Where to shop for comfy bras post re-construction

DCPDCP Member Posts: 15
Just curious to see where people go for bras after having reconstruction? Im keen to get out of this zip up post surgery bra, but love the wide band that goes around my back to smooth out any bumps.
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  • CosetteCosette Member Posts: 655
    Hi @DCP, here are a couple of conversations that might help:

    Night time bra?
    Post Op Bra?
  • nikkidnikkid Member Posts: 692
    KMart has some great ones and cheap (2 for $15 if I recall correectly); and then for something a bit more gorgeous try Bras Without Wires https://braswithoutwires.com/?gclid=CjwKEAjwvYPKBRCYr5GLgNCJ_jsSJABqwfw7yQZ0YZiatCHVjLx6tufO-DJzy01N2KU3WztG8TTF8RoCsInw_wcB
  • melclaritymelclarity Member Posts: 2,346
    @DCP

    These are like a crop perfect for recovery and night time, Im still wearing one to bed months after surgery, I just took out the padded part, slips out the top. :D Melinda
    2 Pack Wirefree Seamfree Padded Crop Bras

    2 Pack Wirefree Seamfree Padded Crop Bras

    $15.00

    Colour


  • sandramjsandramj Worongary, Gold Coast, QldMember Posts: 109
    Target have he post surgery bras for ?$20  I am still wearing presently. I had surgery on 1 April, but not wanting to buy more NO UNDERWIRE bras yet - I am hoping I can go back to them at the end of this treatment time.  They are comfy to wear for treatment and I wear others to bed of a night.  TARGET BRANDS



    R Bra or crop type for night.


  • DCPDCP Member Posts: 15
    Awesome thanks so much for all the suggestions! Im going to check them out online now x
  • KimWKimW North Balwyn, VICMember Posts: 76
    Hi there,

    Best and less stock a huge range of very comfortable crop tops with removable padded inserts that you could easily insert a prothesis 
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