9:42 PM

Dear Victoria's Secret

Dear Victoria's Secret -


I am very curious as to why you do not have a maternity/nursing line in your collections. I understand that you specialize in women, sexy women & their underwear, but does pregnancy eliminate you from that VS circle?

My VS bras are the love of my life. They offer so much support in all the right places at all the right times. Now that I am pregnant & a soon-to-be new mom, that support has to leave because your don't offer a line for hooters like mine & the journey that they are about to endure.

There is not an adequate maternity/nursing bra on the market for heavier chested ladies like me. Those that claim wonderful support let you down mid-day & are bulky. I feel like I am wearing a very cheap, overpriced, upper body armor. If I wanted to wear a sports bra I would have purchased one. I want to feel sexy too! And through these summer months, less would be better.

Can you please, for the sanity of women around the globe, start a maternity/nursing line? It would do a lot of hooters a lot of good!

Thanks! Can't wait to see your newest collection!
Amy Lee

4 comments:

Butter Beanz said...

Dear Amy,
Thank you for your e-mail regarding our merchandise collections. We are happy to assist you with your inquiry.
Maternity clothing is a specialized market in which Victoria’s Secret does not currently participate. We regret any disappointment this may cause.
Based upon customer suggestions and comments, we are currently offering select nursing bras in our collection. We invite you to call our fashion consultants at 1-800-888-8200 or 1-937-438-4200 (outside the U.S. and Canada), and one of our associates will be happy to check availability and answer your merchandise inquiries.
If you need further assistance, please reply to this e-mail or call anytime.
Amy, Victoria's Secret values each of our customers and we hope you will grant us the opportunity to serve you again in the future. Thank you for contacting Victoria's Secret.
Sincerely,

Uh! Hello! That is what I was asking you to do. Please get involved in the specialized maternity clothing market! Your are VS! How hard can that really be? Would you not be increasing your sales along with your customer base. I mean you can only cater to about half the population & even then you still have to wait until puberty kicks in. It is like a gynecologist saying no to maternity care!

April said...

That was seriously their reply?! OMG. I'm sure you're not the first gal who has asked for that. Hello!?! They're in the business of boobs. The whole reason we have boobs to begin with is to nurse our children! I'm thinkin' they need to go back to basics. LOL

April said...

And as an afterthought, I'll just wish you luck to have more success at finding a bra than I had. I breastfed Jayna for 18 months. (Yep, I was one of "those" moms. LOL) I nearly lived in a nursing tank & pj pants almost that whole time. LOL Ah, the perks of being a stay-at-home mom. :D

The Marshall's said...

Check out this website. I loved thier bras they were so cute and comfortable. http://www.passionspice.com/