National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is drawing to a close, but for the women who battle the disease, that fight goes on long after most stop wearing pink. Part of the fight against cancer, survivors say, is trying to feel “feminine” and “normal” again. Kyle Goodwin, who owns Lady K Lingerie in Denville, decided to do something about helping breast cancer survivors feel “normal” or feminine again. Her downtown shop specializes in intimate apparel for women who have undergone breast cancer surgery.
IT’S ALSO NOT NECESSARY! I recently went on vacation to a warm climate and was amazed at the number of women (not young kids) walking around with bra straps showing! It ruined the look of otherwise fun and fashionable tops and dresses with cutout necklines or armholes, or tanks with thinner straps. Why am I blogging...Read more
Planning ahead can be very helpful in choosing and purchasing post-surgical garments. There are a variety of options to wear immediately after surgery or during reconstruction, depending on specific needs. It is important to consult with your doctor to see if you need to bring a garment to wear home from the hospital, if you...Read more
So much to learn, so many decisions to make. You get your support group in place and start your research. Often, a lumpectomy is clearly indicated as the best procedure, but not all situations are that clear. The hardest decision many women have to make is the choice between lumpectomy/partial mastectomy and complete mastectomy. That choice...Read more