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Marie Jo Women's Jane Convertible Bra 010-1336





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The Marie Jo Jane Convertible Bra 010-1336 features convertible straps that may be worn halter, crossback and classic style. Embroidered, scalloped tulle adorns the front of the shoulder straps, the top of the cups, the center panel, sides and base of the bra for timeless romance and gorgeous femininity. Marie Jo's Jane Convertible Bra 010-1336 has seamless sides that lie flat under clothes.

  • 56% Polyester / 33% Polyamide / 11% Elastane
  • Stunning underwired padded bra with plunge neckline creating a gorgeous cleavage.
  • Smooth heart-shaped cups adorned with romantic embroidery border for a feminine look.
  • Adjustable shoulder straps and hook back closure ensure the perfect fit.
  • Treat yourself today and pair with the matching briefs.
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