Sunday, October 26, 2014

3-Hook Bra Extenders by Coco's Closet Review

On my 2 pregnancies with my 2 daughters, I gain more than the normal weight gain recommended for pregnancy. I always have to buy new bras in my 2nd and 3rd trimester because my pre-pregnancy bras wouldn't fit anymore. After giving birth, I would wear the new bigger bras I bought but then, after a few months, I'd have to donate them because they'd be too big for me. I always choose to use my pre-pregnancy bras and endure the slight uncomfortable snug feeling until I lose the weight because buying new bras and use it for just a few months would be a waste of money.

Coco's Closet sent me a 3-pack of their 3-Hook Bra Extenders to try and I can't believe I didn't have this when I was pregnant.

Coco's Closet offers a solution to the problem of having a snug-fitting bra whether due to pregnancy, weight fluctuations or having that in-between phase where you fit in a smaller size cup but bra band is tight fitting.

The 3-Hook Bra Extenders by Coco's Closet is made of nylon and fits most major brands of bras. It has 3/4" spacing and has 4 rows of hooks. Each 3-pack includes a nude, black and white bra extender.

I tried this on some of my bras and I like that it's easy to attach. It's also very soft and is adjustable. The 4 rows of hooks allowed me to adjust my bra band longer to achieve my bra's ideal fit (if I get pregnant again). The 3 colors available in each pack is nice because I can match the colors of the bra extenders to my bra. Although I'm not pregnant now, I will definitely be using these bra extenders the next time I get pregnant. I wouldn't have to waste money buying bigger bras during my pregnancy. :)


You can purchase the Bra Extenders by Coco's Closet on Amazon.

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