I am really excited about the new Spring collection from HOTmilk, of which I am taking delivery in Early February.
First up – the nightwear – looking for something glamorous to pack in your hospital bag? Then we suggest the cotton camisole with drop-cup for discreet feeding. The fashion forward gathered floaty look defies the power fabric support.
The matching long PJ pants are perfect for a hospital stay – a Valentine’s gift perhaps? Made from deliciously crisp 100% cotton, the mineral blue and cloudburst hem add a flattering splash of colour – to your night, or your day!
HOTmilk’s Ever After theme has an enchanted forest setting to promote a powerful and provocative lingerie collection. Recall your favourite fairytale heroine and empower her! The HOTmilk woman is sexy, strong and scintillating. She is at her most feminine, she bewitches and beguiles.
We have selected two of the lingerie sets for you to try:
‘Radiant In Her Rescue’ - exquisite fabrics and styling. Perfect for pregnancy and beyond. A sumptuous apricot floral print on the cup is beautifully offset by delicate ivory gardenia lace.
‘Tamed By Her Sensuality’ – striking, sexy full cup bra is befitting of every new mother’s wardrobe of seduction – stunning, strong and sophisticated. Jet black lace and microfibre decadently lined with deep purple cotton, giving richness and depth.
Both collections feature a bra in size 34 – 38 C – FF, with power support sides and A frame design to ensure fantastic support and one-handed drop cup clips for ease of feeding. Matching g-string, brief or French knickers complete the look.
New Zealand based HOTmilk founders Lisa Ebbing and Ange Crosbie are both young mothers who believe intensely in their product. ‘Beige, bland and boring‘ was once the offering for the maternity and nursing market – but not anymore.
‘Our mission is to make women feel fabulous when they most need to,’ says Lisa Ebbing. ‘Being pregnant is a time to celebrate; it is one of the most feminine times in your life so pregnancy and nursing lingerie needs to reflect that.‘
(Quotes from an interview by Kate Pope, Lingerie Buyer Magazine Jan 2010)