Throughout your pregnancy you start to figure out what pieces of lingerie are important (those comfortable pieces that always end up on top) and those that you don't wear anyone (thongs, lacey bras, etc). Although gorgeous, these little pieces are not practical - at least for the first few months of your pregnancy - so it is best to leave space for the pieces that you do use and need.
According to Jenny Altman of ILOVEAGOOD, this is the perfect time to get yourself a nice selection of cotton seamless underwear (think colorful) as well as comfortable nursing bras and camis that are easy to use (try them out to make sure the lift or clips are easy to maneuver with one hand since that's all you'll have for a while). She also suggests that moms-to-be should add some color and prints to their lingerie since these are the first things you put on each morning and can make you feel good throughout your pregnancy. Here are some of her picks on how to transition your lingerie drawer during and post-pregnancy.
Here are a few favorite basics during pregnancy:
Elle Macpherson Intimates Nursing Bra: A wire-free cup with wide straps and soft support is ideal for new mothers.
Belabumbum : Copacabana Lace Wire-free Nursing Bra: This wireless bra offers timeless maternity and nursing designs for all stylish women.
Lace-Cup Wirefree Nursing Bra: This bra features beautiful mesh lace cups and frame as well as contrasting cotton-blend lined cups and frame for comfort.
As soon as you're feeling up to it, add a little sexy back into your drawer. Luckily you can find sexy sets that also offer function like these:
Coconut Ice Balcony Bra: This sophisticated and alluring bra combines femininity and functionality to create a classy svelte silhouette.
Le MystÃ¨re 'Florence' Underwire Nursing Bra: This patterned stretch cotton covers the underwire cups of a lace-trimmed nursing bra designed with clips that unhook quickly.
Wild Composure - Nursing Bra: This satin full cup bra embellished with lace is perfect for comfort and support.
For more information, please visit: http://www.iloveagood.com/
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