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    11 Marvellous Pregnancy Bras

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    collage of 4 women wearing maternity bras

    Chances are, you’re reading this post for two ever-growing reasons. Well, you couldn’t have picked a better guide. 

    Yummy

    We can’t decide between Cake Lingerie’s Licorice Twist bra or its Velvet Delight number, so we’re choosing both! Licorice Twist (£38) is quite the stunner. The balcony styled bra (also for nursing) is made in a stretch fabric with a lace overlay and its cotton-lined cups make it easier for the skin to breathe.

    Pregnant woman wearing Cake Lingerie’s Licorice Twist bra

    The Velvet Delight plunge bra (£34) is made with a flexible wire for a secure fit and comes with six hook and eye extensions to accommodate your fluctuating size. Plus, it’s available in this lush colour. 

    Pregnant woman wearing Velvet Delight plunge bra

    Get in tip Topshop shape with this **Maternity lace and mesh bra (£18). We’re quite partial to this on-trend spring palette.

    Topshop Maternity lace and mesh bra

     

    Lace

    Go for the racy in lace look with Heidi Klum IntimatesSabine maternity bra (£38, Asos). Its naughty lace will fulfil your destiny as a ‘yummy mummy’. (Or are you sick of that phrase yet?)

    Woman wearing Heidi Klum Intimates’ Sabine maternity lace bra

    Good ol’ Mothercare offers a gorge range from Blooming Marvellous. The Navy Lace maternity t-shirt bra (£16) is our favourite from the collection. It’s made with a curved centre front that’s been shaped to accommodate your bump. (Blooming marvellous, indeed!)

    woman wearing  Navy Lace maternity t-shirt bra

    Triumph is a big hit among the mum-to-be massive. We’re loving their wireless Amourette 300 bra (£27), available in five tempting colours – you can have a different one for every weekday. (And why not? You are doing the most amazing thing known to mankind. We reckon a few bras is the least you deserve.)

    woman wearing charcoal  wireless Amourette 300 bra

    Pattern

    From Expecting, check out the Paisley Underwired maternity bra by Anita. Made from a stretchy microfibre, this stylish bra is sure to keep the girls in line.

    woman wearing  Paisley Underwired maternity bra by Anita

    John Lewis offers a twin pack of maternity bras for £30. Available in navy spot (pictured) and grey marl, you can mix and match depending on your outfit – or your mood…

    woman wearing navy spot bra

    T-Shirt

    Less is more with Emma-Janes Seam-Free maternity and nursing bra (£12, JoJo Maman Bébé). This extra soft bra with its stretchy straps gives added comfortability and is meant to adjust to your breast size. Pretty nifty business, wethinks. Available in black or white.

    woman wearing Emma-Jane’s Seam-Free maternity and nursing bra

    From Marks and Spencer’s M&S Collection, try the twin pack Santoni bras (£29.50). Available in a choice of black and nude or black and white, the bras are smooth and sleek enough to worn beneath figure-hugging tops. The best things about these is that they’re available in so many sizes. (Go, ‘Marks & Sparks’!)

    women wearing Santoni bras in black and nude

    Get comfy in Blossom Mother & Child’s Carriwell Maternity Comfort bra (£12.99). With its stretch fabric and versatility (can be used during pregnancy and as a nursing bra) it’s an absolute steal.

    woman wearing Blossom Mother & Child’s Carriwell Maternity Comfort bra

     

    Images courtesy of Asos, Blossom Mother & Child, Expecting Maternity, John Lewis, JoJo Maman Bébé, Marks and Spencer, Mothercare and Triumph.