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Find out estimated delivery times for your country and how to submit a return or exchange.

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Read our resources and guides on the different types of maternity bras for each stage of pregnancy and more.

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All the things you need to know about ordering on our site.

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Learn how to measure for maternity and nursing bras and how to care for your garments.

Simply put, a T-shirt bra is a bra that is not visibly seen from under a T-shirt. It is usually designed to be a basic, everyday bra, containing minimal lace, embellishments and decorative detailing.

Buying maternity and nursing bras online has never been easier, with faster internet speeds, mobile apps and flexible delivery / exchange options, allowing you to shop when and where ever you want.

We are often asked the question: Is there a difference between a normal every day bra and a maternity bra? And do I really need one?

A maternity bra or a comfort bra, as they can be known is designed and engineered for women to wear during their pregnancy. Maternity bras can be wireless or with a softer flexible wire.

There are lots of different body types, different daily activities and different fashion preferences for all women. It all depends on all of these factors, as to what the best nursing bra is for you.

Nursing bras come in a variety of different styles, colours, fabrications and price points.The general rule is you get what you pay for.

Your choice of maternity swimwear will depend on how active you are and your lifestyle. Investing in maternity swimwear is a personal one.

Most women will require nursing pads at the early stages of breastfeeding, to absorb the excess milk and protect your clothing from wetness and stains. They come in many shapes, sizes and thicknesses too, to suit your need.

Just prior to birth, your body will ready itself to produce milk. At approximately 8 months of pregnancy your breasts will be stabilized enough to get fitted for a nursing bra.

A significant number of women are wearing the wrong bra size. Some estimations has this at 80%. Whatever that number, it's significant!