The Everything Bra: Clay/White
The Everything Bra in Clay
Meet our best-selling Stage 1 bralette: no padding, no lift, ultra thin fabric, and low support — all by design.
Through the most sensitive times of pregnancy and postpartum, this bra is your everything. It's so comfortable you won't want to take it off, and you won't need to.
This best-selling bralette is made in a ultra-soft, stretchy, OEKO-TEX certified fabric and provides minimal support with ultimate comfort for 24/7 wear. It was designed with a lactation consultant to optimize breast health and minimize complications, such as mastitis and clogged or plugged ducts. The extended back closure and front-adjustable straps accommodate changing bodies from pregnancy through the fluctuations in Breastfeeding Stages 1-3, and beyond.
Named 'Best Maternity Bra' by InStyle
'Most Comfortable Nursing Sleep Bra' by WhatToExpect
'Most Comfortable Postpartum Bra' by Women's Health
"This bra feels like boob clouds. It’s the softest, gentlest bra and undie I’ve ever worn made by one of my favorite companies" - Brooklyn Decker (Actor, Activist, and Bodily Advisor)Styled with the All-In Panty
FINDING YOUR SIZE
Your rib-cage and cup size may increase over the course of pregnancy, and even more in the first few months of breastfeeding. The Everything Bra was designed to have flex upwards in both band and cup size to accommodate the normal fluctuations that many people experience in pregnancy and breastfeeding.
If you are pregnant and in between two sizes, we recommend sizing up.
If you are in your first 6 months of breastfeeding and in between sizes, we recommend selecting the smaller size.
Details & Features
- Designed in collaboration with Brooklyn Decker
- Breathable, ultra-stretchy, and ultra-soft fabric
- Nursing clips for easy access, elastic neckline for whenever faster access is needed
- Front slider-adjustable straps for ease with cup fluctuations throughout the day
- Extended back closure, ensuring comfort no matter how unpredictable your band or cup size may be
- Designed with an IBCLC to ensure no acute points of constriction or compression, which can potentially contribute to clogged ducts and mastitis
Is The Everything Bra supportive?
It offers minimal support by design. Traditional support can be restrictive and compressive. In Stage 1 of breastfeeding, when engorgement and fluctuations are most common, it’s important not to have any acute points of constriction to avoid issues like clogged ducts and mastitis.
What does Stage 1 of breastfeeding mean?
We worked with an IBCLC lactation expert to break breastfeeding into three Stages, based on your body’s needs across the journey. Stage 1 covers the early days of feeding, months 0-3.
Can I wear The Everything Bra in all stages?
Yes. Because it has zero points of constriction and offers super-stretchy coverage, it’s safe to wear 24/7 through every stage, even for sleeping. And our ultra-soft material makes it comfortable enough that you’ll want to, from pregnancy to postpartum and beyond.
Is sizing different during pregnancy?
No. This bra was designed with lots of stretch to flex as your ribcage and cup size expand during pregnancy and early breastfeeding, so our size guide is the same for pregnancy and postpartum. That said, if you’re in between sizes while pregnant, size up. If you’re in between sizes in the first 6 months of breastfeeding, size down.
Why is there no padding?
To optimize breast health across every breastfeeding Stage by reducing restrictive elements. However, we did include slits to insert breast pads if you prefer more coverage.
Why do you recommend breast pads?
If you’re using nipple creams, we encourage you to use breast pads to protect your bra from oil stains. Oil based products, such as nipple creams and even breast milk have the potential to seep into clothing. We carry our breast pads in a 4-pack and as a 6-pack if you want to stock up.
Stage 1 Optimized Nursing Bra:
When to wear it: From pregnancy through all stages of nursing, and beyond
Fit notes: This is our super-stretchy bra with light support and no padding — and that’s by design.
Guidance from our IBCLC: In the first three months of breastfeeding (Stage 1), your bra should stretch to accommodate the growing and often engorged milk-producing areas of your breasts. This is especially true in Stage 1 when engorgement is common. Restrictive support can increase the risk of common breastfeeding ailments that are often linked to the early cessation of breastfeeding.
This is why our bras don't have firm or shaping padding either (though we did include slits if padding is desired). Our Non-Slip Breast Pads can be used to increase coverage.
Did you know that many of the most common breastfeeding issues are linked to the bras we wear?
It is true! Wearing a bra that you like shouldn't expose you to features that can negatively impact milk supply, or potentially increase risk of clogged ducts and mastitis. That's why we created a system for selecting bras that makes it easy to optimize for breast health (check out The Stages of Breastfeeding for choosing a nursing bra that's right for you), and designed all of our bras together with a lactation consultant.
How to Choose a Nursing Bra
Unsure of what kind of nursing is right for you and your body? Want to make sure that you are reducing factors that potentially contribute to clogged ducts and mastitis as much as possible? Check out our easy guide to choosing the right bra here. We've made it as easy as 1-2-3.
Buy A Set, Support 4Kira4Moms
For every Brooklyn Decker x Bodily Everything Bra sold, we will donate 5% of the proceeds to 4Kira4Moms.
"In May 2016 my wife, Kira, and I were preparing for a routine C-Section. That routine turned to a crisis when her complaints of severe pain were egregiously ignored for over ten hours. One year after her passing, I founded 4Kira4Moms, Inc. to sound the alarm as a voice for the voiceless on a mission to eradicate mortality in our nation." - Charles Johnson, founder of 4Kira4Moms
4Kira4Moms' mission is to advocate for improved maternal health policies and regulations, to educate the public about the impact of maternal mortality in communities, provide peer support to the victims’ family, friends, and promote the idea that maternal mortality should be viewed and discussed as a human rights issue.
4Kira4Moms is working to help Congress pass H.R. 1318, which supports States in their efforts to protect the health of mothers during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum and reduce disparities in maternal mortality outcomes and improve healthcare quality for mothers. Learn more about 4Kira4Moms here.
Materials & Care
Materials: OEKO-TEX 94% Micromodal; 6% Elastane
Care: Machine wash cold on a gentle cycle. Do not Bleach. Line dry. Low Iron
Designed in NYC and manufactured in China.