The SF Mamma Nursing bra is the perfect bra for new mothers. Designed to be a cross between a padded bra and an unlined bra, this bra is made from a thicker material that supports like a padded bra, but doesn't add bulk, like an unlined bra. Because the material is thicker, it's ideal for hiding nursing pads and nipples. The stretch mesh layer at the top of the cup easily accommodates differences in bust sizes.
It is an unpadded bra made from a thicker material that fits lovely without being too thin.
It gathers the breasts in a way they do not stick outside the contour of the body.
Lifts the bust giving it a rounded shape.
The bottom of the cups is made of shiny stable knitwear, a bit firmed up in a special technological process, gathering and lifting the bust up as well as holding it at the right level.
The tops of the cups are made of double-layered elastic tulle adjusting to the shape of breasts, even if asymmetrical.
The straps can wrinkle-up vertically, which is a result of the firming-up process and is expected over time.
The bra is designed for women who prefer fuller coverage, the cups go round the breasts keeping them in place.
Perfect for soft and less firm breasts.
Fully-adjustable straps, decorated with small buttons.
The center gore comes with smooth finishing and a button as well.
Bra has nursing clips on shoulder strap (not shown in photo)
Hand-sewn in Poland by Ewa Michalak
Style: KM-SF Mamma
NOTE: this bra has UK cup sizing, which we have converted to US sizes for you. A size chart is listed below so that you can look up your size. This style runs snug in the band so some women prefer to go up a band size. For instance: if you are normally a 34H, you may want to try this bra in 36G.
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This bra is just about perfect. It's not the most comfortable for all-day wear, but the stretchy material at the top of the cup prevents muffin tops, it's super cute, and thank the goddess Ewa for generous cup sizes. Might want to try ordering up a cup size -- I'm currently spilling out the top of my 34M Elomi bra just a little bit, so ordered a 34O (jumped right over N) in anticipation of more growth in the last few weeks of pregnancy and beyond. The 34O fits perfectly. Hoping it will be more comfortable (fabric less scratchy, underwire more forgiving against my ribs) with some adjusting and breaking-in.
I have tried well over a dozen different nursing bras, and have not been able to get one that fits my unusual size. Thank you so much to Levana Bratique for carrying this line. After 6 months of nursing, I finally have a bra that fits, looks good, and gives me the support I need.
I just received this bra in the mail today and I couldn't be happier. I've worn Ewa Mickalak nursing bras in the past, but I've lost a significant amount of weight and several bra sizes. I searched high and low for an "easier to obtain" (EM bras are not sold many places) brand that fit, but none have. I have difficult to fit breasts, and Ewa Michalak fit me so well. They give an amazing shape to softer, nursing breasts, while offering more support than I've found in any other style bra. This is the first non-padded nursing bra I've gotten from EM, and I couldn't be more pleased. It's lovely.
I did have to exchange sizes, I'm a 28G normally and I ended up in a 30FF, which means for me it runs true to size (28 band is not offered, 30 seems snug enough).
The top of the cup is a wonderful material that doesn't cut in if you are full of milk and is stretchy enough to still fit nicely when you are a bit more deflated. A very nice bra. I love it already.