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Plunge Bras For Big Busts After Surgery

August 15, 2019

Plunge Bras For Big Busts After Surgery

We know that undergoing a mastectomy and reconstructive surgery was extremely difficult. Not only did it push you to your physical, mental and emotional limits, but it also challenged your wardrobe limits. After all, there are only so many different cute outfits you can wear with a  post-surgical, front closing bra (no offense, Rora Bra!)   

Now that you are FINALLY able to wear a bra that accentuates your fuller foobs, you may be on the hunt for something that will support your size while keeping you extremely comfy and sexy all day long. No matter if you are new to big foobs, or are a reconstructed busty veteran,  we have bras that will not only complement your fuller foobs, but will keep them cozy too.  

Softest Bra For Large Breasts    

It can be hard to find a good plunge bra after your breast surgery that fits your new foobs while still comforting your sensitive surgical areas. But fantastic plunge bras that are suited for your needs do exist, and your new all-time favorite is: The Molly Bra. While typical supportive non-plunge bras tend to expose themselves at inopportune times, like when you’re in the middle of an important client meeting, or at dinner with your in-laws, The Molly Bra was designed to support your girls while staying *perfectly* out of view.  

Sexy plunge bra for large bust 

Anna from @mycancerchic, rocking the Molly Bra with her baby bump. Photo courtesy of Anna Crollman

Fun, flirty and feminine, this plunge style will not only make you feel super sexy, but will fit perfectly under your favorite v-neck tops all while making your foobs feel like they’re floating on air. The modal fabric is breathable and silky, so it will keep your post-surgical sites and scars comforted throughout the day.  

The wirefree, pocketed bra cups easily fits expanders, lightweight prosthesis or breast forms if desired, while the adjustable straps, 4-hook back closure and removable modesty pads provide unbeatable support, all while looking fresh, feminine and effortlessly pretty.  

We love Molly because it’s even comfortable 24 hours into wearing it. Versatile enough to wear to work, out to drinks and to sleep, this style is the epitome of fashion meets function.  

Choosing a plunge bra for big foobs can be tricky, but we’ve got your back (and your front) no matter what kind of surgery you’ve had, or how big of implants you decided on.  





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