AnaOno founder and designer Dana Kasse Donofree believes that beauty and comfort should not be a compromise. After she was diagnosed with Ductal Carcinoma at the age of 27, she began to design comfortable lingerie that made her feel sexy and beautiful during a difficult recovery period. In 2013, AnaOno was born for those who’ve had breast reconstruction, breast surgery, mastectomy or are living with other conditions that cause pain or discomfort.
After testing out theirand , I can confidently confirm that anyone looking for a gorgeous and supportive bra needs to get their hands on AnaOno.
The Gloria Pocketed Wirefree Bra has become an adored lingerie piece of mine. It features gorgeous spandex stretch lace, fully lined soft cups, elegant decorative seams and a satin bow that adds rich details. The adjustable straps and four-hook back closure make it the perfect fit.
The Paige Wrap Front Sports Bra is sexy while still offering stylish support. It’s perfect for low-impact exercise, as it offers light to medium support. The stunning wrap front is suitable for any body type, but know it is low-cut. The cross-back mesh back panel allows for breathability, and the adjustable straps give a customizable fit.
Beauty comes from within, and after sporting these bras, I’ve found that feeling comfortable and supported in your lingerie and active wear helps you connect inside with greater ease. Especially during this period of quarantine, I’ve enjoyed wearing these bras to help me feel more put together and confident during this isolating time.
AnaOno supports many likeminded organizations supporting those who have undergone breast surgeries. Check out theirto learn more about how they give back.
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