- The Astrid Jersey Bralette is often eligible for Insurance Coverage
- Easy to step into for ultimate comfort during recovery
- Thin, adjustable straps to avoid port placement and scarring sites
- Internal pockets for pads or prosthetics
- Breathable fabric helps keep body cool
- Lower armholes to avoid lymph areas
- Wider bottom band to avoid incision sites and nerve damage
- Made with love in California
Cotton / Certified TENCEL™ Modal / Spandex
Our collection is designed to be delicate. Please hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry.
Can women who have not had surgery or breast cancer wear this bra?
Yes! Our garments are made for all women. If you haven’t had breast cancer, this bra is simply an ultra-soft, well-fitting and supportive bralette made with natural, sustainable fabric. It is also great for light exercise.
How do I wash this product?
Our garments are made to be delicate. Please wash in cold water and hang to dry.
Can this bra hold prosthetics?
All of our bras have pockets for prosthetics and pads, and they come with a complimentary pair of thin shaper pads.
What is your return policy?
We accept unworn products in perfect condition within 30 days of purchase. We are also happy to exchange items for a different size within this time period. Refer to our full return and exchange policy here.
I have been fitted and ordered numerous mastectomy bra's, some were better than others but never a real favorite, more a necessity. I like the simple aspect of this style mastectomy bra the best of all I have tried. Its a tough call for me as I could definitely be a happy "flattie" if I had been fortunate enough to have a double mastectomy. But at least with this style, I feel pretty normal. Not sure how much support it would give a woman with large breasts.
In May I had a bi-lateral mastectomy w/out reconstruction. I ordered this bra prior to surgery and after the drains were removed (after a week) I was able to comfortably wear this bra as I transitioned from the surgical bra. I didn't rub or pull or pinch my suture line or rid up uncomfortably. I like the thin pads because they help give a little extra support for the healing.