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    No.96: What are the most comfortable sleep bras?

    One of the hardest things to find is a good sleep bra, especially following breast cancer surgery. Look no further than our collection at AnaOno. 

    We know that making the transition from bra-free nights to sleep bras isn't easy. That's why we created these bras to be so comfortable and lightweight that you'll enjoy wearing them all day and night. 

    What is a Sleep Bra?

    Sleep bras are, simply put, bras you wear while you sleep. While most people can't wait to take their bra off at the end of the day, sleeping in a bra can give you support and protect your breasts. This is extremely important during breast cancer surgery recovery.

    But not all bras are good for sleeping in. You should look for something comfy, soft and wire free.


    Modal wearing the Leslie Soft Leisure Bra

    Leslie Soft Leisure Bra

    Unbelievable softness is what makes the Lesliean amazing bra to sleep in at night. Made from modal material and mesh, this bra will leave you cozy and supported at bedtime. 

    We created the Leslie with recovery and beyond in mind. It is designed with enough stretch to be stepped into or pulled on overhead, to help make dressing during times of limited mobility easier.


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    Model wearing the Lisa Wrap Front Wire Free Camisole

    Lisa Wrap Front Wire Free Camisole

    Sometimes a sleep bra means a sleep camisole; at least that's the case with our Lisa Wrap Front Wire Free Camisole. This cami combines a soft bra and undershirt into one product, which is perfect for sleeping in. While regular tank tops or sleep shirts will leave you hanging loose, the wrap front and wire free cups of this top will keep you protected and supported where it matters most.

    With super soft fabric and beautiful lace, you can feel sexy and comfortable in this camisole. It's the perfect addition to your lingerie drawer.


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    Model wearing the Monica Full-Coverage Bra

    Monica Full-Coverage Bra

    If you're someone who tosses and turns a lot at night, you might be looking for something with more coverage to wear to bed. The Monicais here to give you all the coverage you need. 

    Adjustable and convertible straps give you a customized fit, so you can be as comfortable as possible in this soft sleep bra. Plus, with a modest neckline and wide back bridge for extra support, you won't have to worry about spilling out as you catch some Zs.


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    Model wearing the Delilah Soft Cup Bra


    Delilah Soft Cup Bra

    The DelilahDream Soft Cup Bra might be the best bra to sleep in. After all, "dream" is right there in its name. 

    This stunning bra is so soft and comfortable you won't even know you're wearing it, which is ideal when it comes to a sleep bra. The delicate lace band, trim and back panel make this bra absolutely beautiful. 

    While it's perfect for sleeping in, its combination of ease and style mean you'll definitely want to wear it during the day, too.

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    Model wearing the Rora Pocketed Front Closure Bra

    Rora Pocketed Front-Closure Bra

    The Rora is a popular choice for those sleeping in bras during recovery. The easy-release front close makes it effortless to get on and off, which is a big win after breast surgery when it's painful to move your arms. 

    Made from modal fabric, this comfortable bra won't irritate sensitive skin during healing or after radiation, and a wide back bridge adds extra support. While wearing the Rora, you can rest easy knowing your breasts are getting the protection and support you need and deserve.


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    Dana Donofree

    Dana Donofree

    Founder and CEO of AnaOno. After a diagnosis of breast cancer in her late 20’s, Dana took her own lived experience and fashion design background and (re)designed intimates for those that have undergone breast surgery. Dana’s story has been published around the world in outlets like New York Times, BBC, Huffington Post, The Today Show, and more.