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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Mastectomy Bras

One category that isn’t discussed nearly enough in the lingerie industry is post-surgery and mastectomy bras. Yet, while you may not hear about them often, great innovations and beautiful designs are being created all the time.

At HerRoom, my team of expert buyers is dedicated to supporting post-surgery breast cancer patients and survivors by seeking out the most elegant, functional, and comfortable bra options on the market.

After undergoing a mastectomy, it may seem like your bra selection has suddenly been whittled down to almost nothing. On the contrary, brands like Amoena and Anita have a variety of bras to choose from, including both everyday and fashion styles.

While you need different bra styles for certain outfits, other mastectomy bras are an important part of your journey to a full recovery. For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I’ve decided to round up some of the most fashion-forward post-surgery bras HerRoom has to offer.

1. The Compression Recovery Bra

While you’re recovering from surgery, you’ll need a compression bra. Compression is necessary to help with blood flow and prevent fluid build-up. This bra provides comfortable compression and is soft enough that it can be worn during the day and to bed.

Annette WL10BR


Close compression hold in front

Wireless, unpadded and molded stretch cups

Deep-V neckline

Hook-and-eye front closure

Tall, smoothing sides

2. The Leisure Bra

Every woman needs a good bra for R&R time. Perfect for sleep or a casual night in, this leisure bra gives you just the right amount of comfort and support you need.

Amoena 44409


Extra soft microfiber body

Stretch fit

Wireless, seamless cups lined with pocket for removable padding (included)

U-shaped back with lace trim

Pullover styling

3. The Front Closure Wireless Bra

Front closure bras are popular because they’re convenient to put on and take off. This particular bra also creates a natural shape and is comfortable for leisure and all-day wear. While it is made for post-surgical purposes, many women wear it for comfort.

Anita 5322X


Wireless, seamless cups

Front hook-and-eye closure

Pockets for optional breast forms

Wide underband supports and prevents slippage

Tall smoothing sides

Padded straps for optimum comfort

4. The Lace Bralette

Just because you’ve had surgery doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy wearing a light, lacy bralette. Boost your confidence and your comfort with this comfortable and feminine lace bra.

Amoena 44537


Full coverage


Lining with pockets for optional breast forms

5. The Sexy Bra

This bra isn’t what most women expect a mastectomy bra to look like. While it’s soft and supportive for everyday wear, it also has some sexy and eye-catching detail!

Amoena 44537


Seamed wireless cups

Pockets for post mastectomy breast forms or removable padding


Embroidered stretch lace

U-Back leotard back design

Soft cotton lining

6. The Patterned Multi-Part Bra

If you want to add some cute embellishments and patterns to your bra wardrobe, look no further than this intricately detailed bra.

Amoena Bailey Wirefree Bra

Amoena 44497


Faded snakeskin print microfiber

Lightweight stretch fit

Pockets inside cups for prostheses or padding

7. The Sports Bra

A gentle exercise routine is not only good for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but it can also be a big help during your post-surgery recovery. This mastectomy sports bra will provide the comfort and support you need to stay active.

Anita 5300X


Soft, breathable and quick-drying fabric

Medium impact

Wireless cups

Supportive elastic underband

Lined cups with pockets for optional breast forms or removable padding

Wide comfort straps



Anita 1056X2

Anita 1086X

Amoena Delta Full Solid Light Weight Breast Form

Amoena 442


Find all mastectomy bras available at HerRoom here.

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