Nursing Bras - San Jose,CA

Updated on May 13, 2008
J.S. asks from San Jose, CA
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Does anyone know of a good place to get reasonably priced nursing bras besides Motherhood? I can't seem to find a place that sells them besides boutiques that have them for like $60 each.

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N.M.

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If you don't mind buying online, try Motherwear.com. They have great nursing clothes and reasonably priced bras too.

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A.W.

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If you're in Santa Cruz, the Lactation Center at Sutter Maternity has a small selection, but they're not expensive and the ones I got were comfortable.

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V.H.

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Walmart has them and they are very reasonably priced!

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B.P.

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Good Sam sells them and helps to fit you for them.

I am finished breastfeeding and have two from GoodSam. If we happen to be the same size, you could have them.

You can email me separately.

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K.L.

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Target has a whole line of maternity/nursing wear - as do most department stores (JCPenny, Mervyns, Macy's, etc) - you just have to ask someone in the lingerie department to point them out to you. They are not always clearly visible, and are usually on one little rack without a sign. I got most of my nursing bras at Motherhood - they seemed to have the largest selection of looks and sizes - I am normally a 36c (both before pregnancy, and now 2 1/2 years after) - during my pregnancy I was a 34 DD, and when my milk came in I was a 34/36 E or F (and I am not a large woman). Motherhood had the most comfortable, and really, I wore those things long after I stopped nursing as they were SO comfortable, and really quite attractive too. I suggest getting 2 or 3 "night time" nursing bras (no underwire, just soft but with enough support to hold in a breast pad, they look like sports bra's almost but are SUPER comfortable" and 2 or 3 day time bra's (ones that have smooth, seamless cups, shaping to the cup itself, and that look pretty!). Its worth spending a little money on them for the comfort, and if you are anything like a lot of moms I know, you will continue to wear those bras even if you are NOT nursing!

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