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Pregnancy and nursing underwear that’s actually sexy

Just because you’re pregnant or breastfeeding doesn’t mean you can’t be seductive. Whether it’s with lace, a plunging neckline, a racerback or a thong, this sexy maternity lingerie will have you looking (and feeling) great.  

Check out all the best styles below:

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Juliette Lace Flexi Wire Nursing Bra, £26.00, figleaves.com
  

The black Juliette Lace overlay and nude lining give this popular bra a sexy yet sophisticated feel. It’s practical too and, though it’s underwired, it’s not padded so it adapts to your changing shape during and after pregnancy.
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Never Say Never Maternity Bralette, £58.96; cosabella.com

You can’t help but feel special as you slip on this delicate all-lace creation. From the elegant racerback to the dramatic plunging neckline, this bralette screams ‘sensuality’. That said, it can be used as a nursing bra too and has clip-on and clip-off straps for easy feeding. 
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Project Me Warrior Balconette Nursing Bra, £34.99, hotmilklingerie.com

This bra just exudes sex appeal with an extra neckline strap around the contours of the breasts, sexy low-cut cups and a T-back style for uplift. There’s also everything you’d expect from a high-quality nursing bra including flexible underwiring, one-handed drop-down cups and a 6 hook and eye extension for when your ribcage expands. 
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Pink & Mocha Pregnancy & Nursing Bra, £25.00, seraphine.com

If you’re after something less overtly sexy, this Seraphine bra will tick all the boxes. The powder pink microfibre contrasts elegantly with the brown-grey lace trim and there’s excellent support thanks to the fully-adjustable straps. 
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MAMA Lace Nursing Bra, £12.99, hm.com

What could be sexier than a bit of red lace? As well as making you feel like a goddess, this nursing bra is all about comfort. It’s soft, has an elasticated hem and the cups are jersey-lined and come with removable inserts.
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Panache Sophie Nursing Bra, £32.00, next.co.uk



  Support meets sauciness. Even though it’s non-wired, this lace and cotton bra manages to give your cleavage a touch of uplift without any discomfort andjust the right amount of raciness.
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Never Say Never Maternity Thongs, £21.37, cosabella.com

There really is such a thing as maternity thongs and don’t they look great? These cleverly designed knickers have a stretchy lace waistband, which expands with your shape, and a simple cotton body and gusset. 
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MAMA Cotton Nursing Bra, £12.99, hm.com


  Lace not really your thing? Then try this more-modern style of nursing bra. Not only does the wrap-over shape allow for easy breastfeeding access, it also gives a flash of the cleavage. 
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Lace Trim Maternity & Nursing Bra, £15.00, jojomamanbebe.co.uk

This Jojo bra successfully combines playfulness with practicality. The lace trim adds a touch of the erotic but the cups themselves are made from soft, stretchy cotton for a smooth and comfy fit. 
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Temptation Graphite Nursing Bra, £45.95, hotmilklingerie.com

A real ‘special occasions’ bra, this comes in a gorgeous grey-purple lace with just a hint of pink peeking out at the cups. There’s more to this piece than initially meets the eye: the straps can be converted to a racer back to enhance the cleavage and the cups have been designed to stretch as your breasts change size.

 

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Charlotte is an award-winning journalist who's interviewed six Oscar winners, a Greek princess and a Cbeebies presenter.

She's written for GLAMOUR, Vogue, Stylist and The Independent during her career, and, though she writes about beautiful children's clothes, her own two children refuse to wear them.

She likes sunshine and log burners but not at the same time.  

 

 
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