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Elomi Charley Plunge Bra

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The pretty Charley collection features a Plunge Bra shape in a must-have Black color, showcasing powerful stretch lace combined with diamond mesh fabric for uncompromising comfort. The banded underwire bra features three section cups plus side support for forward shaping. Complete with an adjustable J-hook fastening to create a racerback style.

  • Low centre front gives a plunge without push up
  • Diamond mesh fabric and stretch lace top cups create rounded shape
  • Three piece cups plus side support panel offers forward shape
  • Moveable J-hook fastening allows the straps to be converted into a racerback style
  • Floral lace and bow detail at the centre front
  • Style # EL4382
  • 82% Nylon/Polyamide, 18% Elastane
  • Hand-wash only
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