Cadenshae’s awesome range of colourful, stylish maternity activewear and sportswear allows you to be active and live your day-to-day life as a busy mum, whilst giving you the freedom to feed your baby when and where they need it. And let’s face it, they often need it in the most public of places, at the most unpredictable of times. Wearing clothes that allow you to care for your baby, but also allow you to go walking with friends, join in with that yoga class or take part in mums and bubs gym classes just make your life so much easier. And even better still, Cadenshae’s nursing activewear is styled just like your pre-baby wardrobe.
Not sure where to start? Our Cadenshae Ultimate Bras (whisper, stripe, navy/pink) and popular for DD+ cup sizes and look great when teamed with a nursing tank and postnatal activewear leggings- all by Cadenshae of course :)
Read our review of the Cadenshae Ultimate Nursing bra here.
When Is The Best Time To Buy A Nursing Bra?
This is completely up to you and your comfort levels as pregnancy progresses. Some women will find that their breast size increases early in pregnancy leaving them uncomfortable in their usual bra size. If this is the case, there is nothing to stop you from switching to a nursing bra at that time. For other women who don’t notice much change or who still feel comfortable, the third trimester is a good time to start the shopping process. It’s also worth noting that underwire or overly restrictive bras are generally not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
How To Know What Size Nursing Bra To Get?
Purchasing the right size nursing bra is key to both comfort and performance. Each brand will have its own size guide. You can check out the Cadenshae bra size guide here
Are these nursing sports bras made for high impact workouts?
Yes! The Cadenshae Ultimate Bra is designed specifically for high impact workouts and offers both incredible support and comfort for a variety of different bust sizes. The Cadenshae Ultimate Bra is suited for DD+ cup sizes. For smaller cup sizes who still want support for medium to high-impact, we recommend theCadenshae Fit2Feed style.
Are nursing tops really necessary?
While they may not be as essential as something like nappies, good quality nursing tops and bras can make a huge difference in your comfort levels. They allow easy breast access for feeding on the go while providing support without restricting milk flow or compressing breast tissue.
If I’m in between sizes, is it better to go up or down a size for tops?
We would advise using the size/measurements charts as a guide but if still in doubt, sizing up is a good idea.