You should always measure based on your current size. Depending on what stage you are in your pregnancy may reveal a larger band width to help accommodate a larger cup. In this case if you ended up measuring a 34 you would still fall into the same size (medium). If you still feel this is too small in the cup I suggest trying our Bliss style bra 125
as it offers a more structured cup and also has a flexible support channel that mimics an underwire.
Faith from Vermont
Bravado Response:Were you wearing this at night? The Body Silk Seamless isn’t as breathable as the Original Nursing Bra - it is 92% cotton and designed for sleeping.
It doesn't offer much in the way of support; it doesn't so much support as it flattens. I feel it makes me look droopy or dowdy, and I'm not large-busted! Also the range of sizes should be just a bit wider. I normally wear a 30 band (a 32 immediately postpartum), so the Small (for band sizes 32-36) in this bra requires constant adjustment due to the band being too loose. Another thing that bothers me is that the lining is microfiber. Nursing bras should be lined with cotton, or at the very least, a cotton blend.
All in all, I'm happy with this bra for the postpartum period while everything is still tender and fluctuating (and you don't care what you look like). After that, it's just a backup for me when everything else is in the laundry!
HerRoom Response: Thank you for pointing out that you are actually a 30 band size. This bra is not designed to fit your size in it's size S.
Sara from Buffalo, NY