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After you’ve passed the 10 week mark, you’ll probably be starting to seriously plan for your baby’s arrival. We also suggest that you start thinking about yourself. 9 months isn’t a long time in the grand scheme of things but, boy does pregnancy take it out on your body!
Your ribcage can grow by at least a band size during pregnancy but between 37 and 38 weeks, your baby will start to move in your womb, slowly dropping into your pelvis. As this happens, you’ll notice that your ribcage will become smaller and you may need to tighten your maternity bra a bit.
Why not get fitted for a beautiful nursing bra around this point? They are also known as feeding bras and they are (you guessed it) designed to make it easy for you to breastfeed. Most noticeably, special clips enable you to discreetly open one cup at a time.
The stretchy cups will adapt to your fluctuating breast size (you can go up to two cup sizes between feeds!), a soft cotton lining to absorb leaking milk, space for a breastpad and a six-row hook-and-eye closure so that you can tighten the bra as your ribcage falls back into place after the birth of your baby.
If you’re busy and you’d rather measure yourself, make sure you check out our fab guide.