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When I went back, desperate, to my surgeon, he shrugged. It took me years to perfect fit, cull feedback from women like you, try my bras on women across the country and then go back and make them better.
Wednesday September 23, 2015 Following her double mastectomy, South Philly’s Dana Donofree created a lingerie business which she named Ana Ono to help other cancer survivors feel sexy again.
Donofree is one of 10 finalists in the Intuit Quick Books’ Small Business Big Game competition.
Ana Ono, which creates tailored intimate and lifestyle collections for women who have undergone breast reconstructive surgery.
If you're quite petite on top (take note if you're usually a size 8 or below in tight tops), chances are you might be a 30 or 28 band, which you won't find stocked in most underwear shops.
For these factors, the overall scientific evidence suggests they aren’t linked to the disease.
Here, Dana Donofree in her studio with one of her creations she named Alejandra.
"We recommend you have a bra fitting at least every 6 months just to ensure you haven't changed size," says Suzanne Pentland from b.tempt'd.I also elected to have implant breast reconstruction because even though I knew I wasn’t going to get my old breasts back, I wanted to be able to dress like the fashion designer I was and be able to fill out a stylish top like I did before cancer. What I didn’t realize is after breast reconstruction, I could no longer wear my old bras. I would not have sexy time in a breath-stifling sports bra.After every attempt from try-ons running the gamut of Nordstrom to small boutiques, surgical shops to mastectomy stores, and trying hundreds of different Google searches, nothing worked for me, and every single one of those attempts left me in tears. I would not be comfortable in a shifting cami under my sleek button down top (not to mention the shelf bra was causing my incision pain to flare up by 10 a.m. It was a nightmare to get dressed, and I would cringe thinking about it as I went to bed each night and arose each morning. A few years ago, out of necessity, I started Ana Ono, the only line on the market today that was created exclusively for women who’ve had breast reconstruction.So, we gathered three bra experts who specialise in the small boobs department to give us a few pointers on how to find the best fit.