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Anita Women's Comfort Clara Soft Cup Bra

$68.00

Size

34B
36D
36G
40C

Color

Black
Skin
White

The Anita Comfort Clara Soft Cup Bra is simple elegance for every day! It features wireless 4-part cups with side support panels and sheer mesh with encased elastic at top cup edges. Straps are wide and restricted stretch, adjusting in the back. They provide firm support through to cup size H. The material made of fine microfibre snugly hugs the skin without restricting.

  • Style # 5459
  • Soft, fleecy band around the arms and neckline
  • The three-section cups shape the breast
  • Semi-transparent, curved panel of double-layered voile around the neckline
  • Double-layered lower cups for extra support in the larger sizes 
  • Nickel-free, ultra-flat strap adjusters
  • Wider straps with increasing size
  • 3-position fastener, wider with increasing size 
  • Materials:  fine-knit, woven microfibre
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