Nursing Bra - Obsession Frappe Flexiwire Bigger Busts
Designed for the fuller bust, the ultimate t-shirt nursing bra with a flexible underwire (scroll down to read more about this). A seriously sensual and supportive contour cup made with engineered spacer foam. Smooth under clothing with the flat lace panelling and smooth, soft microfibre. Flexible underwire offers a higher level of support and expands and flexes with your body reducing pressure on the breast tissue. The centrepiece can be removed if you have any concerns.
FIT TIP - This style has a wire and is a regular fit around the back. It has a full cup coverage meaning it fully encases all of the breast tissue with a light contour cup which adds smooth shape, not bulk.
The model wears 14F
- Flexi-wire cup support
- Perfect t-shirt bra offering a smooth profile under clothes using spacer foam which is less bulk
- Full cup coverage
- A-frame nursing support
- Spacer contour cup - less bulk
- One-handed drop-down nursing clips for breastfeeding
- 6 hook and eye fastenings for extending band size
- Wider straps on larger cup sizes for added support
- Material: outer 90% nylon 10% elastane - inner 100%nylon
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Hotmilk is one of the leading nursing bra brands in the world. This is their most popular bra for bigger busts with so many mums raving about them like this 5-star review:
"I am a size 14G and this is one of the best bras I own. Supportive and comfortable. Will probably wear this long after pregnancy and breastfeeding. Love the extra eyelets to allow flexibility of adjustment." - Jennifer H. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Returns and Exchanges:
We are very confident that you will love this bra but you can easily exchange or return for a full refund if it doesn't fit you perfectly :). We are here to help!
WHAT IS FLEXIWIRE?
YES YOU CAN WEAR A FLEXI-WIRE SUPPORT WHEN BREASTFEEDING
Personally we suggest that you should not wear a flexiwire bra for the first few weeks after having baby, at that time you want something soft and comfortable, but earlier in pregnancy and once baby is anywhere from 1-3months old and your breast size has settled, then they are amazing.
Hotmilk has developed a range of products with a metal flexi-wire support (different from a normal underwire) for the following reasons:
1. Flexi-wire support holds the shape of the cup and supports rather than flattens and compresses the bust.
2. Flexi-wire support is better at holding the bra against the frame of the body for increased cup and band support.
Excerpt from The Australian Breastfeeding association:
"Many women prefer underwire fashion bras and are confused when told these are not recommended during pregnancy or lactation. The reason for this is, once again, your changing breast shape. When breastfeeding, the breasts can increase and decrease in size during the day, as milk is produced and removed. Retained fluid in late pregnancy can also cause the breast to swell. Although only a slight change in size is occurring, a rigid underwire may put pressure on the breast when it is fuller. Such pressure can lead to blocked milk ducts or mastitis and it is for this reason inflexible underwire bras are not recommended. However there are now nursing bras available that have a flexible metal support, similar to an underwire, designed to flex and change position with your changing shape. These are less likely to cause problems."
Excerpt from the NHS in the UK on mastitis:
"It is thought that most cases of non-infectious mastitis are caused by milk stasis. Milk stasis occurs when the milk is not properly removed from your breast... Milk stasis can be caused by pressure on your breast, for example, from tight-fitting clothing, an over-restrictive bra or sleeping on your front. Milk stasis can lead to blocked milk ducts in your breasts because the breast milk is not being properly and regularly expressed (encouraged to flow out of your breasts). Experts are still unsure why breast milk can cause the breast tissue to become inflamed (red and swollen)"