Trulife Softcup Mastectomy Bra - Irene Classic Full Support 190
Trulife Softcup Mastectomy Bra - Irene Classic Full Support 190

Trulife Softcup Mastectomy Bra - Irene Classic Full Support 190

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Trulife 190 Irene Classic Full Support Softcup Mastectomy Bra has non-stretch reinforced side panels that help to contain tissue for an exceptionally smooth shape. It features a scalloped lace that overlays the upper cups. This beautiful classic lace accented and full support soft cup bra provides a great fit.

5 Reasons to Buy Trulife Irene Classic Bra

  1. Full support Soft cup
  2. Pocketed Bra
  3. Controls moisture
  4. Comfortable and breathable
  5. Non-stretch side panels

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Item# 190

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  • Cup Size
  • Total: $80.55
    Total: $50
Total: $80.55
Total: $50

Why Choose Irene 190 Mastectomy Bra?

  • The non-stretch reinforced side panels help to contain tissue for an exceptionally smooth shape
  • Two-way stretch powernet fabric for unparalleled support
  • It fits average to full figure
  • Comfortable and breathable, moisture-wicking Coolmax pockets
  • Beautiful classic lace accented and full support soft cup mastectomy bra provides a great fit Wide, back-adjusting elastic straps distribute pressure on the shoulders
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Good Fitting Bra

The true definition of a good fit is really about support as well as comfort. A properly fitted bra will not ride up at the back. The straps will not fall off the shoulders; the breast or breast form and prothesis will fit right in the cup without any bulging or looseness, and the centre of the front will sit on or very close to the breastbone.

The support in the bra should come from the bottom band, so the elastic band should not roll up or dig into the ribcage. The comfort level will be determined by the style of the bra, the seaming, as well as the fabrics used. Both the support and comfort level will change from woman to woman.

Good Fitting Bra

How to Measure Right Size Bra?

To determine the size of the band, your ribcage circumference measurement is taken while you are wearing a bra, with a few inches added for comfort.

  1. So lets say that your ribcage measures 36". Your perfect fitting bra could be anywhere from size 36 to 40.

  2. The other element that makes up sizing is a letter that represents cup size.
    • The measurement of the fullest part of your breast is taken and then deducted from the ribcage circumference.
    • The resulting difference is your cup size.
    • If the difference is 1", your cup size is probably an A.
    • The difference is 3" Probably a C then.

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Irene 190 Soft Cup Bra Size Chart

A34" to 38" (75cm to 85cm)
B34" to 42" (75cm to 95cm)
C34" to 46" (75cm to 105cm)
D34" to 48" (75cm to 110cm)
DD36" to 46" (80cm to 105cm)

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Questions & Answers

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36 " under bust 43 " around fullest part of breast.. what size do I need to wear.. I am 78  and what a full cup for natural breast and support. thanks
joan - 10/24/2016 1:20:26 PM
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Every woman is designed differently. It's best to be fitted by a certified mastectomy fitter before you purchase your post-mastectomy bra. The fitter will consult with you to determine if a seamless molded cup works better than a soft cup bra. Regardless of how much you think you know about bras, it's always best to see how it fits on you. When choosing a bra you want to consider three things: comfort, confidence, and ease of wear.
How to Measure: 
 While wearing a bra: Measure around the torso just under the arms and under the breasts. If necessary, round up to an even number to calculate your band size. Measure around the fullest part of the bust line. Deduct the calculated band size. Each 1" difference equals a cup size. (1" inch or less is an A cup, a 2" difference is a B cup and so on.) If the band size is 40" or greater add 3 1/2" for a more precise fit,rounding up to an even number.
Customer care - 10/25/2016 2:38:33 AM
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