HerRoom Response: We suggest trying a seamless nursing bra like EL3912 or AA1581 if the seams are bothersome.
Liz from Falls Church, VA
Goddess Response: We're so happy you love this bra! This bra has rigid cups to provide no-bounce stable support and lift - sooo important when you're nursing! You can increase the cup size by going up in the band, (38N). You would have to alter down the band, or wear it on the tightest hook so you don't lose support.
Tiffany from Texas
Goddess Response: Kelly, I think you'd love our Elomi nursing bra (EL8053). It's a soft cup bra just like your Keira nursing bra, but the good news is it comes in black! You would wear a UCS D7 in this style.
Kelly from Kuna Idaho usa
Goddess Response: Veronica, we don't believe stretchy cups are beneficial in a nursing bra. The breasts tend to be very heavy and tender. The idea is to minimize all bounce because it's painful, and it also helps to preserve your breast tissue. Perhaps try going up in the cup to a UCS D5 so you can wear it overnight, and when you can't pump regularly. Also be sure to "swoop and scoop" your breasts from the back to the front into the cups. this will make all the difference in how the cup fits and most importantly how it feels.
Veronica from Ephrata, WA
Goddess Response: Eileen, you might find soaking the bra in fabric softener for a while will alleviate the ichiness.
If you prefer a nursing bra with an under-wire, try our elomi Smoothing Molded Nursing Bra EL3912. EL3912 will prevent the dreaded ‘uniboob’ thing you speak of, and will provide super-firm, stable support.
Eileen from Maryland