Nursing Mama Giveaway: Bravado Designs Bliss Nursing Bra

A few months ago I was privileged to review the Bravado Designs Body Silk Seamless nursing bra and the Nursing Tank.  I LOVED them both, but once Jonah got a little older I wanted to try something with a little more structure; now that I’ve finally *almost* lost all my baby weight (6 more lbs.!) and I wanted to get a little silhouette back.  So, I was thrilled to get the opportunity to review the Bliss Nursing Bra from Bravado as well.  AND I get to give one away to a lucky reader!

I was a little worried about the amount of support I’d get from a nursing bra with no underwire, and the Bliss is wire-free, but WOW, I did not need to worry about that at all!  My nursing size is 2 cups larger than my normal size so I need extra support and the Bliss did not disappoint! It is amazingly comfortable and supportive.  The other thing I love about it is the smooth silhouette it gives.  The cups are seamless and molded so they hide nursing pads and anything else you don’t want showing.  It’s a perfect t-shirt nursing bra.

I still love my Body Silk Seamless and my Nursing Tank but the Bliss is now my every day nursing bra and I love it!  I’ve already ordered one in a smaller size which I anticipate I’ll need in a couple of months here now that Jonah is going to start solid foods next week.  This is an awesome bra!

Here’s how YOU can win a Bravado Designs Bliss Nursing Bra:

1) Leave a comment on this post telling us what you look for in a nursing bra.

2) Head over to Bravado Designs on Facebook and “like” them, then come back here and leave a comment letting me know you did.

3) Like Mommin’ It Up on Facebook and then leave me a comment letting me know you did (or already do).

Contest ends Sunday June 18th at 12 noon.  One winner will be picked at random and notified by email.

Good luck, and thanks to Bravado Designs for the Bliss bra I got to review and the one to give away!

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57 Replies to “Nursing Mama Giveaway: Bravado Designs Bliss Nursing Bra”

  1. One think I look for is a design that covers enough that my niipples don’t pop out, but also not so much coverage that it peaks out of a v-neck or wrap-style top.

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