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Chantelle Révèle Moi Perfect Fit Underwire Bra - Black

$84.00

Color

Black

Band Size

34
36
38
40
42
32
30

Cup Size

B
C
D
E
F
G
H

A Chantelle Favorite, the Revele Moi Perfect Fit Underwire Bra is the pillar of everyday comfort and support. Sheer mesh panels at the top of the cups helps contain the breast, while creating the look of less bra on the body. The vertical and angled seams on the cups provide maximum lift, while centering the breast tissue, creating the look of a longer, thinner waist.

  • Style # 1571
  • Unlined underwire cups create a natural lift without the added padding
  • Ultra-flat seams lie virtually invisible under even a thin t-shirt
  • Full coverage cups contain and lift for worry-free support
  • Double-lined mesh band subtly smooths your back and sides
  • Leotard or a U-shaped back helps to take weight off your shoulders for the ultimate comfort-fit
  • 4 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure, based on a size 34D
  • Fully adjustable straps
  • Designed in France
  • Materials: 79% Nylon, 21% Elastane
  • European Sizing*

 

 

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