Triumph’s maternity bras are as lovely as they are functional

I remember my first time buying a maternity bra. The girl in the next fitting room was trying on an assortment of dainty, lacy confections, and I had a stack of boring options with cups big enough to fit on my head.

Obviously I wasn’t in the Triumph section, because Triumph’s maternity bras are everything I longed for: pretty, feminine and functional.

Triumph’s maternity bras are test fitted on pregnant women and nursing mums to make sure the fit is comfortable, and the bra functional. Without underwire, support is always a worry, but Triumph’s bras have a side support sling on each cup so that even when the cup is down for feeding, you’ve got some support. The shoulder straps can be worn normally or criss-crossed which gives a bit more lift.

I remember being shocked when I saw how many hooks and eyes there were on the back strap of a maternity bra, but as I progressed in my pregnancy, I was grateful for the extra room. Triumph’s bras have six adjustment levels so you’re always comfortable throughout your pregnancy and after.

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When you’re pregnant, your body changes so drastically, you’re desperate to feel at least a bit like your old self, and a pretty bra definitely helps. The same goes for after baby arrives, when you’re nursing. Triumph’s spring season bras come in a palette of pinks and corals, with lovely lace details on the Gorgeous Mama Lace bra and floral print or solid colour options on the Mamabel Smooth bra.

The new season of bras will be available in September 2016, and you can get them at Triumph’s website. If you want to try your bra on at a bricks and mortar store, check the website for stockists.

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