Padded Bras for Mastectomy Survivors

March 11, 2020

Padded Bras for Mastectomy Survivors

There are many benefits to padded bras, including providing a little extra support and keeping nipples from showing through. For those of us who have been through breast cancer surgery, padded bras can help provide shape, even out your silhouette, and give your bust a fuller look. 

At AnaOno, we've created padded bras that are perfect for wearing during mastectomy recovery and beyond. Each of these also comes with built-in pockets for mastectomy bra inserts like expanders, prostheses and lightweight breast forms.

Monica Full-Coverage Bra

The Monica is your new full-coverage best friend. It's a favorite among breast cancer thrivers and survivors who have had single or double mastectomies. With wire free cups, incredibly soft fabric and a modest neckline, this bra will have you feeling comfortable and covered every time you wear it. 

This padded bra also has adjustable and reversible straps for a customizable fit and style. You can have a traditional strap fit or a flirty cross-back depending on your mood and outfit of the day. 

Support is an essential function of any good bra, and the Monica's got you covered on that end. A wide back bridge makes it extra supportive across your back and underarms. It's sure to become your new favorite bra.

Bianca Front-Closure Bra

Wearing bras after a mastectomy can be hard, especially during recovery. The Bianca has an easy-release front-closure to help make your days a little easier when you're experiencing limited mobility. 

In addition to being extremely supportive, this amazing padded mastectomy bra is both beautiful and comfortable. Adjustable straps and a smooth material make this one bra you won't ever want to take off. The cross-back strap design and large mesh give the Bianca a sexy look that delivers the confidence you deserve. 

Melissa Racerback Front-Closure Bra

The Melissa racerback front-closure Bra is another great front-opening padded mastectomy bra. It combines the convenience and ease of a front closure with the sexiness of a plunging neckline. This ultra-soft racerback bra will have you rocking all your favorite low-cut tops.

The deep neckline of this bra isn't the only thing that makes it beautiful. It also has flirty thin racerback straps and a super cute lace detailing. The Racerback front-closure bra will make you feel sexy and confident and can be worn under all your favorite shirts and dresses.

Molly Pocketed Plunge Bra 

Finding beautiful padded mastectomy bras can seem like a daunting task, but we've got your back with the Molly. With a deep-cut neckline and feminine style, this beautiful bra is perfect for wearing under all your most beloved t-shirts. Hello, V-necks!

Seamless, wire free and padded cups give your breasts a smooth, balanced look beneath shirts and dresses. The extra soft material is gentle against your skin, making this bra ideal for recovery and beyond. 

Bras for all Breast Cancer Surgeries

While these bras are ideal for mastectomy survivors, they're also great if you have had any other breast surgery. Check out our entire selection of breast surgery bras to find the right one for you.

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