Josie Sleep'in Beauty Bra
Your bedroom bedroom can still be a sexy and fun place, even when (ahem...ESPECIALLY when) your are a nursing mother! The Josie Sleep'in bra can help you bring back that element of feeling wildly attractive, it has some great features that just add to the beauty and comfort of this nursing bra!
- The nursing panel is a "pull-aside" style, giving baby easy, fast access to the breast
- As your breasts fill (and are emptied) through the night the super soft and stretchy fabric changes with your body, which can help reduce clogged milk-ducts and risk of mastitis.
- The Josie is comfortable, sexy, functional, and luxurious!
- The Josie features a hidden pocket to keep breast pads from wandering, keeping mama dry.
Available in sizes XS through XL
The Diary Fairy, unfortunately, cannot arrive to individually measure each nursing mama, but rest assured with nearly fool-proof flexible sizing, you can work your own magic to find the perfect fit with any Dairy Fairy bra!
How to order the best size for you
- There can be differences in size, shape, or supply from pregnancy to pregnancy.
- Generally speaking, a women can expect an increase of one to two cup sizes and at least one band size during pregnancy/lactation. For example, a pre-pregnancy 34B size could typically be a 36D in terms of sizing for nursing bras.
- When the milk supply arrives ("comes in") there may be a noticeable slight increase in sizing, but generally evens out when supply is established per baby's needs. After the transition to an established milk supply, the cross-over cover panel feature of The Dairy Fairy bras really shines since they allow you to do a quick and easy personal customization by loosening or tightening to the most comfortable fit.
Self-measuring for a great fit
- First, you want to measure your BAND size. Place tape measure, parallel to the floor, just below the breasts (see diagram below). Make sure the tape measure is snugly against your body, but not too tight as to cause discomfort. Read your measurement and and "3," this is your band size!
- Next you will need to find your CUP size. Place the tape measure across the fullest part of the breasts (approximately halfway between your shoulder and elbow) - see diagram below. Read your measurement, then subtract the difference between your BAND size and your cup measurement. For each INCH of difference, there is a one size change in cup size. This is your CUP size. (Example, your band size measurement was 29 (you add 3) = 32 and your cup measurement read 34. The difference between the two is 2, so your cup size would be a B. Your self-measured size is 32B.
- General cup sizes: 1″ = A, 2″ = B, 3″ = C, 4″ = D, 5″ = DD (E), 6″ = DDD (F), 7″ = G
- Check out the sizing chart below to find your nursing bra size!