The Simple Wishes D-Lite is our pick for the best nursing bra, which is made with spandex, cotton and has a Velcro back panel that is easy to use with adjustability. It has 10 inches of space and adjustments on the area of the ribcage.
Our step-up pick is the Kindred Bravely 2PACK and it can be used for sleeping and it is available in many sizes. It is made with part rayon from bamboo and spandex so it is very durable. It has good and gentle support for most breast sizes.
The budget pick is the HOFISH 3-In-1 Seamless and it can be worn all day and is made with spandex and nylon. It has 3-in-1 features and it can be used for pumping and nursing as well. It is a hands-free pumping device as well.
A Little Background
Nursing bras are meant for babies to feed on their mom’s milk, and are different from other bras. Generally, nursing lingerie do not have padding, as it can make the woman uncomfortable.
The nursing type is definitely one of those types of lingerie that do not have padding. This is for when you need to do an activity that requires your boobs to be in a more flexible and natural shape, such as when going to the beach or chilling at home. It is important that you pay attention to comfort and not just for looks in a lingerie.
Choosing a lingerie depending on your physical condition is difficult. You may not know what’s the best type depending on your boob type or your cup size. In addition, if you are on your premenstrual period, you can also experience boob fluctuations, to which you may find an underwire type support pretty awkward and painful as well.
Generally, you should not sleep with them, unless you have something that is super comfortable that it feels like a tank top. Those that can be slept with include the sports type as well as those that do not have padding. Having underwire can mean difficulty when you are sleeping, so it is best to leave it out. As a matter of fact, pregnant women may need them for drooping boobs.
How we Picked
For the best nursing bra for your needs, here are some pointers to remember:
Cup size: The cup size should not be alone – it should be tied to the band size. You should get a size chart from the manufacturer if you are unsure.
Band size: The band size is measured around your rib cage or under your breasts and then rounded off to the nearest even number.
Color or style: White ones are very difficult to find, but nude and black ones are the most common for all sizes.
Materials: To withstand daily use and potential breakage and stretching, especially for the straps, it should be made of durable materials such as polyester and nylon, as well as spandex for stretching. However, for nursing women, it should also be made of cotton and silk for softness.
Strap type: the strap type refers to the ones that ride up your shoulders. They can be standard in design, crossed like a racerback, be strapless or have a halter back design.
Ease of wearing: it is much easier to go for a nursing lingerie that is simple enough to wear, especially for women who have trouble with their boobs due to breastfeeding and post-pregnancy.
Flaps: the flaps exist only specifically for this kind of nursing lingerie. The flaps have the purpose of opening up your nipples for the baby to be fed without much hassle. The flaps should be easily opened so that your child can get easy access to their food (milk).
Ease of washing: consider an easy to care for nursing lingerie so that you do not have to spend a lot of time and effort for cleaning it up.
The Simple Wishes D-Lite is our top pick, which has 10 inches of space in adjustability with the rib cage part. It is made with a back panel that is made with Velcro and it is also capable of being an automatic pumping machine for your milk.
Flaws but Not Dealbrakers
The only con with the Simple Wishes D-Lite is that it does not have a front removable panel, but you can purchase that separately.
The Kindred Bravely 2PACK is our step-up pick, which is made with bamboo rayon as well as spandex. It is made with a chest band that is very supportive and the materials are very supportive. It can also be uses for yoga and the like.
The HOFISH 3-In-1 Seamless is our budget pick, which is a 3-in-1 function lingerie that looks like a lingerie that has a normal design. It is made with cotton, spandex and nylon so it is very breathable and functional as well.
Best Nursing Bra with Hands-free Pumping
The Mfreely Womens Pumping has a hands free pumping mechanism and it allows your baby to be nursed easily. It has an accommodating shoulder strap that is easy to adjust and it has a Velcro adjustment as well.
Best Nursing Bra that is Wire-free
The iLoveSIA 2Pack Womens has no underwire so it is very gentle and easy to wear. It has adjustable straps and the fabric is very soft and comfortable to wear overall. Its molded foam cups can also be removed easily.
Best Nursing Bra with Extenders
The Fiery Youth Nursing comes with extenders as well as other accessories like clips and others such as pads. The whole thing is very soft and comfortable an it can be very flexible and it can be great for breast fluctuations as well.
Best Nursing Bra for Sleeping
The HOFISH 3 Pack can be used for when you want to sleep during pregnancy or nursing. It can also offer size exchange when you order it and it is also very easy to pull aside for its nursing feature. It can be used for during breast fluctuation.
Best Nursing Bra for Yoga
The Bravado! Designs Women's is not just for yoga but also for breastfeeding. It is made with soft lingerie material but is durable with its 4-way stretch fabric. The crisscross top can be converted and it has a seamless design.
Best Nursing Bra that is Seamless
The Gratlin Women's Comfort also has a seamless design and it is made with spandex, polyamide and other soft but durable materials. The cups are molded but can be removed for your convenience. The under band is knitted in the best way possible and the side panel support offers the best of comfort anytime.
Best Nursing Bra made of French Terry
The Kindred Bravely has many sizes to choose from and it is made with rayon, nylon and it is made with French Terry for comfort and support. It has a supportive chest band and the pull aside mechanism is good.
While others nearly made it to this list, they were not very supportive and easy to use for nursing women and mothers. It is important that they are not just breathable but also easy to flap open for feeding their babies.
Other Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is it okay to wear a bra when you are pregnant?
A: Yes, actually wearing lingerie is important with your pregnancy. It is important because your boobs will tend to grow much more and at a faster rate than when you’re not pregnant. They will also be needed for support so that when they sag later on, you will have something to hold them in place to ease the pain for your boobs and for your back.
However, you should make sure that your size will be compatible to the one you will buy, so that you won’t run into any problems later on. Also, they should be comfortable enough for you to wear and won’t be suffocating at all in general.
Q: What are the good points of going bra-free?
A: You can have different benefits from going away from the straps and the pads, such as the following:
1. Absolute freedom – Most people get the best freedom out of not wearing them at all. There is nothing much more relieving than taking off those brackets at home, when you get home, that is. The freedom that you can experience going braless is something golden. Nobody wants to keep wearing shoes all the time – and that’s the same thing with lingerie.
2. Less budget – Aside from their restrictiveness, not to mention, they’re costly! One lingerie can cost you more than a regular t-shirt, and this is why girls often resort to only 2 or 3 in their drawer, or even just one and overuse it.
3. Going for alternatives – A bralette may be a better choice. It’s a good option for those Netflix and chill moments or for taking out the trash. These alternatives may include these softer and padding less types that are easy to wear.
4. Individuality – every breast is usually different and no two woman can have the same boobs all the time, because everyone’s different! What’s written in your DNA and in your fingerprints is basically what’s written in your boobs – but that doesn’t mean you’re supposed to be corrected by society! Going braless makes people embrace the fact that you may have volcano-type boobs – and that’s perfectly fine, by all means, since we should all be unique.
5. Less worries about boob sweat – if you’re like those people who work out a lot, boob sweat is your greatest fear. If your lingerie is very padded then chances are, you’ll sweat a lot and make your lingerie stink like there’s no tomorrow. With less padding and more freedom, you don’t have to worry about boob sweat – although you should definitely wear a sports bra if working out, which is breathable.
6. Going natural – because it is not only unique to every woman, it is also natural, it can be rewarding at the end of the day. Even if you didn’t get a boob job, just getting artificial push-ups and lingerie with padding can be stressful for your skin and for your breasts. If you let them loose once in a while, they’ll be happy to find you going natural for a bit.
7. Less pressure lines on shoulders and rib cage – one thing that most lingerie wearers stress out often is the fact that you might create lines on your shoulders and your rib cage due to the prolonged wearing of these lingerie. Even if you’re fitted with the best fit for your lingerie, chances are you’ll form lines on them sooner or later, so it’s important to wear them less often if this happens.
8. Crop tops are your best friend – most people can combine crop tops with actually going without this lingerie, because it surprisingly fits. This is a shoutout to those who want to keep using crop tops without the added bulk on your boobs.
9. It doesn’t make you sag (contrary to popular belief) – breast tissues work less effectively if your boobs depend on a piece of cloth or fabric, or even padding, for support. This is why you shouldn’t depend on your lingerie often and let the boobs free once in a while to really slow down sagging.
10. It adds a sense of challenge and adventure – there’s nothing more thrilling than being bold, dangerous and most importantly, being you!
Q: What are the downside of going bra-free?
A: While there are good points, there could also be downsides, such as the following:
1. Public eyes – It’s like committing a public scandal. Sure, most girls are allowed not to wear makeup for a day, but how about not wearing lingerie for a day? How about men – how come they can run around topless (in most countries) and it’s not a big issue? Boobs have always been the center of attention for centuries, so if you don’t like public attention, it might not be your forte.
2. Back pains – You may be bound for some trouble on your back if you have large breasts, due to the heaviness of your breasts, which is why you should still wear them from time to time. If you find that you can’t sleep properly because your boobs are heavy, try getting a lightweight lingerie for easing your back pains. This also applies for when you need to work but your back kills you with your boobs.
3. Them nips – nobody likes their nips showing off a tight shirt or tank top. Nipples often stick out when you’re feeling something extreme – not always because you want sex! It could be because you’re feeling excited about something else, or they just tend to pop out themselves, like with minds of their own. You can remedy this by using pasties, which can come in different designs.
Q: What are the different options for bras?
A: Bra styles can come in many varieties, in which we have the following:
They usually don’t cover your boobs too much they are great when it comes down to revealing cleavage.
They are much like the full coverage types and are usually much more durable and supportive than other types of lingerie out there. They also tend to be much more comfortable than other types.
They are also known as the stick on type or the silicone type. They can be seen in most sultry dresses and stick on their own.
Belly dancing or showgirl
They are usually with straps on the shoulder and on the neck but the designs can vary depending on the desired look of the dancer.
If you are the owner of multiple dress styles, this kind of lingerie is definitely for you.
They not only create cleavage but they are also much more daring than your average balconette, demi plunge or bandeau.
For women who find it hard to stay comfortable in a bra, this is the one to pick.
The sports type is usually very breathable yet very supportive, and they are a lot easier to launder than regular padded types.
This can be useful for when you are preparing to wear any kind of wide or deep top neckline to create an elegant appearance at a party.
The idea is that they can cover your entire boobage without compromising on security and comfort. They are perhaps the most common type of lingerie out there due to their immense popularity.
It can fit any prosthesis or fake boobs so they can make up for the ones they’ve lost due to mastectomy or the operation to treat breast cancer by removing one boob or two.
As the name suggests, they are very soft and breathable and are training girls on how to wear a proper lingerie in the future when they get older.
It is the sexiest of all the plunge types and is meant for really low cut tops, e.g. for when you’re attending a red carpet event and you are wearing a sultry dress. They cover your boobs minimally but the rib cage is also covered at some point.
Q: What are the types of straps out there?
A: There can be many strap types for this lingerie, such as the following:
Most of these can be found in bikinis and sporting lingerie due to their excellent amount of support. They are also usually thinner than regular straps but that depends on the size and model that you get.
Strapless ones are strapped using back straps instead of shoulder straps, which should be very durable. They are different from bandeaus such that they have padding for added support. Some of them can have front closure instead for a smooth back.
Q: What’s the difference between a front and back closure?
A: These two closure mechanisms are important for keeping your lingerie intact:
A front closure: They can be seen in racerback style lingerie as well as in other summer options. They can be great for speedy dress ups. The downside to this kind of closure is that you cannot adjust like the back closure in which you can go up to 3 levels – a front closure only has 1 level and that’s it.
A back closure: They can be seen in nearly all types of lingerie and they are very easy to put on, but not as easy as the front closure. They’re great for when you want 3 layers of adjustability, but they may not be good with women who have difficulty in fastening them due to arthritis and the like.
Q: What could be the root cause of lingerie straps not staying firm or snug enough?
A: If your lingerie straps keep falling no matter how much you adjust them, you’re probably having the following underlying problems:
It may be common sense, but your straps do need do get adjusted if they are not done yet. However, if you have done this countless times, consider the next step below.
Get a smaller cup size
If you feel like your cup is too big for you, you may also want to reduce the cup size by one letter if you wish.
Get a smaller band size
In addition to the cup size, you may also want to cut down on the band size to keep your straps on their place.
Don’t use a back extender
Sometimes, using back extenders just make straps don’t work the way they should. The solution – get a new bra instead.
Choose a different lingerie style
Some lingerie aren’t meant for your figure – you may need to experiment or ask a friendly saleslady on the best suited lingerie style for your type of boobs (shape and size).
Fix your back straps
Make sure that they do not sit too high so that your lingerie straps easily get loose.
Q: How do I know my size for a nursing lingerie?
A: Measuring the right lingerie size for you can be a hassle, but here’s how to do it:
1. Know your band size. Do this by measuring around your rib cage and taking note of that number, then adding 2 inches to your size. For instance, you get a 32 inches and you can just add 2 inches to that to make 34 inches. If you don’t prefer this method, you can also start from your back and up to your boobs’ fullest part, then round it to a whole number nearest to it.
2. Know your cup size. This can be done by starting from your upper back, directly to around the fullest part of your bobs, to determine the cup size. If you get a 40 inches cup size, subtract it from your band size (e.g. 34 inches), and then the difference will be seen in a chart (see below).
Q: What are the most common cup sizes and what over bust measurement and band measurement do they fall into?
A: If you’re having trouble finding a lingerie with the right cup size, here’s a chart for you:
Cup sizes and over bust measurements
24, 25, 26
29 1/2 – 30 1/4
30 1/4 – 31
31 – 31 3/4
26, 27, 28
32 1/4 – 33
33 – 33 3/4
33 3/4 – 34 3/4
28, 29, 30
34 1/4 – 35
35 – 35 3/4
35 3/4 – 36 3/4
30, 31, 32
36 1/4 – 37
37 – 37 3/4
37 3/4 – 38 3/4
32, 33, 34
38 1/4 – 39
39 – 39 3/4
39 3/4 – 40 3/4
34, 35, 36
40 1/4 – 41
41 – 41 3/4
41 3/4 – 42 3/4
Q: How do you visualize the cup sizes as everyday objects or fruits?
A: If you’re wondering what the cup sizes would be best represented as, here’s a funny chart to explain them (made just for fun):
A pair of fresh chicken eggs
Two apples for a snack
Some water balloons
D to DD
Melons, or any similar fruit
F to G
Watermelons or large rocks
Sea floatation devices
Anything that might hurt your back
Q: Which lingerie is the best for different boob sizes and shapes?
A: You may be intimidated with the different kinds of lingerie out there, but depending on your boob shape or size, here’s a list that might help you out:
Full cups are the best for large boobies because they provide the best kind of support in town.
Underwire is great for large boobs as well because it acts as a good support for when your boobs get heavy.
The minimizer can help your boobs get instant reduction, so you can focus on your tasks better without distraction.
The push-up type is the best for you, since it enhances your boobs and creates a cleavage, making the illusion that you have what it takes to pull off one.
Because of the minimal support and sultry appearance, they make your boobs look bigger as well. Not to mention, they look classic and elegant.
Silicone or adhesive
These stick-on types are super easy to use for small boobs, hence if you want to wear backless, strapless and the like, consider the adhesive type.
T-shirt or seamless
These types of lingerie are good for conforming to your boobs, so they don’t become too harsh and pointed. They also feel much more comfortable than with other padded lingerie.
Consider full cups for when you want total coverage, so that you can feel safe with your lingerie covering your boobs.
For when you want your boobs to get a little lift, you can also add this kind of lingerie to your wardrobe for special occasions.
Consider any lingerie that has removable pads, including those that don’t strictly count as lingerie, such as a tank top or a gown with pre-sewn padding. This is so that you can adjust the padding according to which boob is bigger.
Q: Who is the world record holder for the largest natural breasts?
A: Annie Hawkins-Turner, also known as Norma Stitz, is officially recognized by Guinness as the world record holder for the largest natural breasts, at an equivalent of 102ZZZ in conventional bra cups and band sizes – talk about huge!
Of course, with great rack comes great responsibility (and a curse at times) – she was often bullied at school when she was young, and those big assets actually made her unable to do things normal girls would be able to do, such as drive a car properly or even breastfeed her children. Nonetheless, she says her back is strong with the right therapy so she can handle them well. Now that’s what you call a super woman!
Q: What exactly is breastfeeding?
A: Breastfeeding is feeding your baby your breast milk by letting him or her suck your nipples to get milk. This activity is considered very important by health experts because it helps feed your baby with the best kind of nutrition. Not every woman can breastfeed under certain circumstances, but if you can, it is, according to most infomercials, is “still the best for babies under 2 years”.
Q: What are the benefits of nursing your baby?
A: Breastfeeding or nursing your baby has so many benefits, such as the following:
a. It makes your baby healthier. There’s nothing more satisfying and healthy for your baby than milk from your boobs. Giving your child stuff that comes from your own body is not only health but also a good benefit for your baby’s health, since you know where it comes from. Breast milk contains many nutrients that are more natural than infant formulas.
b. It keeps your bones stronger. There has been evidence that your bones get more calcium that comes from your breast milk. Since it is literally milk, it can help your bones get the right amount of calcium that they need for stronger bones.
c. The chances of sudden infant death syndrome can decrease by half. SIDS or sudden infant death syndrome can occur in some babies and to prevent this from happening, you can nurse your child so they can get healthier.
d. Certain chronic illnesses can be avoided later on for your baby. You can prevent your baby from getting more risks for diabetes and the like. This is important so that your baby will be protected with such inconveniences, provided they live a healthy lifestyle.
e. Both you and the baby will stay on a healthy weight. Letting out some of the milk can help you lose more weight and it will keep your baby’s weight just fine.
f. You can decrease your cancer risks. Breast cancer and other forms of cancer can e prevented if your breastfeed schedule is normal. Having less risks of cancer makes you and your baby healthy and safe.
g. It’s a good feeling to be able to give your baby healthy breast milk. There’s nothing more fulfilling in motherhood than being able to use those assets to give something to your baby wholeheartedly – most people say that breastfeeding is the essence of being a mother overall.
h. You’re saving cows from being used more often for making infant formula. Cows are the ones that are used not just for consumer milk but also for infant formula, so if you’re vegan, this is something that might trigger you to go breastfeeding right away.
i. It is also a calorie burner. You can be burning up to 500 calories per day. Letting your baby suck on your milk is actually a good form of exercise, and it can help you get over post partum depression in the process as well.
j. Baby vaccination tends to work more with breastfeeding. If you want to opt your baby for immunization standards, e.g. vaccination, it is best to combine it with nursing because it helps the baby to absorb the nutrients much better.
k. It can actually delay your period. For those women who do not want to experience periods because they are really quite a chore and kind of a nuisance after you give birth, you can actually delay it when you breastfeed because it delays the whole process of menstruation altogether.
l. It is much healthier than infant formula. As we said above, the nutrients that are in your boobs are much more legit than the ones that are formed in the infant formulation in a laboratory. Thus, your baby only gets the best kind of nutrients possible and they are not fake nutrients.
m. It can save you money in the long run. Let’s face the fact that infant formulas are really pricey compared to regular milk. If you can just put the effort to breastfeed your baby according to schedule, you can definitely give your child the nutrients he or she needs without a lot of $$$ lost.
n. Your post-delivery recovery will be faster. Scars that heal faster will be due to the fact that you are breastfeeding, according to most studies. This is a good point for those who would like to go back to work as early as possible (see below).
o. Because your baby won’t get easily sick, you’ll spend less absent days at work. Or if you are a freelancer at home, you can get more work done. More work done means more money for you and your baby, and your entire family!
p. It helps you learn more of your baby’s behavior. After breastfeeding, you can evaluate specific behaviors that your baby may exhibit. This is especially the case if you’ve had 2 or more babies in your entire lifetime.
q. It’s actually a form of birth control. If, like some couples, you and your hubby decided to make love right off the bat after pregnancy, if you breastfeed your baby, you can actually use it as another means of birth control.
r. It’s a lot simpler to prepare than infant formula. If you’re a person who’s very lazy to sterilize baby bottles, pour out the right ratio of water and infant formula (powder), then you might be better off with just nursing your baby instead.
s. It can save medical costs for an entire country. Breastfeeding is not just beneficial and economical for the baby and the mother – it is also good for your own local health center because your baby won’t be admitted a lot due to being healthy.
t. You get to bond more with other breastfeeding mothers out there. If you belong to a social group of mothers who also breastfeed, you can not only get over postpartum depression much easier, but you can also learn more tips from them.
Q: What are the different kinds of nursing openings?
A: For a nursing lingerie, there should also be a matching nursing opening for your shirt or outfits, such as the following:
1. Lift up – from the empire layer, lift it up and keep the inner layer down.
2. Pull down – do the opposite, in which you lift up the inner layer and pull down your neckline.
3. Move aside – keep both side of your shirt aside and lift your inner layer, if needed.
4. Side access – using the armhole, this one is for when your armholes are bigger.
Q: How are maternity and nursing lingerie different?
A: These two lingerie that have special purposes both have various qualities:
a. The nursing lingerie is meant for breastfeeding, such that it has open flaps for you to easily un-flap and uncover one of your boobs for your baby to feed on it, hence the name.
b. The maternity lingerie is meant for pregnancy, where your boobs may tend to grow 2 to 3 cups depending on your weight. It is usually more stretchy than regular lingerie.
Q: What qualities do make nursing lingerie different from other regular lingerie?
A: A nursing lingerie can have the following qualities that make them stand out from other lingerie:
1. Wide straps – the goal of the wide strap is for your shoulders to feel at ease when you wear it for support all the time. The straps should also be non slip so that you don’t have to adjust them all the time. It can be made of any material, so long as it is not slippery and rough against your skin.
2. Ease to access cups – the cups can act like flaps that can open and close depending on when you want to feed your baby. These cups can be easily manipulated even with just one hand, as you are carrying your baby in the other, so it has to be very convenient to use.
3. Front closure – most women who go for nursing lingerie prefer a front closure. The goal of this is to easily reach your closure when you want to take off your lingerie and / or put it on. Women who are carrying and / or attending to their babies may want something that is hassle-free, but make sure that the whole lingerie fits you, as the front closure only has 1 hook for you to hang onto.
4. Wide opening – the opening for when you lift the flaps should be wide enough for your boobs to peek through, for your baby to be fed in the most comfortable way as much as possible. The opening should be just right for your nipple to stick out for your baby to reach it easily.
Q: Are underwire lingerie good or bad while nursing?
A: Most people think that underwire may not be good for pregnant and / or nursing mothers, because they will feel uncomfortable. However, this is entirely your own opinion and preferences, as some women do prefer the use of underwire for support. Most of them also claim that there’s nothing wrong with lingerie that has underwire with health effects.
Q: Can you sleep in this lingerie when nursing?
A: If you do want to consider sleeping with this lingerie when nursing, you need to consider the following first:
1. Breast size can play a difference. Bigger boobs can be hard for your back, so they should definitely make use of a nursing lingerie to make your boobs feel more comfortable. On the other hand, if you have small to medium size boobs, it is a matter of choice.
2. The amount of milk may also matter. If you tend to leak milk a lot then you may really need to depend upon a lingerie to help you get supported. But for those who do not leak milk too much then lingerie when you sleep may be an optional thing.
3. The comfort levels can also vary between women. Some women just prefer to have something to wear at night so their boobs feel much more comfortable, but for those who feel suffocated with lingerie at night, they can also go without them.
Additionally, you should also be mindful of the following tips whether you choose to wear or not to wear them while nursing when you sleep at night:
a. Consider silicone pads instead of lingerie. If you do want to wear something at night but don’t want restrictive clothing and straps, consider these forms of lingerie made of silicone.
b. Consider a tank top that is made for nursing. They are also great for when you do not want to wear lingerie but want something to support your breastfeeding activity.
c. If you decide on a lingerie, consider the fact that it fits well. It should not be too tight and should be just right so that your boobs do not get squeezed and pressured too much, especially if you are more prone to clogged milk.
Q: What common mistakes are bound to happen to most who pick a nursing lingerie?
A: Most people make the following mistakes in nursing lingerie?
a. They pick the wrong size, which can result to sagging and pain on their boobs.
b. They pick a cheaper brand but not of quality materials and durability.
c. They tend to pick something that is not right for their body shape.
d. They tend to pick a band size that is too big and may feel loose and uncomfortable.
e. They forget to get fitted once in a while, which can result in a wrong size.
f. They tend to pick bigger cup sizes, which is not needed when your lingerie has expandable cups.
g. They tend to only have fewer lingerie, in which you should have more for breast changes.
h. They tend to only wear the same lingerie, whereas they should change it per pregnancy.
i. They tend to have an incorrect band size, which can make you feel uncomfortable.
j. They might get a bigger size if they cannot find their own size.
k. They might use underwire for moments of rapid breast fluctuation.
l. They might use lingerie that squeeze boobs too much.
m. They might purchase something with synthetic, which can make your skin irritated.
Wrapping It Up
Overall, the Simple Wishes D-Lite is our pick for the best nursing bra due to the ease of adjustment and the good fit that is important for most nursing women.