Shop

We’re not selling anything on this site. But moms have asked us where to find cute t-shirts, scarves, caps, and breasts (no, really!), so here are some of our favorite links. Add yours in the comments and we’ll add them to the list!

General:

  • I’m Too Young For This , featuring “bald is the new black” t-shirts, “eyebrows are so last season” caps, “The Stupid Cancer Show” merchandise, and a tounge-in-cheek “white cells are for losers” line. Niiiice;
  • Save the Ta-tas t-shirts;
  • We hate cancer t-shirts, hats, and other merchandise;
  • Lemonland t-shirts, hats, mugs, and posters; and
  • The Breast Cancer Site Store, which has just about everything pink.
  • gotCancer?org, t-shirts, hats and pins such as “OMG! Mai cancer iz gon! I r survivr! I can haz hair agin?”

Cafe Press hosts many, many fun and interesting items:

Hats and Scarves, if the chemo takes your hair:

  • Buff USA, a fitted athleticwear option that is comfy and cozy for around the house or under another hat;and
  • TLC Direct, a nonprofit hat, wig and prosthesis store run by the American Cancer Society.
  • Hats with Hair sells hats with, well, hair.  You can even save your pre-chemo hair and have it made into a nice wig alternative.

Breast Prosthetics:

Post-Mastectomy gear:

Swimsuits:

  • Land’s End has a number of post-mastectomy swimsuits with pockets for prosthetics. They also sell lined suits without shelf bras or underwire bras … perfect for those of us who go to the beach without our boobs! We haven’t tested these yet, but they sound like a great idea.
  • Swimsuits for All

9 Responses to Shop

  1. Teri Sietsema says:

    Hello,
    I heard about your website on the bcmets site and just had to check it out. I am really impressed with what you have done. I was diagnosed 8 years ago with IBC and then 2 years ago I was diagnosed with bone and liver mets. I am also a single mom with a 16 year old daughter. I haven’t had any suport from my family because they live far away and we are not very close. I have also received zero help from my ex-husband. He thinks he can come in after I am gone and pick up the pieces but by then it may be to late for him to start a relationship with his daughter. It has not been easy doing this all on my own. Thank goodness I have had supportive friends. I will be checking in frequently to check your information. Good luck with the site.
    Teri

  2. whymommy says:

    Teri, we’re glad to have you — stop in any time!

  3. Please check out and post http://www.iwearitwell.com. As a fellow mom/cancer survivor, I applaud breast cancer survivor and mom Kelly Henderson who started http://www.iwearitwell.com. She offers a fashionable, vibrant collection that enables women to better cope with hair loss. She has great ensembles that include scarves and matching earrings. One of her newest lines is the “Color Me Well” kit. Children can color and personalize head wraps for mommy. Thanks so much for your support!

  4. Dave McCurdy says:

    Hey very nice blog!! Man .. Beautiful .. Amazing .. I will bookmark your blog and take the feeds also

  5. Kathy says:

    Love your blog, I too am a cancer survivor and a mom who’s journey brought the world the only pink ribbon partyware. It includes paper plates and napkins, note cards, invitations and a cool t-shirt. They are available at CelebrateInPink(dot)com.

    The colleciton was designed to provide financial assistance to women undergoing breast cancer treatment and can be used for virtually any occaison. We now have a beautiful way to celebrate it forward!

    Thanks for letting me share…Kathy

  6. Nancy says:

    Check out Cue Sticks at http://www.mycuesticks.com. We create motivational temporary tattoos that inspire you and keep you going when you’re feeling sad, sick or just having a rough day. Because sometimes a little reminder makes a big difference….

  7. Heather says:

    What a great blog. I am approaching my 7 year survivorship. I am amazed everyday to see how far things have come since my treatment. It is great to see so many women come together to help support one another. Please check out my site. I hope you like my message. My thoughts and prayers go out to all the women out there battling cancer and those in remission that they stay that way. Stay strong and positive. Best, Heather… Also A Survivor.

  8. Debbie Smith says:

    If you lose your hair and want to add some bling around your face…go to http://www.earstoyou.org and purchase the hope earrings. Proceeds from the purchase will go to the foundation itself to purchase earrings for other women undergoing chemotherapy. More styles will be uploaded SOON!!

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