I'm not a fan of wireless bras but most nursing bras don't have them. It's hard to get enough support and I find they usually come up too high in the cups. This bra looks pretty. I wouldn't wear it for that long just because I like the cakes on a plate look. Come six months I'll be going back to normal wired bras.
I've always liked Cake's designs even tho I'm not someone who plans to be pregnant anytime soon, I think their bras are so pretty and the details are so cute, and I especially loved the color combo of this one. I've been looking for something to wear while sleeping or around the house and found this relatively cheap on Brastop, so since it was so cute I couldn't resist.
Unfortunately, this is practically unwearable for me. The shape of the cup is very wide and shallow--which is usual of an unwired bra I think, but what would be the wire channel has some kind of stiff material in ...it. The bottom of the cup is too shallow for my boob to get into, so it gets pushed down and this stiff not-wire thing chafes against my ribs so badly while sitting that I had to take it off.
The straps are also a problem--because of the width of the cup they are extremely wide-set, putting the nursing clasp right in my armpit, so when I tried wearing it while sleeping I woke up with very much pain there. To avoid this hurting I have to loosen the straps too much so they fall off my shoulders.
Overall, I'm very disappointed with this bra because it's so cute, but I just can't wear it. Maybe someone with less sensitive skin, and who is taller so that clasp wouldn't be right in their armpit, could wear it. Since I like it so much I think I will give it a wash and see if the fabric eases up but if not I will have to pass it on. Read more 168 more words