This Brand Makes Boob Inclusive Bras for Every Type of Body

Updated: Jun. 06, 2023

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Not every bra is one-size-fits-all—nor should it be. Our bodies go through so much, it makes sense to have intimates that reflect that. AnaOno bras were designed to give people of all shapes, needs and abilities the opportunity to have stylish, functional and confidence-inducing bras. “Chest inclusivity” isn’t a common term in fashion, but after pregnancy, medical diagnoses and natural aging, the AnaOno bra collection is a wardrobe staple for every body type.

What are AnaOno bras?  

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AnaOno began when its founder, having gone through breast surgery, couldn’t find a bra that worked for her unique chest. Now, the brand creates medical and specialty intimates for all chest sizes and shapes, whether you’ve undergone a mastectomy or just have an uneven bust.

The bras use high-quality fabrics made from sustainably-sourced fibers. Soft modal materials and stretchy lace replace wires and padding to create pieces that allow for movement and conformity. The brand ensures sustainability by planting a new beech tree for each one used to make its modal fabric. 

If you’re unsure of your bra size, you can take a 10-question quiz to find your perfect fit. The brand also provides a comprehensive sizing chart. It focuses more on “chest type” rather than specific sizes because the bras are designed to accommodate various chest shapes, with or without breasts. Most bras are available up to size DD or 3XL, offering inclusivity for plus-size individuals.

Why are AnaOno bras so beneficial?  

These aren’t your average T-shirt bras. Each one has a specific purpose for a specific body type and need. While some work for more than one, the brand caters to women who’ve had mastectomies, lumpectomies, implants or flap reconstruction. Women with natural, flat and unilateral breasts also have options. You’ll find bras and bralettes, breast forms, loungewear, underwear and apparel. The best part? They won’t break the bank—every bra costs less than $60! Here are some of our favorites.

The Niya Pullover Lounge Bra is radiation-friendly thanks to an irritation-free design. Pocketed cups accommodate modesty pads, prostheses or lightweight breast forms. The Delilah Soft Cup Bra has more feminine touches like lace and a plunging neckline. It’s ideal for everyday wear, but also works as a post-surgery bra.  

Women appreciate the front closure and secure construction of the Rora Pocketed Bra. It’s one of the brand’s best post-mastectomy bras. The Gloria Soft Lace Bralette has stretchy lace, lined cups and a customizable fit that’s perfect for after a reconstruction or lumpectomy. These styles and more are all eligible for insurance coverage (check with your provider to see what’s covered). 

Multiple colors are available for many of the AnaOno bras. Choose from black, beige, white, or pink to match your personal style. Although the brand doesn’t carry strapless bras, they offer breast inserts that complement the bras.

The best user reviews 

“After 10 years of never being comfortable in a bra I have finally found the one,” writes Nancy H. about the Gloria Pocketed Bra. “I had a bilateral mastectomy with DIEP Flap reconstruction after chemo and radiation. The radiated side is ‘longer’ and nothing I have ever tried has worked for me. But this bra is so soft and easily conforms to ‘my’ shape that I will only wear this from now on. I love that it’s lace which makes me feel more feminine also. Couldn’t be happier!” 

Five-star reviewer Erin B. loves her Paige Wrap Sports Bra so much, she bought a second one. “Since my DMX with implants I have unnatural armpit rolls and found this bra to be full coverage in that area—which I LOVE. I haven’t been able to find another like it yet. So glad AnaOno made this bra. It has increased my confidence.” 

“All of my bras are AnaOno but this is by far my new favorite,” says Sally K. of the Trish Molded Cup Bra. “I had a double mastectomy and a latissimus dorsi flap surgery. I really thought this bra might irritate my back scar, but to tell you the truth, I hardly notice that I’m wearing it. I’m usually not a fan of molded bras, but this helps me look even. One of my breasts is bigger on the flap side due to the muscle being pulled over, but this makes me look rounded and even.” 

Where to buy AnaOno bras 

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Our bodies are always evolving, shouldn’t our bras be, too? Find your perfect fit with AnaOno bras, which are available directly from the AnaOno website. You can also shop the chest-inclusive styles at Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus