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Satin & Lace Pocketed Bra

satin & Lace Pocketed Bra
This pretty full-coverage pocketed bra works well with any of our TRANSFORM® Breast Forms. Outer cups have lace detailing to add the extra feminine touch. Cotton inner pockets are cool and comfortable while helping hold breast forms in place. This supportive bra is available in white, black, pink, beige,in the following sizes:

A - 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44
B - 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46
C - 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48
D - 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48
DD - ........36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48



How to choose and fit the correct breast prostheses and bra...

Everyone wants to look great in their clothes and wearing the right undergarments can make all the difference in how an outer garment looks and fits. Different prosthesis styles will fit differently in different style bras. Therefore, the most important thing before choosing a breast prosthesis is to choose and fit the right size bra.

Once you decide on a bra style or design you have to know the proper size that proportionally fits your body. Measure yourself in the following manner to determine your appropriate size bra...

  • Using a tape measure, measure around the rib cage under the pectoral muscles where the natural breast tissue joins the body. Take a snug measurement. (This would be where the band of the bra fits around the chest.)
  • Add 5 inches to this measurement (3 inches for measurements over 39"). Example: 31" + 5" = 36". This would be a size 36 bra, or if 39" + 3" = 42", would be a size 42 bra.
  • If after adding 5 or 3 inches there is an uneven measurement, go up to the next even size. Example: 32" + 5" = 37", so start with a size 38 bra (depends on the elasticity of the bra style).

    This is a person's bra band or girth size. You may need to go up or down an even size because this measurement is only a beginning guideline since all bras do not fit exactly the same.
  • Consider height, weight, and figure style. If you are 5'10" tall and a 42-46 bra size, generally choose a C,D, or DD cup bra. If a size 34, 36, or 38 bra, choose a cup that balances the figure like a B or C cup.
  • After determining the bra size choose the size of form from the suggested chart below that corresponds with your girth and cup size. Note, different form styles will fit differently.
  • The proper size breast form is generally determined by the bra and cup size determined by the previous measurements. The fitting guide will help you choose the right size.
  • Symmetrical forms fit both the right and left side and can be turned in different directions for the best fit. Asymmetrical forms fit only the right or left side and fit only one way.

Putting the form in the bra...

  • Lower the bra strap on one side.
  • Pull the cup away from the chest wall.
  • Insert the form from the inside top of the cup. Turn the form in the direction that best fills the bra cup and looks the most natural. Repeat on the other side.
  • After forms are in place, adjust the straps on each side.
  • Look at the fit. Both sides should match and the bra cups should cover the prostheses completely. The prostheses' top tapers should prevent clothing from sinking in. Each form should fill and not bulge at the top of the cup; plus, the forms should settle into the bottom of each cup. The straps should not cut into the shoulders.
  • If the forms are too big, too small, or do not fill where they need to fil, try another style or size of

Item #5200


Price $49.00