About Elisabeth Dale

Elisabeth Dale is an internationally recognized breast expert and author, and the founder of TheBreastLife.com. She has appeared on Good Morning AmericaThe Tyra Banks ShowBBC World NewsNPR, and been featured in The New York TimesCosmoGlamourMen’s Health, and the Sunday London Times. She is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post

Until she wrote about her pair, Elisabeth didn’t know much about breasts. Having birthed and nursed three children, she was aware that hers had changed in countless ways since puberty. And as the daughter of a breast cancer survivor, Elisabeth worried about her future breast health. But she had never reflected on all the ways her breasts had changed and shaped her emotional life until she embarked on a fitness plan, lost weight, and decided to have a surgical breast lift. Filled with mixed emotions after the procedure, but thrilled that her breasts finally felt right-sized for the first time, she shared her “mammoir” with girlfriends. Elisabeth discovered that they, too, had love-hate stories to tell about their breasts and longed for answers to questions and concerns. It inspired her to write her first book bOObs: A Guide to Your Girls, which was named one of The Library Journal’s 2007 Best Consumer Health Books.

After the book’s publication, Elisabeth Dale became a much sought-after speaker and educator, offering her unique “hands on” approach to the topic of breasts.

Elisabeth’s second book, The Breast Life Guide to The Bra Zone: How to Find Your Ideal Size, Style, and Support (2016), demystifies the mystery around bra shopping and sizing. It gives readers practical advice on how to find and buy the best bras for their body, whatever their size or lifestyle.

TheBreastLife.com is a place for Elisabeth to share information and explore trends in breast health and lingerie. Her goal is to teach women (and a few men) to love and embrace their bodies during every phase of life.

Elisabeth currently lives in Los Angeles, which inspires her to keep writing—and perform stand-up, on occasion.