Amoralia Maternity Lingerie: Stylish, Supportive and Made with Love (Review & Giveaway)

Amoralia LogoDuring pregnancy, as many of you may know, everything stretches and grows. From your ever expending tummy to your wheredidthesecomefrom!? breasts, you shape is ever changing. Luckily for us, though, Amoralia maternity lingerie offers items that support your new curves, making you look and feel beautiful.
Amoralia ModelAmoralia happens to be the brainchild of Jules Fossett, an ex-advertising strategist who was struck by the obvious gap in the market and bewildered by the total lack of stylish maternity lingerie. Although having never been pregnant herself, Jules knows that luxury lingerie is one of those things that can instantly make a woman feel more feminine and sparkling. “Why would pregnant women not feel the same?”

After researching, testing and tweaking, speaking to experienced midwives and dozens of pregnant and breastfeeding women, Amoralia tried to solve the issues that repeatedly came up: invisible nursing clips, pretty straps, breast pad holders, briefs cut to flatter larger bottoms. The result – elegance, innovation and support.
Amoralia Second Skin BraRecently, I was given a first-hand look at the style, comfort and support that is Amoralia when I was sent the Second Skin Maternity Bra in nude to review. The Second Skin Maternity Bra is an everyday microfiber bra that is so comfortable, you won’t even feel you are wearing it! Its cross-over design allows for a lower center in the front while still being supportive. The Second Skin Bra features four rows of hook & eye closures to ensure longer-lasting wear and also comes with built-in breast pad holders.

When feeling the silky, soft microfiber material for the first time, I knew the Second Skin Maternity Bra from Amoralia was going to feel great on. Not only are the cups, sides and back of the bra made of the soft, stretchy fabric, but the straps are, too! I love that this bra comes with removable pads and a low cut center, which makes it great to wear under sundresses and summer tops. Also, I love the fact that the Second Skin bra comes with extra hooks, breast pad holders and a nursing friendly design because that makes it wearable from pregnancy and beyond!

Buy It: The Second Skin Maternity Bra can be purchased at for £29.00 (or $53)

Giveaway Giveaway

Amoralia Nougatine Bra

One lucky reader will win a Ivory/Gold Satin and Lace Nougatine Maternity Bra from Amoralia! (A $56 Value!)

*This giveaway is now closed.*

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Giveaway will end on April 15th at 11:59pm ET. The winner will be chosen by and announced here as well as emailed. The winner will have 48 hours to contact me or a new winner will be chosen. Giveaway open to everyone!

A big thank you to Amoralia for this review and giveaway opportunity!

This review is based strictly my opinion. Others may have a different opinion or experience with the product listed above. I was provided with the maternity bra free of charge and I provided my honest opinion. No other type compensation was received for this review.


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