7 Nursing Bras That Will Change The Way You Breastfeed

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Like most aspects of motherhood, breastfeeding is an art that requires a lot of practice and repetition to get the hang of. As a mom who has exclusively breastfed two babies, I’ll be the first to tell you that breastfeeding can be as difficult as it is worthwhile. But in the spirit of sisterhood and helping a fellow mama out, I’ll let you in on a little secret: One of the best things you can do for yourself is find a few high quality nursing bras.

Here’s why. As you nurse you’re little one, you’ll find that the girl will undergo their fair share of changes. Some are welcomed. I personally went up a whole cup size, so there is hope for my fellow moms who aren’t as “endowed” as others. But there are the unwanted changes, such as nipple soreness , outgrowing all of your regular bras, and feeling about as sexy as, well, a cow. So finding a nursing bra that is not only designed for what you will be spending a lot of time doing but will help ease a lot of the not so fun parts about breastfeeding is money well spent.

The best part is you won’t sacrifice the sexy factor for comfort and convenience. So for any mom looking to amp up your breastfeeding-friendly lingerie,here are a few nursing bras that will change your life for the better. Trust me, your baby and boobs with thank you for it.

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1Soft And Supportive

H&M Mama Nursing Bra, $10, H&M

Voted one of the top nursing bras in the 2015 Moms’ Picks Awards, this bra doesn’t sacrifice sexiness for practicality. Jersey lined for comfort with the perfect amount of lace, it’s no wonder mamas everywhere love this bra.

2Oh So Sporty

Lamaze Cotton Spandex Comfort Nursing Bra, $18, Amazon

Who doesn’t love the ease and feel of a sports bra? Made of cotton spandex, this option mimics the comfort of a sports bra, while still allowing for easy access while nursing.

3Barely There

Belabumbum Bamboo Sleep Bra, $44, Belabumbum

Perfect for sleeping, this non-restrictive bra provides easy pull-aside nursing access for nights when you’re too tired to deal with any complicated hooks.

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4Wire-Free And Fabulous

Gilligan and O’Malley’s Nursing Micro Wireless Bra, $17, Target

Available at Target, this wireless nursing bra should be a staple in every breastfeeding mom’s wardrobe. It offers drop cups that let you nurse your new baby nurse discreetly, which is perfect for moms who hesitate to breastfeed in public.

5Lady In Lace

Dita Von Teese Grand Dame Nursing Bra, $49, Destination Maternity

This bra will have you feeling like your sexy self again. Slightly sheer and lacy, it’s the perfect combination of sexy and practical.

6Project Breastfeed

Elodie Seamless Wire-free Nursing Bra, $58, Bare Necessities

Part of Heidi Klum’s lingerie line for Bare Necessities, this bra is as gorgeous as it is comfortable. Made for cup sizes C to E, this bra ensures you get enough support, while still looking sexy as hell.

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7An Affordable Hybrid

All Over Lace Wireless Clip Down Nursing Bra, $10, Motherhood Maternity

This wireless bra from Motherhood Maternity mimics the sexiness of a lacy lingerie bra, but offers all the comfort of a sports bra with medium support. Plus the very affordable price tag makes it all the more appealing.

Images: Courtesy of MaeganTintari/Flickr

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