I’m almost 33 weeks pregnant, and threw out my back (probably from chasing my other 2 toddlers around). I purchased this support band to see if it would help me get both core and back support while carrying the weight of the baby plus the demands of being a mom of a 1 and 3 year old, and that’s exactly what it does! I feel supported all around, I feel like when I bend over, everything is held together instead of my muscles giving out, and I just feel so strong. This is going to be A part of my daily Wardrobe for the next 7 weeks (and probably after pregnancy too!) it’s worth every penny and I’ll most likely be purchasing another one! Thank you for the amazing, 360 degree support!!!
I’m currently 38 weeks pregnant! I started wearing The probump 37 weeks! I wish I had It sooner! It’s a great form of support really making you feel secure and takes a huge weight off you lower back and lower abdominals. I am personal trainer and it’s helped my workouts so much I recommend wearing the ProBump as soon as your bump makes its debuts! It’s really a game changer.
I am currently 27 weeks pregnant with my third child and wish I had worn the ProBump with my first 2 pregnancies! I am still running and doing HIIT workouts (with modifications as needed) and feel so well supported with the band ( I honestly don't think I could do what I can now without it!) It helps alleviate some SI joint/low back pain I feel with my pregnancies and cues me to contract my core while providing the perfect amount of relief from pregnancy aches/pains. Also- I am a size 0/2 pre-pregnancy and the size small fits perfectly (and I LOVE the new vivid color!), I began wearing it around 19 weeks and when my stomach was a little smaller I would just fold it to provide a little more support. Highly recommend to all pregnant mamas out there!!!
Currently 20 weeks and right now feels great and supportive and stays put. Although I am unsure whether or not it will carry me to the end of my pregnancy to be honest. I purchased my pre-pregnancy size (S) but this is my 3rd pregnancy and while my weight gain has been the same between all, my stomach is much larger than I was at 20 weeks with my first pregnancy. I cannot see how I can get another 20 weeks out of the band, maybe 8-10 weeks at best. I also noticed the size chart printed on the product packaging is different than what is online.
I had the black bloomers and loved them postpartum! I wear them everywhere. They make me feel supported in the abdominal area and even sexy since I can't fit into any of my clothes! I also wear them when I go swimming in the kiddo's pool. You will feel so good and vibrant when you wear these! I can't say enough about them.
Love these bloomers for my third trimester. The perfect amount of support and while they are thick I don’t find them overly hot even during Texas August heat!
Friends let me just save you the time- I know your wondering if these are worth the money. THEY ARE. After I had my baby I wore these literally everyday. They make you feel human again, they’re so comfortable, and provide the perfect support. They are my #1 recommendation for postpartum mamas. I also love the raw cut edge and the black color hides everything (aka breast milk & spit up).
First time mom, and like most I did not have a clue about what I would really need in the third trimester. I didn’t gain a ton of weight, but I swear my belly got so big overnight. I ordered this dress thinking it would be comfortable for around the house in case I had surprise guests after the baby.... I got the dress on a Friday, I have worn it 4 days in the last week. I’m 35 weeks and jeans are so uncomfortable. This with my probump is my go to for everyday wear. I even wore this dress to work with a denim jacket (casual office setting). I see myself getting a ton of use out of this in the next month and beyond. For reference I’m only 5’2 and about 150lbs (35 weeks), but the length looks adorable! Please get more colors of this dress so I can live in it!
I have the pregnancy leggings, three pairs of bloomers, two adore bralettes, and the made to mother tee in olive. But this dress. I’m 38 weeks pregnant, I’ve been living in it for the last three weeks. I was a little concerned about the one size thing, pre pregnancy I’m around a 14, nothing but dresses really fits well right now, and I’m in “plus size maternity” in a lot of places. But this dress. It is so flattering, it fits so well, not tight anywhere, I love the length, shows off my bump, and it is extra comfy with the afore bralette and bloomers. Like I never want to take it off. And the hem work! It has nice thick hems, and the seams are well done. This dress is so worth the price. Gurl. Get you one.
I’m 5’3” and normally ~120 lbs and love this dress for maternity wear. It’s not too long on me but I like the tie-up style option. I’m looking forward to wearing it after I have my baby because it wears well, is soft, AND keeps ya warm. The color is just as rich and pretty in real life as the photos. :)
I wore this dress pregnant, during early labor and postpartum. This was extremely necessary when I didn’t want anything right around my belly post c-section. Now i wear this as my “dress up” dress, because it’s so easy to breastfeed in. I highly recommend getting this dress for any stage of motherhood you’re in!
I'm a 36D and found the M/L band to be uncomfortably tight. The material is light and thin, so if you're hoping for any coverage know that your nipples will be very visible with this lighter color. Overall, the bra is just "good enough." I'm in my 2nd trimester and don't expect it to last more than a couple months, honestly. For mamas needing a bigger size than me ... be careful.
I want to love this bra. I really, really do. I actually own 3 bralettes. I began wearing them around 7months pregnant and now I am 7 weeks post partum. I am exclusively nursing and love how easy they are to pull down/up to feed babe. That being said, ALL THREE of my bralettes have the seams ripping apart by the straps. I was advised this is “normal wear”. So, if you’re okay with replacing these bras every 3 months, then they’re great! But I cannot afford to buy nursing bras every 2 months simply because they cannot hold up to normal wear and tear. Great concept but product design has to be looked at. Unacceptable for all 3 bralettes to be garbage after only SIX weeks of newborn feeds.
This is a great color to go with your neutral wardrobe! It's easy to breastfeed in and I love that you can layer this color with darker bralettes for more support. I wore a XS/S when I was preggo and the bigger size once my milk came in.
I ordered two of these bralettes during the Easter special sale and love them. Pre-pregnancy I was a 32D, but am a 36D now. I am currently 38 weeks, 160 pounds, and 5'4. I like to know people's measurements in reviews when I'm ordering items. I was looking for something comfortable to wear because let's face it, shirts don't fit anymore. I looked at the sizing chart and based off the chart, it said to order a XS/S. This seemed too small for me considering my size as of right now, but trusted the chart. If I could redo this, I would have ordered the Medium/Large. My breasts are heavier so the XS/S pulls the bralette down pretty far and doesn't cover my side boob very well. I'm hoping after the baby comes, I can wear the XS/S more. If you are not sure, I would suggest sizing up. I plan to order a few more of these in the large sizes since I will soon be breast feeding and need extra space to put the breast pump since the pump I have goes inside your bra. Overall, great product for the price!