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Marie Jo Women's Avero Plunge Multiway Bra

$125.00

Size

34D
34E

Color

Black
Cafe Latte

Marie Jo Style 010-0416. Seamless, underwire T-shirt bra. Foam-lined full cups for a modest look. Pretty gingham pattern. Signature logo on side wing. Floral applique on straps and center. Back adjustable stretch straps. Converts to criss-cross, halter, and traditional. 3 column, 3 row hook and eye back closure. European cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.. Smooth, stretch microfiber.

  • 84% Polyamide, 11% Elastane, 5% Polyester
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • Supportive underwire T-shirt bra is a must-have!
  • Foam-lined cups for modesty and shape
  • Customize the fit with back adjustable stretch straps
  • Straps convert to criss-cross, halter and traditional
  • Silicone lining along band keeps bra from shifting
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