Amoena Frances Non-Wired Front Closure Bra

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Amoena Frances Non-Wired Front Closure Bra

Many women find it difficult to get a comfortable night's sleep after a mastectomy operation. The Amoena Frances Non-Wired Bra is a wonderfully soft and supple front closing bra that provides comfort and light support either during the day or at night. Made with 90% cotton and 10% elastane this bra is suitable for wear immediately post surgery and offers soothing comfort to sensitive skin. Available in White, Nude and Black

Key Features

  • Ultra-soft cotton fabric makes it suitable for sensitive skin
  • Front-fastening hook and eye for ease of use and support
  • Designed with bilateral pockets 


  • First, measure yourself underneath the bust line, all the way round - this is measurement A.
  • Next, measure round your chest, over the fullest part of your remaining breast - this is measurement B.

  • Find your measurement A in the chart - the number below it is your band size
  • Next, staying in the column that has your band size in it, move down until you find your measurement B. The letter to the left of the correct row will tell you your cup size. 

For example:

  • My measurement A is 32", and measurement B is 38".
  • Row A tells me that my measurement A means my band size is 36.
  • Looking down the column, I find my measurement (38").
  • I look across to the left to find that I am on row C - so my cup size is C.
  • This means my Amoena bra size is 36C.

Please note: we're sorry these instructions are a bit complicated! Amoena are very careful to make sure they get you the most comfortable, long-lasting fit they possibly can, so their sizing is designed to be very accurate.

Good range of sizes. Good fit and soft and comfortable. My daughter worse immediately after her partial mastectomy. 

Soft, comfortable bra, suitable for day and night wear.

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