As nursing bras go, this is both practical and attractive - easy to open with one hand, washable, and it looks like a 'normal' bra. However the non-wired style doesn't give such a good shape, and in particular I find my breast shells/ pads are more visible than under other styles.
I love this bra, I find it very comfortable and think it looks pretty elegant on too - my husband certainly seems to like it! Easy to use clips make breastfeeding out and about much less stressful. I also find it provides great support. Only given 4 stars as compared to some other nursing bras I have fr Bravissimo the girls certainly don’t look quite as perky in this bra! It also came up a little small and had to go up a cup size.
This is ultra comfortable if you have sore boobs in early pregnancy and surprisingly supportive. Get them to fit you in store though as you will most likely need a completely different size if you want to make sure have some more room to grow. I’ve therefore put true to size but can’t really judge that as bought as a pregnancy bra. I’ve also put 5 stars for fit and style - obviously not going to get same lift/ shape as underwired so it’s 5 stars based on comparison with other non wired ones.
Comfortable and practical. Love the lace details!
Good support and good for feeding.
At first it was the best I could find in nursing bras till I found the hot milk temptation! So was great till I found one that fitted better in the cup... Unfortunately this is very small in the cup in comparison to Freya and hot milk. I am spilling over the J cup. It is also bigger in the back... Ideally I would want a 32JJ, but only goes up to a J. In hot milk I am a 34H, and Freya it is too big in cup at a 34H. So overall if it had one cup size bigger I would definitely buy it again....
Best non-wired nursing bra I have found! Gives good shape with the side panels. Don’t make your boobs push out to side. Just wish it went up one more cup size! Back size is true, but not the cup, it runs a bit smaller... I am in Freya 34GG/H, Hotmilk 34H, Panache 32/34J. Bravissimo 32/34HH... if that helps anyone. Before pregnancy I was 30HH.
I have been feeding for 6 weeks so decided it was a good time to get fitted and invest in a good nursing bra. I was fitted in store and was between sizes, originally bought the bigger size 32H to allow some grow room for when my breasts were fuller prior to feeding. I wore the bra out of the store but after wearing for an hour I decided to return it as found it gave me terrible shape and support, I naturally have quite soft wide set boobs that need good support. I reflected that smaller size had felt and looked better so I swapped for the 30GG. Now after a day of wearing the bra I have developed painful blocked milk ducts, I believe from the side panel which is quite tight (in order to give move forward facing shape). I will now be returning the bra for a second time, really disappointed.