Searching For A Cure

Misses Kisses is a proud partner of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, aiding in raising funds for research to understand, prevent, and find a cure for breast cancer.  

Purchase any one of our individual or combo bra Kelley kits and we will donate 15% of this signature pink kit's purchase price towards their research.

We named this special bra kit in honor of our friend, Kelley, who bravely underwent a double mastectomy after her cancer diagnosis.

Keep scrolling to learn more about her story and why we partnered with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.


Made with love and care, our products are made with premium materials, are health-safe, and are quality-tested before we ship them to our customers
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Our Kelley Kit is available in our Shallow (2"), Moderate (4"), Deep (6") and combo plunge (Shallow + Moderate).
15% of our Kelley Kit sales are donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Each kit arrives in a signature Misses Kisses pink satin travel bag and comes with:
  • Volumizing Pads (Beige, Mocha, or Black) - One pair of custom-sized pads for comfort and to round out the look under clothing. See our sizing chart to determine which pads is right for your perfect fit.
  • Anti-slip stickers - to apply to the bra paddles and pads.
  • Optional strap - Although not necessary to wear, we've included an optional black strap for added security until you are comfortable without it!
  • Pink ribbon pin - each 1" by 0.8" lapel pin features an easy open clasp, making it easy to wear on shirts, sweaters, jackets, and more, to show support towards breast cancer awareness year-round.

Swimming? Dancing?

Add a pair of our BioGel pads to your order. These extra-sticky pads are both water and sweat-resistant for our active customers, perfect for activities! Great for our sensitive skin customers.

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In February of 2021, soon after my fortieth birthday, my doctors told me it was time for my first mammogram. I didn’t take it seriously but did it to check the box ‘done’! A few days after, I was told that I had breast cancer, which led to more tests, and then, a final diagnosis. My doctor advised that my best outcome would come from having a double mastectomy. The double mastectomy would take my 36DDD breasts, but I would be cancer-free. 

When you hear that you have cancer, you don’t realize how strong…or scared you are until you have to face something so life changing. I cried the first time I looked down and saw my breasts weren’t there. If I had waited any longer, though, overcoming this was not promised.

Since my double mastecotomy in May 2021, I have been planning on having reconstructive surgery, but due to heatlh reasons, I have had to delay the procedure. Usually, when you want to get reconstructive surgery, the process could be a few months up to one year. But I had to recover from other health issues over the past few years.

Now I am back to being helathy enough to start that process. I was able to get the first part of the surgery done, which is having tissue expanders placed under my muscles in my chest where the implants will go. Next, I'll be able to go forward with removing the fat tissue from my stomach and use that for new breasts.

I'm happy to say SO FAR SO GOOD! I can honestly tell you that going through all of this has been difficult, but since I have a great support team behind me, I am able to get through it all.

Picture of Kelley, woman with red hair and blue eyes. Kelley's Story

In my case, I've been lucky to have the support of my mother, who is no stranger to cancer. She was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphona back in 2017.

After six chemo treatments and two years of immunotherapy, she is now cancer free. She feels like she is not only cancer free in her body, but also her mind and soul. I tried to support her as much as possile, but I don't think that I was able to really process it. I was devastated to know that my mother had cancer. So, when I went through it, she took care of me, and helped me feel like I could beat this too. Now I'm cancerfree in my body, mind and soul, like her. Without her strength, support, and care, I would not have been able to process my own cancer diagnosis.  

She and other wonderful friends, including the Misses Kisses team, have shown me how to stay strong and fight through everything. I am so grateful for my friends at Misses Kisses because they have given people the opportunity to donate to the Breast Cancer Research Foudnation, raising over $48,000. With your support, we can continue to find a cure for breast cancer and help many other people going through this disease.

I am very grateful to share my story in hopes that it will encourage others to share their experiences as well.

Reminder that you are not alone.

There are many support groups out there that can help get you thruogh this. If you need support, you can visit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation at for resources on what you may need.

Be well and happy! Take care of yourselves and get your mammograms!


TOGETHER WITH OUR AMAZING CUSTOMERS AND SUPPORTERS, we've donated $48,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Our donations have enabled over 643 hours of lifesaving research and testing, provided supplies for labs, and has helped patients undergo DNA sequencing to help find treatment.

You can learn more about the great work they are doing by visiting their website at

If you would like to donate directly to the cause through our fundraising page, you can here -


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