Vertical seam gives this bra a much softer round shape
Hidden seam construction is easy on tender nipples 1" wide stretchy band at the bottom is encased with soft cotton so there is no elastic touching your skin to chaff
Half sizes so you can get an exact fit
Step ladder hooks at the top so you can still adjust for growth a little during fuller times
3 hooks with 3 positions for width
A great price!
Fabric Content: 90% Cotton/10% Spandex Color: White
Care: Hand Wash and drip dry. Do not bleach.
Bra size A) Measure around the chest, just under the arms, above the bust. This measurement is your bra band size. For example, 38" means that you are size 38. If your measurement ends in a fraction or is an odd number, round up to the next even size.
Cup size B) Measure snugly around the fullest point of the bust, keeping the tape measure level without squeezing (measurement B).
C) Measure below the breasts (measurement C).
The difference between measurements B and C equals your cup size; refer to the chart below (for example: if measurement B is 40" and measurement C is 37" - the cup size is 40"-37"=3", or C).
*You are also welcome to call us at 800-928-4905 and let our customer service assistant help you find the right size.*
My life and my business have been dedicated to helping mothers experience the natural joy and fulfillment breastfeeding brings, and to giving children the purist and most beneficial beginning to their lives. Your decision to breast-feed is a choice that will reap both spiritual and physical benefits for you and your child throughout your lives.
My product selection has been distilled from my experience as a mother, a childbirth educator, a Certified Lactation Consultant, and three decades of study, work, and breastfeeding experience. You may be confident that I have chosen my products carefully, and that I have experience behind my information.
I am, most importantly, the mother of six breast-fed children. I have over 17 years of continuous breastfeeding under my belt (bra?). For fifteen years, I was an active La Leche League leader and was certified by the International Board of Certified Lactation Consultants in 1987. Since moving in 2005 to Eastern Washington and finding no La Leche League groups I started two new ones and currently lead them! Also, I am a trained childbirth Doula and I taught natural childbirth classes for 11 years. It has taken several years to get through Midwifery school and apprentice with other midwives but I am now building my own practice and attending births in Spokane, Moses Lake and Tri-cities and anywhere inbetween! I have had a retail business selling breastfeeding-related items since 1986.
I love to help moms birth, breast-feed and feel good!