Goddess Response: Jessica, we’re so sorry the hook and eye came out! We’ll certainly let our designers know.
A few things to think about though: Are you certain you’re in the correct size? Is the band too tight? Very often if you’re in the wrong size there’s an awful lot of pressure being put on certain places (seams, clasps, and even hooks and eyes). This stress creates a lot of wear and tear which ordinarily wouldn’t happen if the size was correct.
Also, to prolong the life of your bras, and if you don’t hand wash them, we recommend putting your bras in a lingerie bag to prevent the bra flying around the machine unprotected. And of course, always line dry your bras –never put your bra in the dryer!
jessica from durham, nc
Goddess Response: If you’re looking for a nursing bra with an underwire, take a look at our elomi Smoothing Molded Nursing Bra EL3912, offered by our sister brand. This bra is a fabulous seam-free option for a super smooth look. You’d wear a 36D5 in this style.
Coco from Washington, DC
We’re so happy you love this style, and thank you for your very kind words. And we’ll be sure to tell our designers about your experience with the clip. We always welcome your feedback, all of which helps us to give you what you need and what you want: Believe me, we listen!
Rachel from Chicago, IL
If your band is riding up your back, it’s a sure sign the band is too loose. It’s the body of the bra (the band and the cups working together) which supply most of the support for your breasts. The band should fit snuggly around your torso (like a hug) for that all-important firm and stable support. Perhaps try going down a band size, and up a cup size (40D7). We know our customers rely on us to give them the best possible comfort and support –particularly our nursing mums! And yes, we do test- wear all of our bras for months on full-busted and full-figured women in all sorts of sizes, not just in one or two “sample” sizes.
Jayme from Pittsburgh, PA, US
We’ve not had this type of feedback about our Goddess nursing bra before, and it’s difficult to advise you about this as you don’t mention exactly what is making the snapping and unsnapping hard to do…