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Panache Women's Andorra Wired Full Cup Bra (5675)

$63.00

Size

32D

Color

Black

Designed exclusively for the full-busted and full-figured ladies, Andorra full cup bra style 5675 features an elegant all-over stretch lace with touch of retro glamour. Full coverage 3-section cups with inner side sling ensure confident fit and excellent support providing a rounded, uplifting shape up to j cup. The cups are double lined with power mesh on the bottom half of the cup while the top portion is made of sheer stretch lace. This combinations provides a comfortable fit for the woman looking for a maximum support and great uplift. It's also a great option for those ladies with a cup size difference between breasts as the stretch in the lace at the top of the cup offers a bit of give to accommodate the bust. The power mesh wings gently hug your curves to securely keep the bra in place

  • 82% Polyamide, 10% Elastane, 8% Viscose
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Underwire balconette bra featuring four-section cups with lined bottoms and inner side sling for supportive fit
  • Adjustable shoulder straps
  • Hook-and-eye closure at back
  • Cradle and power-mesh wings provide secure fit up to J cup and stronger underband elastic for GG+ sizes.
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