Suzie Element Maternity and Nursing Bra - Dark and Stormy
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This bra is designed with busy moms in mind. It has adjustable straps and high tech elastics. You'll be ready to take on the day and show off your darker side in the Dark & Stormy. Brushed fabric for an ultra soft feel on both baby's cheeks and mama's sore nipples. Oh so nice.
Our Favorite Features:
- Carefree breastfeeding access: Easy-going pull-aside design for the mom who can't be bothered with clips.
- Get your groove back: Power mesh and 4-way stretch fabric hold your milk makers in place so you can move and groove for that little boost of positivity every new mama needs.
- It's all about the details: Gentle shirring beneath the cup provides subtle volume and shape to your breasts. No uni-boob or side-boob happening here.
- Fully adjustable: Not only are the bra straps adjustable, but they're constructed with innovative self-adjusting elastic that reacts to your body temperature and adapts for a more tailored fit. We like to think of them as smart straps.
- Removable pads: We sourced the best pad on the market (IMHO). Perforated for increased breathability, soft, flexible, and lightweight. Removable for the ladies who prefer no pads.
Materials: 87% Nylon, 13% Spandex
Care: Machine wash cold, tumble dry low or hang to dry.
Made in China
AVYN Nursing Bras Sizing Chart
When it comes to boobs, there’s no such thing as "one size fits all." If you are expecting, we recommend waiting until at least your 3rd Trimester to purchase a bra and to SIZE UP if you’re between sizes (don’t want to put too much pressure on the milk makers!)
Pregnancy, hormones, gravity, weight fluctuations, ALL these things will change not only the size of your breasts, but may also expand your rib cage up to 2 inches!
How to Properly Fit a Bra
You'll need two measurements to start finding your size. Measure while wearing a well-fitting, unpadded bra. If you're nursing, try to measure while your breasts are full.
Measure for Band Size
Measure under your breasts (snug, but not tight) and round up to the next even number. This is your band size. You generally want your bra to clasp on the last eye hooks so you have room to cinch it down as the band stretches.
Measure Fullest Bust
Measure around the fullest part of your breasts (bust size).
Calculate Cup Size
Subtract your band size from your bust size to find your cup size. Each inch of difference is one letter, so a 5 inch difference would be an E cup.
Common Fit Questions
Is it Too Big?
You’ll notice wrinkles on the cups and gaping, band rides up in the back, and adjusted straps still slide off shoulders.
Is it Too Small?
You’ll notice spillover on the top or sides. It “pokes” you anywhere and/or the center section doesn’t lie flat