Best of Pregnancy Winner for Best Pumping Bra
Breastfeeding moms need a set of special nursing bras that allow them to feed their hungry babies quickly and easily. But the criteria for a good pumping bra changes: You don’t need clip-down access and supple stretch, you need something that’ll hold your pump parts firmly in place, so you can express breast milk while keeping your hands free to tackle other tasks. Here’s the thing: Having to change out of your nursing bra and into a separate pumping bra every time you need to pump is, frankly, a pain. Which is why The Do Anything Bra from Bodily is so genius. It’s a nursing and pumping bra in one, so you can slip it on in the morning and wear it straight through the day. It’s not the first-ever all-in-one bra to hit the market, but the design is—in our humble opinion—the best we’ve ever come across, offering ease and comfort when you need to nurse and support and convenience when it’s time to pump.
The bra is made from silky soft OEKO-Tex fabric that feels delicious against your sensitive skin; it features front clips for easy nursing and adjustable straps (with sliders in the front, so you can readily reach!) that can be loosened or tightened as you go from breastfeeding to pumping
When it’s time to pump, simply slip your flanges through the discreet front slits; the bra is supportive enough to keep pump parts in place. The slits are cleverly hidden when not in use so they don’t create noticeable lines under your shirt; best of all, unlike many other all-in-one pumping bras, there are no extra layers, additional clips or bulky pads, making it a truly comfortable all-day option
The straps can convert to racer-back for additional support, and the band features an extended back closure, so you can get the right fit regardless of any breast size fluctuations throughout the day
The Do Anything Bra was designed in collaboration with a lactation consultant to best serve and support moms throughout their breastfeeding journeys
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