We come in all different shapes and sizes — breasts included. We should celebrate breast diversity, whether or not you identify as a woman. But if you are curious about your breast type for bra buying purposes, we are here for you.
After a breast augmentation, breast lift, or breast reduction, the way you shop for bras will change. You will no longer be able to wear traditional underwire bras, but you aren’t limited to only sports bras. You deserve to feel comfortable and supported while you heal. Read on to see the benefits to a post op bra and get advice for choosing the correctpost op breast augmentation brafor you.
What to do after a stage 2 breast cancer diagnosis. Meet AnaOno agent, Bianca Muñiz aka @biancamunizofficial. Bianca is a cancer advocate and super talented musician who loves captivating the unspoken through music. She modeled in our 2019 Sport Launch shoot and has been an AnaOno supporter from the beginning!
At AnaOno, we aim to make the lives of everyone going through a mastectomy as easy as possible, so we designed a collection of loungewear with a game-changing feature: The Drain Belt. Read along and learn how this one revolutionary design feature will change the way you heal from your mastectomy.
You are not to blame for your poor grasp of what it is to say, but it's essential to make an effort to connect with people and reach out when someone is diagnosed with cancer. There are no specific guidelines or rule books; however, here are six things you can say to someone with cancer.
It's 2021, and "normal" bodies are so in — including saggy breasts. Our breasts were not made to defy gravity, so it's only natural that they start to droop as we age. And while it can be difficult to distinguish society's norms from actual normalcy, it's important to remember that regardless of where our breasts sit on our chest, we are beautiful.
Learn more about AnaOno's best bras for breast implants. For many of us, the best part of the day is unclasping, unzipping, or unsnapping our bras. There's truly nothing quite as freeing as releasing our breasts from a bra!
It’s possible to get your sexy back after the terrifying shock of your initial breast cancer diagnosis. After the mind bending chemo. After the body altering surgeries. The hair loss. The scars. Cancer can screw with us on many levels, but it can’t steal our femininity. The very essence that makes us women. Not if I have anything to do with it.
Surgery can leave nipples in new spots, pointing in different directions, oroverall, just more noticeable than before.After surgery, you may want something to protect and smooth out your nipples. All our bras are pocketed, and most come with removable modesty pads. Modesty pads can be great to achieve symmetry, hide nipples, and provide a little extra padding.
There’s no denying that mastectomy tattoos can be both beautiful, inspiring and badass. For many people affected by breast cancer, it’s the last step in the mastectomy and breast reconstruction journey that symbolizes rebirth and empowers them to move into the next chapter of their lives. By adorning their bodies in a highly personal design, these individuals are taking back their power.