Royce Lingerie Chloe Bra

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This soft and stretchy t-shirt bra is both pretty and practical. Created by non-wired specialists Royce Lingerie, it is ideal for staying comfortable and supported during treatment or after surgery.

Key Features:

  • Pure cotton lining provides comfort and breathability.
  • Moulded foam cups adjust to your body for the perfect fit.
  • Finished with gorgeous ribbon and lace trims.

During treatment, and particularly after surgery, it can be difficult to find clothing that you’re comfortable in. Sensitive skin and muscle aches can make finding the right bra for you a difficult challenge, but it can make a real difference when you find something that fits well and feels good.

Royce Lingerie were established in the UK in 1991, and ever since they have been dedicated to producing high-quality non-wired bras that offer style, function and comfort. The Chloe is one of their most popular products, providing a support and comfort with its pure cotton fabric.

Many modern bras are designed for appearance and not functionality. This can become a real issue after surgery, when your body can be sensitive and sore. The Chloe looks great but has been designed with comfort in mind, so that you can feel comfortable and confident during treatment, recovery and beyond.

  • Available in A-DD cups
  • Material: 48% Polyester,26% Cotton,22& Viscose,4% Elastane

Care Instructions:

  • Machine wash on cool (30 degrees), delicate/gentle cycle or hand wash
  • It is recommend that bras are placed in a lingerie mesh bag and that all hooks are fine up before placing them into the washing machine



Not long had my op so on the search for comfortable mastectomy bras. This one fits the bill. 

Was recommended to stop wearing wired bras due to a lump that had formed between my breasts these bras are fabulous so comfy and painfree. 

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