Happy Valentine's Day!!! This is the day we celebrate LOVE and affection by exchanging gifts, flowers, and cards. And sexy intimate underthings are usually popular gifts around this time of the year...even for preggo and breastfeeding mamas. Oh YES! I can personally attest to this as we have been our busiest EVER during these last two weeks:) ...LOL, I am sure our NBC's Today Show feature also had a lot to do with it too :-)
But why not? All the sacrifice and hard work of carrying a baby for 9 months, gaining weight, giving up some of our favorites foods and drinks, lack of sleep....I mean the list goes on and on. Preggo and breastfeeding moms want to look and feel sexy too... and dammit they deserve to!
When Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda made the "That is very disturbing" and "Are women going to breastfeed in that?" comment during our Sexy Valentine's Gifts feature on the Today Show, it made me realize even more so that You! Lingerie is doing its part to not only change the way pregnant/breastfeeding moms feel about their bodies and their self-esteem, but also the way in which society views them.
Being pregnant or breastfeeding does not mean you can no longer be sexy or feel beautiful. We passionately believe you should embrace your new body, and thus discover new ways of being sexy and feeling confident and good about yourself. We are excited to share these wonderful new products with the world and hope to inspire a new appreciation for and acceptance of a woman's body in pregnant form. And it begins with you and I embracing this revolution, and sharing our knowledge with others.
So all you preggo and breastfeeding mamas out there, go out and be sexy, not only on Valentine's Day but everyday. YOU deserve it!!!
For the determining the best starting point for your bra size, please visit our How to Measure Your Bra Size page.
Wearing your bra, take a snug measurement around your ribcage, directly under your bust and keep level all around. If you get an odd number, round up to the next even number. This is your band size.
Take a loose measurement over the fullest part of your bust, keeping the tape level around your body. If needed, round up to the nearest inch.
Subtract your band size from your bust size, and use the difference to find your cup size on the chart below.