After you give birth you may find your breasts become really sensitive. If this is the case we recommend the Anita black 5075 nursing bra. The reason this bra helps women who have sensitive breasts is that it has no seams and is made from a soft microfibre.
Looking for a supportive breastfeeding bra that will also give you a great shape? The 5075 has pre-formed cups which are also breathable, which helps to make it even more comfortable. It does not have an underwire and this bra is soft and silky to the touch..
So what is it like to wear? You will love how light it feels yet it really is very supportive. When it comes to actually feeding your baby, you will like the fact that the cups can be opened and closed with just one hand, so you won't be fumbling around!
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What about sizing? This bra has a slight stretch to it and the straps are elastic and adjustable, which means you should be able to get the perfect fit. The back of the bra has 2 hooks with 3 position fastening, again giving you more flexibility to find the perfect size.
You will be pleased to know that you can machine wash this bra and then hang it to dry, but do not iron this bra!
Why choose the Anita 5075 black nursing bra? It offers really good support, is well priced and will give you a great shape. Furthermore, you will find it really comfortable especially if you suffer from sensitive breasts.
We want to make sure you know exactly what the bra is like so you are not surprised when it arrives, so here are some quick questions and answers from us studying the bra, out of the packet, in depth.
Is this bra underwired? No
Does this bra have a “modesty panel” that covers the top of your breasts (i.e when the cups are open does it have material to help make it more discreet behind the cups? This is also called an “A-Frame nursing bra”. No it has a side sling of material
Anita sizes work a little differently to UK sizes ...especially after D cup...here are how they match up:
B cup in Anita is B Cup in UK size
C cup in Anita is C Cup in UK size
D cup in Anita is D Cup in UK size
E cup in Anita is DD Cup in UK size
So, for example, if you would normally wear a 34DD bra in other manufacturers, we suggest you pick and Anita size 34E
MATERIAL THICKNESS OF CUPS:
We try to rate how thick the cups are of each bra, so you are not surprised by this when the bra turns up! We rate this out of 5, so 1/5 is thin cups, 5 out of 5 is thick. We would rate the thickness of the cups of the cups of this bra as 2 out of 5.
WIDTH OF BRA STRAPS
How wide are the straps of this nursing bra? We measured a B cup bra and it came out as 17mm (compare this to one of your own bras to see how wide this feels). The straps then rise to a width of 19mm once you get to an C cup and above. So B cup, it is 17mm, then from C-E it is 19mm.
|Material||80% nylon, 20% elastane|