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Cosabella Never Say Never Plungie Longline Bralette

$69.50

Color

Black
Sette
Mystic Red

Size

S
M
L
XL

The Cosabella Never Say Never Plungie Longline Bralette is made of their iconic soft Italian floral lace collection known for its innovative stretch and return in an array of shimmering colors. The top selling Never Say Never lace Collection is a must-have for any lingerie wardrobe. The Never Say Never Plungie Longline Bralette has an extra long band length, wide straps and power mesh lining for support. Updated with smoother fit cup seaming. For fuller DD+ busts, try the Cosabella Never Say Never Curvy Plungie Longline Bralette.

  • Style # NEVER1386
  • Longline Plungie Bralette
  • Longline style wireless bralette.
  • Longline band for added support, improved with an even better, smoother fit.
  • Deep V-plunge front, non-padded cups.
  • Pull-on style bralette with adjustable straps.
  • Soft, stretch non-sheer scalloped lace that lays flat, lined in power mesh.
  • Body: 93% polyamide, 7% elastane
  • Lace: 85% polyamide, 15% elastane
  • US Sizing*

    SIZE CHART

    S(32A, 32B, 32C, 32D)
    M(34A, 34B, 34C, 34D)
    L(36A, 36B, 36C, 36D)
    XL(38A, 38B, 38C, 38D)
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