5 Best Bras for People with a Disability

There are all sorts of bras on the market these days, including a range of bras for those living with a disability. Wearing a bra is an easy task for healthy and young women. However, it can turn out to be a nightmare for older women and ones with disabilities. The needs of women with disabilities are different from other. Disability does not mean that women should not look beautiful and feel comfortable.

Let’s take a look at some bras that will make life a little easier for people with a disability. I have chosen to review products that are easy to use, comfortable and of course still offer some support.

5 Best Bras for Disabled Women

1.     Wacoal Women’s B-Smooth Front Close Bralette

If you’re among the strong women who have undergone a breast surgery recently, you know that it can be hard finding that bra that will fit you well and give you the comfort you need. This B smooth bralette is everything you will need to transform your life post-surgery.

This comfortable wire-free bra offers great comfort and shaping. It is designed in a way that the sides and band have no stitches to irritate you. Also, it has a front closure that makes it easy to put it on and take it off.

I also like the wide soft straps and full back design that give extra comfort and support for long periods of wear.

2.     Silverts Disabled Elderly Needs Arthritic Front Closing Bra

This Silverts bras for seniors is the best front opening bra for women living with arthritis. It is designed in a manner that is easy to slip it on and off. It also has three large flat hooks to make fastening easy and quick. Additionally, it has a hook and loop tab fastener that guides you on securing the hooks in place.

This Silverts Arthritic front closing bra is not designed with cup sizes. However, it can accommodate women with A to D cup sizes.

This style also features wide pressure distributing shoulder straps, which I love to see on support bras.

3.     Breast Nest

There are days when you don’t feel like wearing a bra. Breast nest bra is your best choice for such days. Breast nest is different from the everyday bras in that it does not lift your breasts. Instead, it holds them in their natural position giving your that braless feeling. This is the best bra for the days when you feel like relaxing at home.

These bras for seniors can be worn by sensitive skin people who are undergoing breast cancer chemotherapy and fibromyalgia. It has a patterned non-constrictive design that allows each breast to be held in an individual stretchy nest.

Additionally, it is made with a soft modal fabric that reduces skin to skin irritation between your breasts and torso. It also reduces bra sweat and makes you stay dry and fresh all day long.

4.     Camisole with built-in padded bra

This versatile camisole with built in padded bra for women looks great without the added bulk of a separate camisole and bra and removed the need to fuss with hook and eye clasps.

This camisole padded bra has a shelf bra inside. It doesn’t compress your bust, giving you a flattering shape and support. The padding isn’t removable and is made of thin, breathable and comfortable material. The straps of this camisole are also adjustable, giving flexibility in size if you want to adjust the straps.

This really is a great bra alternative for senior women; it can be worn on it’s own or under a jacket, blouse, or blazer. Also, you can wear it with your favorite set of leggings, jeans or drawstring pants.

5.     Playtex Women’s 18 Hour Front Close Wire-free Back Support Posture Full Coverage Bra

If you have been having back problems, this Playtex 18-hour support bra is what you need. This innovative bra improves posture and gives you back support. The bra also has a wire-free frame that helps smooth your sides and back.

They have specifically designed the cups of this style to give some side support and lift which leaves you with a pleasant and flawless silhouette.

The front fastening and soft slightly stretchy fabric makes this a great bra for those who struggle with clasps behind their back and/or don’t appreciate irritating fabrics in their daily living.

Being a woman with a disability or a senior woman presents enough challenges in any day. That is why it’s essential to find the perfect bra that is easy to get on and off, offers great comfort and fits you well. If you don’t know your bra size, you can go through the steps in our article on how to measure your bra size.

It’s may also be necessary to first talk to an occupational therapist who will guide you in knowing what challenges your body may endure in the near future and how you can quickly adapt to your body’s limitations. Besides, the OT will guide you in choosing the best bras for disabled you can use for your particular condition.