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Fleur't Belle Époque Lace T-Back Bralette

$54.00

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Chantilly

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The Fleur't Belle Époque Lace T-Back Bralette with romantic Italian art-nouveau lace is designed to be seen. Offering full bust support, a cloud-soft fabric lining in the cup and a stunning T-back design, this comfy yet unforgettable style is a Fleur't favorite. You'll want to spend the whole day in this bralette. P.S. Don't be shy - a peek of the gorgeous lace under clothes adds beauty and intrigue to any look.

  • Style # 612
  • Wireless bralette
  • Full coverage, Supportive
  • Cloud-soft TENCEL™ Modal x Eco Soft technology lining
  • Generous front bust lace coverage
  • Underbust reinforced with plush picot elastic - ideal for larger busts
  • Italian art-nouveau inspired lace
  • Beautiful lace T-back detail
  • Designed by women. Sustainably sourced and ethically made.
  • Lace: 85% Nylon, 15% Spandex. Cup Lining: 94% TENCEL™ Modal x Eco Soft technology, 6% Spandex.
  • Hand wash OR machine wash cold in mesh bag on gentle cycle. Lay flat to dry
  • US Sizing*

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