Hotmilk Nursing Bra Review & Giveaway

February 3, 2017

One of the things I’ve been looking forward to about no longer expressing is the prospect of attractive underwear. Over a year of incredibly comfortable but not particularly attractive sports-type nursing and maternity bras has left me pining for something just a little more feminine and sexy. So I was intrigued when I was asked to review a Hotmilk nursing bra.

What’s this? A lacy (dare I say sexy?), sexy (yes, I do!) nursing bra? Something that doesn’t actually look or feel like a nursing bra, yet fits comfortably and functions well as one? You bet. Hotmilk have done it.

Hotmilk nursing bra

I was actually pleasantly surprised by how comfortable  the Hotmilk bra is. It has six different clip settings so it’s fully adjustable; something that’s really useful if your boobs are expanding with milk or through pregnancy. I can confirm that the cups unclip easily and the bra provides a serviceable opening for expressing; I assume that it would function similarly well for breastfeeding although obviously I haven’t tested this aspect.

Mostly, I enjoyed how pretty the bra is. I’d forgotten how good attractive underwear can make you feel (even if you’re not showing it to anyone!). Something I didn’t think I’d get to experience until after I’d finished breastfeeding.

Thanks to the lovely people at Hotmilk, one lucky reader can win a Hotmilk bra of their choice. Simply enter via the Rafflecopter below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and Conditions

(Sorry, boring yet essential!):

There is one prize of a Hotmilk bra. No cash alternative.
This competition is open to residents of the UK only.
Competition ends 19th March 2017.
A winner will be chosen at random using the widget.
The winner will be notified via email within 7 days of the closing date, and must respond within 28 days to claim their prize and arrange delivery.
The winner’s details will be passed to a Hotmilk Lingerie representative who will arrange delivery of the prize.

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