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Anita Women's Comfort Clara Soft Cup Bra 5459






The Anita Comfort Clara Soft Cup Bra 5459 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 back with coated metal hardware. Anita's Comfort Clara Soft Cup Bra is made of polyamide (nylon)/elastane.

  • 85% Nylon, 15% Elastane
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • 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. 3-position fastener. Wider with increasing size.
  • Nickel-free, ultra-flat strap adjusters. Wider with increasing size.
  • Fabric of high-function fine-knit, woven microfibre. The supporting side panels extend through to the straps.
  • The adjustable comfort straps have additional comfort padding over the shoulders.
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