From cute and comfy to chic and classy, these accessible, adaptive clothing options for your cancer journey are sure to be stylish staples.
These organizations offer free-of-charge pampering services to help patients feel beautiful when cancer treatments have them feeling their worst.
The adaptive clothing brand AnaOno Intimates designs lingerie and loungewear for every body.
AnaOno Intimates, a lingerie brand designed for people affected by breast cancer, hosted their fourth annual fashion show last week in New York City, which featured courageous cancer survivors, thrivers, and supporters wearing fun & fearless fashions.
The team behind Care+Wear, who make adaptive clothing, consider themselves part of a “for-purpose company,” collaborating with nonprofits and fostering a give-back program that buttons every hole in the fashion world.
The global adaptive apparel market will reach $288.7 billion this year. Now, brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, and Zappos have entered the market with fashionable and functionable designs to tap into this emerging trend.
Melissa Berry founded Cancer Fashionista as a fashion and lifestyle resource for women diagnosed with cancer, dispensing fun and friendship for women when they need it most.
Cherry Blossom Intimates provides custom prosthetics and mastectomy bras to the Washington, D.C., cancer community—plus love, compassion, and understanding.
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Megan Sullivan, founder of With Grace B. Bold, designs elegant, fashion-forward garments that are made to help women feel beautiful and comfortable during a difficult time.