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Chantelle Women's C Ideal Back Smoothing Bra

$74.00

Size

38C

Color

Black

The c ideal back smoothing bra has been designed to smooth any bulges. The soft, high band hugs the body while the full coverage cups minimize for an overall slimming effect. The center-front is low which makes it perfect for v-cut tops or dresses. The cups are also crush resistant which makes it the perfect travel bra. This product is designed in France. The Chantelle C Ideal Plunge T-Shirt Bra 1951 is designed to offer a firm band for optimal support. For a more relaxed fit or, if you are between sizes, we recommend adjusting your size by moving up a band and down a cup. For example, if you typically wear a 34D, we recommend trying a 36C instead

  • 77% Nylon, 23% Elastane
  • Imported
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Double-lined mesh band subtly smoothes your back and sides
  • Foam underwire cups lie seamless and smooth under any top
  • Cups plunge very low in the center to create a deep V neckline that complements low-cut tops
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