Monday, June 26, 2006

Agent Provocateur Nursing Bras

"Feed me!"


Have you been wondering where Gwen Stefani has been getting all those funky nursing bras from? I was. So I turned to my bible on mommy chic, Celebrity Baby Blog, to find out. Apparently, all of Gwen's nursing bras are from Agent Provocateur's new Maternity/Nursing line. The bra she sports in this photo is the leopard print one that costs $108. I've seen other photos of her recently where she's wearing the black one as well. Nice. Nursing bras have sure come a long way from when I was nursing my kids.

I agree, the price is steep for a nursing bra. I bet that's why she's wearing a dress that exposes it, so that either everyong can see her $108 dollar bra or so that Agent Provocateur can get the free advertising. I bet when she goes home, she slips into those comfy Bravados the rest of us wear around the house.

7 comments:

sherni said...

Wow, I'm so used to seeing ugly white ones. Of course, that's probably what I will wear as well since there's no way in hell I would shell out $108 for a bra =)

Chic Mommy said...

Sonia, when your time comes invest in a few Bravados to wear around the house and look at the selection at motherwear.com for ones to wear outside (they have more support) under more fitted clothes. Although I admit, I was too tired to change most of the time, I lived in Bravados 24-7 under a standard uniform of t-shirts and sweats. Actually, even though the kids have stopped nursing, I still wear that same uniform. comfy clothes are easier to clean up in the washing machine after kids wipe their boogers on you.

koonj said...

Dont know bravados. I mostly wear Medela light support ones, or Target (Liz Lange) ones. I hate bras. :)

WOL said...

Lol. I got a kick out of seeing Angelina's nursing bra strap hanging out of her tiny-strap tank on the cover of People! So I guess I'm not the only one who can't find a nursing bra that has straps thin enough to wear under my normal tops.

J's Mommy said...

Gwen is one hot mama, but 108 bucks for a bra, nuh uh!

Sadaf Trimarchi said...

$108 is pretty steep. But given how much you're using them, I can see shelling out the money. Like anything else, you have to factor in how many times you use it, then divide that by the cost. I've justified all kinds of purchases this way! :)

sherni said...

Lol, I'm sure I'll be wearing the exact same uniform as you once my time comes. I tried feeding my nephew the other day and wound up with baby food all over me. They should make bibs for the moms rather than the kids!