The Freya Emily nursing bra is easily one of the cutest nursing bras available. It gives a retro, slightly conical (but not pointy) shape which may bother some people. The seams, surprisingly, do not irritate. This bra has NO lining and is made of very low stretch simplex, so it feels very firm, which takes getting used to. It is not great for shallow or "pendulous" breasts, because you really have to fill out the cup or you'll have wrinkling (as I do, but I wear it anyway!). My other complaint is that it really should be cotton lined, since it is a nursing bra.
This has been one of my most comfortable bras during my life as a nursing mother. It's made of a nice lightweight fabric that is comfortable for summer but still provides good support for my breasts. It can be slightly too small in the cup when I am engorged - there is not much stretch in the cup. Also the part under the drop-down cup that holds the cup to the upper strap seems a bit flimsy but it has help up over almost 2 years of use. It's also a fairly cute look, as far as utilitarian nursing bras go, with polka dots and lace.
Cute bra, but doesn't fit my boobs just right. Luckily it is wireless, but following the seams I can tell Freya is not the brand for me. The gore is too close together for my wide set chest and the seams don't go far enough back to accommodate the tissue near my armpits. I am full on the bottom so I don't usually do a very good job filling full cup bras, but this one stayed very wrinkly, almost comically. It had all this space in the front, but my boobs don't sit so far forward, which made it look like I couldn't fill it. The space just wasn't in the right places. I think my Panache is a better fit.