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Chantelle C Comfort Seamless Unlined Underwire - Black




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The Chantelle C Comfort Seamless Unlined Underwire is the ultimate comfort bra, using an ultra soft and brushed knit fabric. Full coverage cups provide reassuring containment and lift, while stretch lace at the top of the cup easily flexes for a full bust fit with a feminine touch.

  • Style # 13G1
  • Full coverage style with fully containing cups
  • ideal for DD+
  • Best for an Average to Full Bust, may gap on a Shallow fit
  • Ultra comfort with underwired support
  • 2-ply seamless cup fit with a second skin feeling
  • Full coverage cups are lined with soft knit for additional support and modesty
  • Seamless cup and band in an incredibly soft knit fabric
  • Tall band provides a smoothing effect for no bumps and bulges
  • Soft lace trim at neckline provides easy containment
  • Side panels for centering effect
  • Leotard or U-shaped back to prevent straps from slipping and to provide lift
  • Soft straps with full adjustability
  • Designed in France
  • Materials: 86% Polyamide, 14% Elastane
  • European Sizing*


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