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Freya Women's Lauren Underwire Padded Half Cup Bra

$66.00 $34.00

Size

34C

Color

White

The Freya Lauren Padded Half Cup Underwire Bra (4821) is a flattering everyday style perfect for full-busted figures. This half-cup underwire bra is lightly padded for extra definition, and has a seamed top cup line to emphasize a rounded shape. Semi-transparent side panels, a strong underwire, and defined center create separation and uplift. With a subtle pinstripe pattern, this beautiful everyday bra also includes feminine details like a scalloped trim detail along top of cups, bottom edge, and fully-adjustable straps, and a large center-front bow. Matches perfectly with the Freya Lauren Matching Short Panty (4826) (sold separately).

  • Stretch cotton blend.
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • With soft padding for definition, shape and support plus great uplift and a flattering low-cut neckline, the Lauren half cup bra is not to be missed!
  • Fully adjustable, close-set, stretch straps won`t slip.
  • Flatters full busted figures.
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