Write your own review Panache Sophie Nursing Bra Black/Nude
Joanne-Marie Fowler, 25/10/2015 09:09
This bra, and in fact any nursing bra I've tried is really not for me. The straps are too long to be adjusted for my high bust so the bra provides no support at all, plus the fabric is too soft and stretchy to take my bust's weight. There is also insufficient division between the breasts so some of the larger one ends up migrating into the cup with the smaller one in it! The bra also seems to keep too much tissue under the arm, which is uncomfortable unless I keep my arms away from my sides when walking. I also find my bust too sensitive currently to wear a bra that isn't padded. I have gone back to my normal bra in a larger size and adapted it using a nursing bra converter kit.
This is a very pretty bra though and using cotton is helpful
Geneva, 20/09/2015 01:03
I absolutely love this bra. Over the years I've bought about 7 of them from different places. My most recent purchase of this one I noticed they seemed to have reinforced the fabric near the top, the band feels sturdier and the comfort of it all around is better.
It's true to fit- excellent support for a bra without wires which is a major bonus in my books especially when you're a 36 J.
ruth copleston, 24/08/2015 09:59
Found this to be very supportive and gave quite a nice shape for a bra without underwiring or padding.
Candice, 06/07/2015 05:33
These bras come up quite big I'm the back and they stretch out after wearing them for a few hours. I find that they fit well when I first put them on, but by mid afternoon the back is halfway up between my shoulder blades and the shape has totally gone at the front. I'm a 36j.
Eleanor Molloy, 18/01/2015 00:21
Love this bra - but I find it comes slightly smaller than the pink and white.
It's pretty, and comfortable and easy to release and fasten with one hand.
I find it gives me a good shape and lift and it's great all day.
Sophelia, 03/01/2015 08:55
Although this bra is pretty and supportive, the under-bust band is really narrow. The heavy weight of full breasts means that it really cuts in, and even when I use an extender to make it so lose that I start to lose support I end up with deep red welts under both breasts.
Christine, 13/07/2014 17:03
My first experience of a maternity bra; full disclosure, haven't had baby yet so am reviewing purely on comfort/fit as opposed to practicality. At a 36J I was concerned about support; I normally wear Freya full scaffolding bras. No need; my breasts were held as high as my normal bra and this bra was high enough at the sides that there was no spillage. No separation though, which meant a cleavage all the time and I had to use antiperspirant between boobs; guessing this is pretty standard with nursing bras. Non-frumpy, unlike almost every other I have seen, good wide band and straps. Not a bad introduction!