Tuesday, July 29, 2014

HOTMilk :: Maternity Lingerie & Nursing Bras {Review}

{Alright, you probably think I'm pregnant. Nope! This is a guest review from my sister!}

Preparing for the arrival of my first this December, I'm finding there's so much to learn and figure out. Where do I even start? The internet and advice from veteran moms is a way to get some great ideas and product recommendations, annnnnnd some not so great advice too. With some research and major review checking, I've figured out what's going on my wishlist, and what's definitely not.

 I received complimentary product for review purposes. All opinions are 100% my own.

For myself, I'm starting to look into nursing bras and apparel, and what the hot brands seem to be. Although December seems so far away, it's going to be here sooner than I think. So, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to review a HOTMilk nursing bra, my first nursing bra, ever. I quickly learned why they're a popular brand for moms!

Although HOTMilk has a lot of really beautiful maternity and nursing bras with embroidery and elegant details, I opted for the simplistic charm of the Eternal Black Nursing Bra.

Similar to a classic t-shirt bra, this wireless style comes with a soft cup for the ultimate in nursing bra comfort. It's stylish but also completely functional and comfortable. Since I'm all about comfort and always have been, that was the main detail that appealed to me with this style. I'm sure it will be a nursing staple when the time comes.

Postpartum comes with lots of bodily changes so the six columns of hook and eye closures will surely come in handy. While the outer material is silky, the inner cups are lined in 100% cotton for breathability.

This bra is really, really supportive and has full coverage on all sides for nursing, and yet is stretchy enough to accommodate the inevitable growth and changes that come with nursing.

Here's a view from the inside of the bra. There is a side sling that allows for optimal skin to skin contact with baby.

The easy one-handed clasp for nursing and stretchy outer material make it easy to pull the whole cup down for nursing.

Overall I'm really happy with the fit of this bra now and the growth room it still provides for when the time comes to put it to use as a nursing bra. If you're looking for a nursing bra that is simple, yet pretty and comfortable, I would definitely look into HOTMilk and they're beautiful selection.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Shelly Peterson said...

I am not breast feeding but My niece is due soon with her first baby and she will be breast feeding. This looks like a great bra, I will have to let her know about this.

Anne Stewart said...

This looks like a great product! I may have to check one out for my new baby due in August :)