Hotmilk delivers some of the best maternity bras available. We cater for women looking for stunning lingerie with their collection of beautiful soft cup bras for during your pregnancy. All of Hotmilk's nursing bras can also be worn while pregnant, but this collection is specifically tailored to women wanting a maternity bra, or for women who are not pregnant and just love our lingerie!
When is a maternity bra necessary?
We love to shop – any excuse is a good one right?! But on a serious note your body will start to change and adjust to welcoming your cute buddle.
Maternity bras are recommended to be worn from the time you notice any changes in your breasts which can be as early as 6-12weeks, or as late as 32 weeks.
The comfort and support that your Hotmilk Maternity Bra will give you, will allow you to feel fabulous and supported while your body changes through this amazing time.
Why a maternity bra?
Maternity bras come with added features making your life easier and you more comfortable whilst still feeling like the sexy woman you are (Hotmilk is all about that!). Our bras come with non-underwire or flexi-wire, allowing your bra to move as your fabulous body does. This helps during pregnancy as you make more room for your precious cargo and afterwards while breastfeeding.
Hotmilk maternity bra’s come with six hooks at the back allowing you to extend the bra out when you need to, or bring it in closer ensuring the right fit and support.
What is my bra size?
It’s great to get measured, as your body is changing or you can measure yourself.
Measure your underbust – measure directly under your bust, check in your mirror that the tape measure is flat across your back. Make sure the tape is firm when you measure and when we mean firm we mean tight! Not so much it cuts in but as tight as you can, without cutting in. Then refer to the chart below for your body or band size e.g. 30”. You’re halfway there!
Measure your bust/cup size – Find the fullest part of your bust and pop the tape measure around ensuring that the tape measure is again level and straight. Do not measure this firmly! Keep this comfy and a little loose (smile, you look hot today!). Refer to the chart below to find your cup size e.g. 37”.