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Panache Tango Balconnet Bra

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A firm Panache favorite, the Tango Balconnet never fails to disappoint when it comes to fit and support. With laminated cups to provide an uplifted and supportive fit and a rigid fabric to provide ultimate security. The Tango Balconnet is finished off with Austrian designed leaf embroidery and a satin bow at the centre front for a simple look.

  • 3 piece rigid cups give a secure fit
  • Lined bottom cups on all sizes, and lined top cups on GG-K sizes for extra support
  • Fully adjustable straps on all sizes for additional comfort
  • Powermesh wings give you a firm and comfortable support around your body
  • Style # 3251
  • 76% Polyamide, 20% Polyester, 4% Elastane
  • Hand Wash Only
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