This blog is dedicated to good friends. May we be them, know them, and always hold them close.
A year after the first lockdown and we are getting used to shopping again. I for one am out of practice; so, thank goodness for my Flat Friends…and supermarkets who make it easy to dress flat whilst doing your essential grocery shop!
Next up…swimwear and lingerie!
And Tracey’s top tip is to tie your sarong on your ‘non-boob side’ to balance out with a single breast.
Joanna has a great tip for anyone who wears a bra after a mastectomy without reconstruction. Joanna says, “Like many of you I have struggled with underwear as a uniboober. More often than not I’ll wear a crop top and no prosthetic. But this summer I want to wear more strappy things, so I need something prettier if it’s going to peek out. Also, after trying loads of fake boobs I’ve settled on a Boost Large to match my 38DD remainder. I couldn’t find anything strappy and pretty with a pocket, and my /boost moves around a lot in a crop top, so I decided to get creative.
I bought this bralette from Sainsbury’s Tu, Cut out the padding on my flat side and sewed in a piece of cotton fabric to stop the Boost peeking out up my cleavage.