Every woman knows that swimsuit time is a challenge. One swimwear company by the name of Veronica Brett, is making that challenge a lot easier by focusing on what matters most. Great fit and alluring color.
|Veronica Brett Founder/Designer, Patricia Brett|
With these attributes, Veronica Brett sounds like a winner already, but there’s even more to the story. It’s also designed to be ultra friendly to breast cancer survivors. Founder and designer, Patricia Brett, tapped into the key insight that women who’ve survived breast cancer ultimately just want to feel like the women they are. Patricia is Yale-educated architect who herself underwent a risk-reducing bilateral mastectomy in 2003, after testing positive for the BRCA1 gene.
This ultra-feminine and flattering swimwear is designed to compliment every woman’s assets. It’s made from the finest Italian swim fabrics (80% polyamide, 20% elastane) and lined with a luxuriously soft liner (90% polyamide, 10% elastane.) Each suit is designed to strategically cover surgical scars while still giving that bit of cleavage that makes us feel sexy. Interior pockets can also conceal prosthetic breasts as well as properly fit reconstructed breasts. No one would ever guess all those features were behind these gorgeous suits.
Veronica Brett is available at www.veronicabrett.com and in select boutiques. The company is “pink” year-round, donating 10% of each suit sold on-line to breast cancer research and organizations which provide support services.
For the month of October 2011, veronica brett is donating 20% of on-line sales to Women At Risk (WAR), the Breast Cancer Program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center. WAR’s mission is to enhance the lives of women who are at high risk for the development of breast cancer, (and women with breast cancer) through research, education and support.