Your Nursing Lingerie Does Not Have to Be Drab With You! Lingerie

You! Lingerie brings beautiful high fashion, playful and luxurious breastfeeding lingerie to stylish moms at an affordable price. The mission of You! Lingerie is to make breastfeeding mommies and mommies-to-be feel confident and look beautiful every day, even with the “mommy” title.

This beautiful and very affordable lingerie brand offers bras and panties made with luxurious soft fabrics and playful colored laces featuring the decorative signature hot pink bows. Every bra is designed to provide maximum comfort with accommodating soft cups. With 20% spandex panels, four-hook back clasps, molded cups and wide elastic bands, the nursing bras are easy fitting and adjustable for the changing woman.

Owner of You! Lingerie, Uyo Okebie-Eichelberger, told us that during her market research, she was really surprised to discover that so many moms felt exactly like she did… stuck between a rock and hard place. “I was used to wearing beautiful and sexy lingerie before I became pregnant. I hated the idea of wearing just plain black functional nursing bras,” said Uyo. After becoming frustrated with the nursing industry and not wanting to settle for drab nursing bras or breaking the bank for expensive lingerie, Uyo took matters into her own hands and designed something perfectly in-between.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding are beautiful experiences, so why wear unflattering lingerie or pay an exuberant amount for a high end one? The quality features and gorgeous colors distinguish You! Lingerie bras and panties from its drab counterparts. Even better, the lingerie is reasonably priced. All bras are between $29.99 and $34.99!

Filed under: Product Review,Stuff for Mom

  • Joy C.

    I am so glad i read your post on this You! company. I LOVE their stuff…omg!! so pretty!!!! I have been bfing for 9 months now and all my current nursing bras are so plain:( Well, I am about to say bye bye to them now. Thank you!!!

  • Dee

    Gotta know, where are the items manufactured? Overseas or on our home turf?

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