Tess Holliday's Sexy Breastfeeding Photo Nails the 1 Big Problem With Nursing Bras

Tess Holliday

Leave it to this outspoken model to point out something most of us have been thinking for years. Breastfeeding mom and model Tess Holliday wants to know why "supportive and cute" nursing bra options for plus-size moms don't exist. 


She has a point, right? Just the term "nursing bra" is kind of synonymous with frumpy, lackluster, style-less, uni-boob sort of garments no fashion-forward mom relishes wearing.

Never one to sacrifice her own personal style, Holliday, who welcomed son Bowie Juniper in June, created her own stunning work-around with a purple Torrid push-up bra. Pretty and perfect, right?

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Seriously, just because you've got a baby attached to you, that doesn't mean you have to be trapped in a flesh-toned, shapeless bra, right?

After Cosmopolitan commended the model's empowering breastfeeding photo, Tess took to Facebook to reveal that she may just create her own line. Necessity is the mother of invention, after all! Dozens of comments poured in urging the mom of two to pursue the idea. 


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Holliday, who also has a 10-year-old son, Rylee, probably was hoping that styles would have changed over the past decade, but, sadly, that wasn't the case. So she had to take matters into her own hands. 

Let's hope the hot mama follows through and releases a collection of cute and fashionable nursing bras, and, heck, maybe even maternity wear, for plus-size moms. Wouldn't it be fun to think that baby Bowie inspired a second career for his mom? 


Image via Simon Earl / Splash News

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