure and allergies to view some of this research.


Tips for Application


Thinkbaby and Thinksport formula applies easily and absorbs quickly. Be sure to apply all areas that will be exposed to sunlight, including behind the ears, neck, hands, feet, and scalp. Reapply every two hours or more as needed. While the sunscreen applies very easily, we recommend not spreading it too thin. Otherwise, you will decrease the effectiveness of the sunscreen. Keep in mind that physical sunscreens work by reflecting sunlight.

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