The Rose Hands-free Pumping Bra


Regular price $ 34.00

You are a warrior. A pumping machine.

 

Your hands-free pumping bra should reflect the goddess that you are. No more bands, velcro, zippers, hooks or pulleys. Just a beautiful and feminine bra so you can quickly and efficiently pump, and maybe even have a second to check emails.

 Tight support for your pump flanges

  • Adjustable shoulder straps and 4″ of back hook and eye closure
  • Sexy design, quality materials and comfortable fit
  • Works with most popular great pump makes and models

Available in sizes Small, Medium, Large and XLarge.

No fairy godmother around to help measure you?  Never fear.  With our fool-proof and flexible sizing, you won’t need her or her magic wand to find your perfect fit with your handsfree pumping bra and tank.

 

ORDERING THE RIGHT SIZE

  • No matter if this is your 1st or 4th babe, each time is unique and your body may respond differently.
  • Although there is a lot of variation, most women increase by one to two cup sizes during pregnancy, and at least one size in the band.  So if you were a 34B pre pregnancy, there’s a good chance you’ll be a 36D in nursing bra size when you begin nursing.
  • You may also see a slight increase in the cup when your milk comes in and this may ultimately go down when your milk levels adjust over the year.   This is when the cross over cover panels come in very handy as you can tighten or loosen based on your needs.
TDF_Measurement Guide_1The first step to ensuring a good fit is to start with measuring your band size.  Measure under the breast and parallel to the floor from front to back. Most women prefer a nice tight fit for extra support, so be sure to hold the tape measure tightly, but so that it is comfortable to wear all day long.
Then for your cup size measure the fullest part of your breast, roughly between the shoulder and your elbow.
Unfortunately, nursing bra measurements are not standardized and converting these inch’s into a proper size can be a little tricky.
As a rule of thumb, for the band, take your measurement and add 3 to get to your actual band size.
For example, if you measured 31″, that would make you a size 34.
The cup is a little trickier still.. we usually say to take the difference between the band and the cup, and each additional inch would translate to a cup higher.
Again an example would be a 31″ band (34 size) with a 34″ cup would be a 3″ difference or roughly a C cup.
1″ = A, 2″ = B, 3″ = C, 4″ = D, 5″ = DD (E), 6″ = DDD (F), 7″ = G
There’s a lot of adjustability, so it won’t be too difficult to find the right size.

Once you have your regular bra sizes, simply find your measurements on our handy dandy chart (below).  With all the options, virtually every mother can find the perfect fit.

 

Fabric & Care

Magically made from nylon lycra and spandex. Machine wash cold in delicate cycle and flat dry."

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