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5 Myths About Adaptive Bras Debunked

Myth #1: Adaptive bras are bulky and unflattering.

Truth: While some adaptive bras may be more structured than traditional bras, there are many options available that are just as stylish and flattering as regular bras. Many adaptive bras feature lace or other feminine details and can be worn under a variety of clothing styles.

Girl wearing a front closure betty adaptive bra

Myth #2: Adaptive bras are uncomfortable and restrictive.

Truth: While some adaptive bras may be more supportive than traditional bras, they are designed with the wearer's comfort in mind. Many adaptive bras feature wide, cushioned straps that distribute weight evenly and reduce pressure on the shoulders. They may also have wider bands to provide additional support.

Girl wearing a purple back fastening bra

Myth #3: Adaptive bras are only for women with disabilities.

Truth: Adaptive bras can be beneficial for anyone who has difficulty fastening or adjusting traditional bras, such as women with arthritis or other conditions that affect hand dexterity. They may also be useful for women who have undergone surgery, such as a mastectomy.

Girl wearing a black harper front closure adaptive bra

Myth #4: Adaptive bras are difficult to care for.

Truth: While some adaptive bras may require special care, such as hand washing or air drying, many can be machine washed and dried like traditional bras. It's important to read the care instructions for each bra to ensure it lasts as long as possible.

Girl wearing a front closure adaptive bra

Myth #5: Adaptive bras are expensive.

Truth: While some adaptive bras may be more expensive than traditional bras, there are many options available at a variety of price points. Additionally, many adaptive bras are covered by insurance for women who have undergone breast surgery. It's important to shop around and find a bra that meets your needs and budget.

 

Girls wearing a variety of front closure bras in black