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!
- 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:
- Survivor Girl, Everything from t-shirts and aprons to pillows and magnets.
- Breast Cancer Victory Survival Gear
- Cancer Karma where $1 from every item purchased goes to Clicks4Cancer.com, a charitable web portal that supports cancer research.
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.
- Google directory for Breast Prosthetics;
- Pennyrich Bra Patch, brick-and-morter store in Raleigh, N.C.;
- Sylene’s, brick-and-morter store in Washington, D.C.
- Undie box;
- Post mastectomy clothing at Rhea Belle Apparel.
- Lymphedema sleeves and gloves (must be fitted correctly by a professional);
- 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