Wrapped in Love accessories are a perfect gift for someone going through cancer treatment

Looking for the perfect pick-me-up for your loved one with cancer, or a gift for your doctor or nurse after ending your treatment? Shop our range of accessories for cancer patients and healthcare workers to bring a smile to whoever you’re surprising.

Our PICC line sleeves not only protect the PICC line but make a fashion statement as well These sleeves quickly obscure a PICC line, leaving it secure and hidden yet easily accessible by doctors and nurses during treatment.  They come in a variety of colors to mix and match with whatever you are wearing.

Our inspirational sayings socks are one of our most popular gift items for both patients and healthcare workers. They are soft and comfortable and are available with a number of inspirational messages including Bold and Beautiful, Gutsy and Gorgeous, Tough Cookie, and Queen Courageous.

For those experiencing hot flashes, our cooling neck wrap is a welcome relief.  Simply run it through cold water, wring it out, and it will keep you cool for a couple of hours, and it can be used over and over again.

Other accessories include blankets and stylish non-medical grade facial masks.

For oncology doctors and nurses, we have beautiful cancer awareness pins, scrub hats and “Healthcare Hero” socks, which make a great thank you gift for a healthcare provider.  

What Our Customers Say

Reading reviews from our customers is one of the things we love most about what we do. From friends, loved ones, and caregivers, to cancer patients buying a gift for themselves, or for the nurses and doctors who treated them, here’s what some of our customers have to say.


Excellent! Beautiful! Thank you. Seventh time Cancer surviving mother loves it.

Cute & Comfortable

Cute, comfortable and well made cap! Highly recommend!


One of My Favorites

The Kimono is one of my Wrapped in Love favorites. It’s stylish, lightweight and perfect for chemo. There are even hats that match. (Love that!)


Great experience overall

Packing is beautiful and the socks are soft and as pictured! I contacted seller with a question and she promptly responded and was so kind during the entire interaction. Great experience overall with this product and business!


Our Core Values

Behind every Wrapped in Love creation is a whole lot of care and core values that we never compromise on.

Having cancer doesn’t mean giving up your sense of style.

Many clothes designed for cancer patients and those having chemotherapy are practical, but they’re not stylish. From featuring vibrant colorways and bold animal prints to timeless designs, our range is perfect for pre, post, and current cancer patients looking to showcase their personality, despite their illness.  Almost every design features our signature flower to represent Karen’s mom’s love of gardening and flowers.

Chemo clothes should be designed with the patient in mind — but still be practical for healthcare workers.

We don’t just design chemo clothes we think will be comfortable and make your loved one feel good — we make sure they do! During many focus groups, we’ve found out what cancer patients want from clothing so that they feel at ease and dignified, as well as how the right clothes can help nurses to administer treatment in a minimally intrusive way. Our kimonos, knit and fleece shoulder wraps, PICC line sleeves, and more are all easily chemo port accessible. We believe that patients having chemotherapy shouldn’t struggle to find clothes suitable for treatment — but to have a wardrobe full and be spoiled for choice!


Made in the USA with love because you deserve the best.

 We think it’s worth it so that you know exactly where our clothing and accessories have come from, and that we’ve given our seal of approval on each accessory, headscarf, kimono, and every other piece of clothing that we sell.

Fighting Cancer with Dignity and in Style: The Blog

Whether you want to find ideas to support your friend or loved one with cancer, find the best gifts for someone having chemotherapy, or looking for a simple way to say thank you to your doctor or nurse, our blog tries to touch upon a little bit of everything.