Molded and padded cup bras are great options for reducing the appearance of asymmetrical breasts. They don’t crease when the cup is unfilled, and they provide structure under your clothes. When choosing these types of bras, make sure they fit the larger breast. This ensures the bra is more comfortable and fits more naturally. If you don’t want a padded or molded cup bra, you can invest in bra pads to fill out the cup. Certain companies also sell bras that let you customize the cup size on each side. Many women have also found Knitted Knockers to be useful.
Buying a mastectomy bra may also be helpful. These bras are designed to provide comfort to women who have had mastectomies or lumpectomies. They often accommodate different sized breasts. AnaOno is one company that sells lingeries for women with breast cancer. The Marla Hope Bra is another great option. You can also find companies that sell swimsuits and other clothes designed for women with breast cancer.