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Chantelle Women's Aeria Lightweight Convertible Bra






With cups that sport a sexy mesh overlay and are lined with breathable, crush-resistant fabric, the aerial lightweight convertible bra is sexy and comfortable, up to g cup. Sportswear inspired, the straps have a moveable j-hook, allowing you to easily convert your bra into a racerback. This product is designed in France

  • Cup: 91% Polyester, 9% Spandex; Cup Back: 88% Polyamide, 12% Spandex; Lining: 100% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Light-as-air spacer foam underwire cups create a round, seamless, natural shape
  • Medium coverage cups contain and lift for all-day comfort and support
  • Cups are made of breathable fabric which are also crush resistant making this bra the ideal travel companion
  • Double-lined mesh band
  • Fully adjustable straps with a convertible j-hook clip
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