Xpanda Bra, a maternity and nursing bra developed with adjustable cups, will be available in a new colourway this month.
The bra, designed to adapt to fluctuations in a woman’s breast size during pregnancy and nursing, will be launched in nude next week.
The new colourway will sit alongside Xpanda Bras’ black and white versions, which feature coral and turquoise bows.
Xpanda Bra, launched in 2012, features two sets of hooks and eyes sewn on each cradle, enabling the wearer to adjust the cups by two sizes (see picture above).
The wireless garment is also made with extra hook and eye fasteners on the underband to accommodate to the consumer’s changing body size.
The new concept is the brainchild of Xpanda Bra managing director Declan McDonnell.
“This bra came from my experience working for one of the largest UK manufactures that made bras for M&S in the 90s,” he said.
“With my wife’s dissatisfaction of maternity nursing bras on the market that did not accommodate the fluctuating breast whilst giving great support at the same time, I used my experience and came up with the new Xpanda Bra concept.”