Wearing a pregnancy bra is all about taking the weight off your shoulders – quite literally. Maternity bras have adjustable four-hook fastenings, giving you more support than a regular bra. The straps are thicker and include padding to help support your growing bust and prevent rubbing. They’re also made from breathable fabrics like cotton to help keep you comfortable while your body temperature rises. If you find yourself feeling a little warmer than usual (carrying a little one can have that effect), we also have bra liners to help wick away any under-band moisture. We have even more helpful information about buying maternity bras in our online guide. 

• Comfort. This should be at the top of your nursing bra must list during the first four to six weeks after having baby, says Stephanie Nguyen, founder of Modern Milk and a certified lactation consultant. She recommends stretchy nursing bras to accommodate the breast changes mom experiences during this time. “Look for nursing bras in soft fabrics,” Nguyen says. You'll also want to pick a maternity bra with thick back closures that have four or more hooks; wide, cushioned straps and a band that doesn't ride up in the back.
Cake’s Cotton Candy Seamless Nursing Bra —a winner according to both Nguyen and new moms we polled when it comes to best nursing bras—has a high thread count for extreme softness and a scoop neckline, making it comfy for day and night. It’s available in four colors, and its XL size can accommodate up to a 42E. (Good news for those looking for plus size nursing bras!)
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• Comfort. This should be at the top of your nursing bra must list during the first four to six weeks after having baby, says Stephanie Nguyen, founder of Modern Milk and a certified lactation consultant. She recommends stretchy nursing bras to accommodate the breast changes mom experiences during this time. “Look for nursing bras in soft fabrics,” Nguyen says. You'll also want to pick a maternity bra with thick back closures that have four or more hooks; wide, cushioned straps and a band that doesn't ride up in the back.
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.
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!
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