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Since 1950, Wolford has helped women feel confident, empowered, and stylish as they take on the world, in any situation.
This year, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we stand alongside those whose lives are affected by breast cancer and show our support by kicking off our partnership with IEO-MONZINO Foundation for the European Institute of Oncology.
Wolford is proud to support the institute's important work towards live-saving breast cancer research with our limited-edition Pink Colorado Bodysuit.
Your purchase is more than just a fashion statement: throughout the month of October, 10% of the purchase price of this special item will be donated to IEO-MONZINO Foundation for the European Institute of Oncology.
We hope you’ll join us in our mission!
*While supplies last.
Sophie is an award winning editor and author. She underwent treatment for breast cancer (six months of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and a mastectomy) and is now free of the disease.
It is October 22nd and I woke up as I do every morning since my breast cancer diagnosis - with The Fear. And a full mental body scan.
Fashion makes me feel like I’m getting dressed in control. In ‘old me’. It’s the post-cancer equivalent of power dressing, and the mood-boosting effect of bright colour is a tonic any day, but for the month of October, pink is particularly powerful! find the Wolford Colorado bodysuit comforting, like it’s literally holding me together - but this special edition pink is punchy enough to inject a bit of joy into my style, and it’s surprisingly versatile too.
I have a daughter by surrogacy, following a long battle with chemo-induced infertility. I’ve waited too long for her not to relish the nursery drop, and I am 100% ‘that mum’ who gets dressed up to do it.
STYLING TIP - Embrace a gentle flare, like these Wolford Vegan Body Line trousers, to balance the stretch knit of the bodysuit.
My social life was put on hold for a solid year when I was sick. Post-cancer my social life is different, it’s quite tame (but that is more down to being a mother than a cancer survivor!) I still wish I had fewer cares and fears, but I love the joy of getting dressed up and going out.
There is never enough of it in the day. Managing life after cancer is the same as managing life, just with extra things than the average to consider. They take up mental and organisational space, and as a result I feel as if I am in a constant rush. Heels are out the window, I need shoes to rush in. I need wardrobe staples I can rely on - anywhere I can remove decision-making from the equation - and I need comfort above all else. Comfort is king! (And pink is the warmest colour)
STYLING TIP - Contrast casual comfort - like these Wolford Vegan Leather trousers - with a surprisingly dressy option on top. It’s easy to dial your outfit up or down depending on where you’re headed.
Pair the hot pink Colorado bodysuit with wide-leg or flare-cut trousers for an elegantly balanced look.