During weeks 1 to 17 of your pregnancy, it’s important you choose a non-wired bra to leave room for your growing milk ducts. We have many supportive styles to choose from, including multipacks to keep you well-stocked. By weeks 18 to 28, you might find that a sleeping bra is necessary to keep you comfy at night – you are now snoozing for two, after all.
What makes for the “best” nursing bras? Simple, Nguyen says: “If it fits, if it’s comfortable, if it’s easy to nurse in and you like the style.” No matter what you decide are the best nursing bras for you, Brown suggests picking up two nursing bras for daily wear (so you’ll always have one on hand when the other is in the wash) and one to sleep in. Keep in mind, Brown adds, “It's not unusual to change bra sizes within the first few weeks of breastfeeding”—so, if you’re shopping before baby arrives, consider buying one or two sizes larger than usual, so you have one ready to wear after birth.
While pregnancy can play around with your emotions, it doesn’t have to get in the way of looking good. Our collection of maternity dresses has something for every mood or occasion. Look professional in corporate work wear, relax in our casual weekend dresses or dress up in special occasion and formal dresses. Prepare for the exciting journey ahead in style!
There's no exact science as to when you should start wearing maternity clothes. As every woman's body changes differently, you may not know when you need maternity clothing until your regular wardrobe starts feeling snug. A maternity band is a great piece to take you from the early stages of pregnancy to the end. It offers support for your growing belly, while giving you the coverage you may need as you transition from your regular clothes. Keep in mind that all maternity clothing sold on BestBuy.ca is designed to fit throughout pregnancy and after, so it's never too early (or late) to start stocking up on cute maternity tops, chic maternity dresses, and belly-hugging maternity bottoms.
Noppies knows that it is important for every woman to feel comfortable with her own style. We therefore have a wide range of maternity clothes, including Noppies, Esprit for mums, Supermom and Queen mum. Prefer skinny jeans or a regular fit? During your pregnancy, it's up to you! You don't need to make concessions in terms of style, but can enjoy the advantages of that little bit of extra comfort. 
Maternity bras are comfortable, functional and finally, stylish. These cotton bras have everything you need to make the nursing experience the most comfortable it can be. These bras offer subtle support to moms and create the layer of coverage you need after birthing. These bras have elastic band support covered with soft cotton and microfiber fabric for a smooth feeling that sits comfortably against the skin. There's no reason to feel like you are constricted or in pain when you wear a maternity bra. These latest designs offer support at the back with wide bands and are easy to take off and put on. Most importantly, these are the undergarments that make it easy to nurse your child wherever you are. If you are traveling or out shopping, these pieces make it easy to feed. Enjoy your time with your new bundle of joy without worrying about chafing or discomfort with this apparel from Gap.

The features of a good nursing bra include, additional support for your fuller bust which can be approximately 35% heavier, side support to avoid flattening of the bust which can lead to ligament damage, non-restrictive, a wider set frame to avoid pressure on the milk ducts, cotton lining for comfort and breathability, six hooks and eyes for room to reduce as your rib cage contracts & one hand drop down clips for easy nursing.
Generally, you should buy maternity clothes in your pre-pregnancy size. As maternity clothing provides extra room around the belly and bust, it gives you the comfort you need for your changing body. If you're in between sizes or are still unsure of what size to buy, consult our maternity wear sizing chart. Take measurements around the fullest part of your bust, your hips (under your bump), and your bump circumference, and compare these numbers to the sizing chart to find your ideal fit.
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