Sophie Nursing Bra 5821
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5 Star Review Size: 34H

Excellent nursing bra: comfortable, attractive. Very happy with it. Elizabeth from Lisbon, Portugal
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: April 14,2014
5 Star Review Size: 30H

fits, is cute, and its functional! TheUndies.com from
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: Teen
  • Posted: April 6,2014
3 Star Review Size: 34GG

This is a very pretty bra, not the most comfortable but supportive enough for me. Actual cup was a little smaller than I expected and seams show through everything. B from Birmingham, AL
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: July 9,2013
5 Star Review Size: 34H

It actually comes in my size! TheUndies.com from
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: Teen
  • Posted: May 7,2013
1 Star Review Size: 34GG

Sagged horribly. Caused a uni-boob look. The fabric was way too thin for a nursing mom.

Panache Response: Thank you for your feedback! We are disappointed to hear that you weren’t pleased with your purchase. Our nursing bra is designed without a wire for extra comfort for the nursing mom. Due to the lack of wire, the uplift and separation is not the same when compared to our other styles with the wires, but it’s still an uplifting, comfortable and very pretty option. I would maybe suggest going up a cup and see if the fit improves. We have heard that it tends to run smaller in the cup. Bekah from Pennsylvania

  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: April 13,2013
4 Star Review Size: 40H

Comfortable bra and pretty. For a H cup I would say it needs more support but then again it's not underwire. ST from Everett,WA
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: March 1,2013
2 Star Review Size: 40FF

The cup size 40FF ran small for me! Like 2 cup sizes to small! Sun from WA
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: January 24,2013
4 Star Review Size: 32F

I like this nursing bra better than others I have tried. It is still a wireless nursing bra, so it doesn't fit as well as a wired bra. In particular, the front is very high, showing even above the neckline of my camisoles, and it doesn't lay flat between my breasts. But the bra is fairly supportive, the band is accurately sized, and the fabric of the cups fits well, with enough give to lay flat whether I'm engorged or empty. The lace is also prettier than the typical ugly utilitarian nursing bras. I found the size to be accurate, although I find that bras fit me better when they are narrower in the front and worn on the loosest hook, then moved in as they stretch out, so if you prefer your band looser or have wider-spaced breasts, you might want to size up. C from Chicago
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: October 26,2012
1 Star Review Size: 40FF

I purchased this after reading some other comments. I liked the look but when i tried it on i was very dissatisfied with how high the middle goes. Most of my clothes has a low neck line and this bra can be seen in front above all my shirts. Janelle from Tucson az
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: September 18,2012
3 Star Review Size: 38G

This item clearly runs small. While it is a pretty bra, it did not even remotely fit. Either order 1-2cup sizes larger, or order several & plan to return the one(s) that doesn't (don't) fit. nursingmom from PA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: June 5,2012
5 Star Review Size: 34DD

This is my favorite nursing bra. I just ordered the other nursing bra that Panache makes because I love this one so much. It is really pretty and very supportive without having underwires. The fit is flattering and although I wouldn't say it runs small, it does fit snugly. The part that remains around your breast when you take the cup down is flesh colored, so it draws less attention that some of the other dark bras that have a dark strap around your breast. It's also pretty easy to do and undo the hook with one hand. M from Brooklyn
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: May 29,2012
4 Star Review Size: 34FF

I loved this bra right when I put it on. After wearing it for a while, my breasts seemed to move inward and down. Not a good look! I'm not sure if I sized myself wrong or if its just the fit of the bra on my body. Either way, I have come to the conclusion that I need underwire. Otherwise, this is a very pretty bra and it is very well made. Jenny from PA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: April 17,2012
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Panache 5821

 
Tomima's Tip Tomima's Tip
"This nursing bra is running a little small in the back and cups. So, consider going up a band and cup size. For example, go from a 34D to a 36D."
 
Designed for the full-busted and full-figure nursing mother who prefers wireless light support, this nursing bra features nude 3-part cups covered with a beautiful black lace overlay for vintage romance. One-handed plastic nursing clasps for convenience. Helps a new mom feel sexy while giving her the functionality and support she needs.
  • Multi-part, wireless lace cups are lined and support and shape the breasts.
  • Seamed cups offer maximum support.
  • Cups feature full support slings for nursing ease.
  • Plastic nursing clasps may be opened and closed with one hand for convenience.
  • Bra is built on a base with an elastic underband for superior support.
  • Champagne-colored satin bow accent at center panel adds visual interest.
  • Curved leotard back places straps closer together to discourage slipping.
  • Elastic shoulder straps adjust in the back with same-color metal hardware.
  • Multi-option hook and eye closure in back accommodates your changing figure as you gain or lose weight.
  • Nursing/Maternity Bra Basics: What's the difference between a maternity bra and a nursing bra? When should you buy these bras? Tomima answers your questions and provides special tips on how, when and why to buy nursing/maternity bras.
  • Please Note: Measure yourself just 3 weeks before your due date to find your optimal nursing bra size.

HerRoom Fitter's Comments:

  • 3-part, lined, wireless cups feature full support slings along bottom and sides and are free of padding.
  • Center front is 3-1/2" tall with bow accent.
  • Side seams are 3-3/4" tall.
  • Elastic straps are 5/8" wide and adjust in the back with metal hardware.
  • Nursing clasps of plastic hardware.
  • Leotard back.
  • Hook count (3 columns):
    2-hook = Cup sizes D-G
    3-hook = Cup sizes GG-J

Fabric Info:

38% polyester, 30% nylon, 16% cotton, 10% viscose, 6% elastane
Country of origin: Imported
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