Step 1

Adjust the shoulder bra straps to the correct length before wearing the bra using a current bra as a guide.

Place the bra in your hand with the bottom of the cups facing your body. Move the bra to your side and put your least functional arm between the cups and the elastic band. Pull the elastic band up to your arm pit and pull the cups over your head, rest the cups on your shoulder.

Step 2

Move your mobile hand between the bra and your body, manoeuvre your arm outwards from the elbow, the bra will slide down the forearm and onto the torso. The bra may twist during this manoeuvre therefore, ensure the bottom of the cups are facing downwards and the bar shoulder straps are facing upwards.

Step 3

Move the bra down your body until the bra band fasteners rests just above your tummy with the bra band fastening eyelets facing outwards. You may find it helpful to sit back on a chair in front of a mirror, this prevents the bra rotating and enables the fasteners to be seen clearly. Take hold of the bra band with the hooks and fasten the bra in the normal way. If helpful use the finger pocket to aid fastening the bra band ends together.

Left limb restricted functionality users may fasten the bra in the normal way, or if helpful hook the fingers into the pocket with your finger nails facing the body and fasten the hook and eyes together.

Step 4

Twist the bra around your body until the cups are below your bust and pull the bra shoulder strap over your least functional side first.