It is a flexible comfy foam nursing bra, as close as I could get to an ok fit. I'm FOB with soft tissue so Freya's molded cups never work for me, not enough projection. I also need to use too big a band to get a big enough cup. 32G I had major quad boob. Clips work well and the band is decently supportive.
Nice bra with easy clasps; spacer material. Bought both this size and the 32GG. The gore tacked on the 32GG but it was too big in the cup; whereas this (32G), the gore doesn't tack but I am not having tissue compression on the bottom, sides, or top so it generally "fits"; it does squish tissue when I'm closer to needing to nurse again and getting engorged. Currently 3 weeks postpartum. Shape is wider than my non nursing bras, but fine, and my main complaint is just the gore not tacking.
Would work better for someone with a more even fullness, as I am pretty full on bottom, which I think is why the 32GG was big, especially at the top; the bottom fit with a little more "engorgement room".
Because of my shape and being so full on bottom, I think I want to try one of the EM nursing bras since they are half cup/balconette style. Just trying to figure out what size to order.
The molded cups were much larger than the nursing lacy underlayer. Perhaps a more generous cup size for nursing (possibly engorged) moms? This bra seemed to fit everywhere else. Center gore tacked, straps were a good distance away, and wires fully enclosed my wide root. Side wings were a bit shorter than similarly sized Panache but that seems to be pretty standard for Freya. Trying again in a smaller cup.
Purchased used. Bra appears to be well made. Unfortunately, I purchased the wrong size (store measured size is 3 cups smaller than the A Bra That Fits Calculator stated 32FF). Center gore rests on breast tissue and cups/wires/side wings were too small since it was the wrong size. Progressively more uncomfortable the longer I wear it. Visually, this is a very basic bra - for nursing moms who probably dont really care about the appeal vs fit/function.