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Simone Perele Caresse 3D Plunge Bra

$99.00

Cup Size

B
C
D
E
F
G

Band Size

32
34
36
38
40
30

Color

Peau Rosée
Black

The Simone Perele Caresse 3D Plunge Bra is your new favorite T-shirt bra. Revolutionary spacer technology delivers a curve-hugging fit with a velvety soft interior that’s live-in-all-day comfortable. This fresh take on the French T-shirt bra is a technical masterpiece gone chic: seamless cups, plunging neckline, ultra-soft stretch lace, scalloped edges, u-shaped ballet back, and fully adjustable straps.

  • Style # 12A316
  • Curve-hugging plunge T-shirt bra with underwire
  • Signature 3D spacer cups are made of light foam that’s breathable and lightweight
  • Tighter knit 3D spacer minimizes nipple show-through and supports up to G cup
  • Supple stretch lace with scalloped trim lays flat and is invisible under clothing
  • Lace has a touch of sheen for a chic finish
  • Fully adjustable straps with eyelet trim prevent straps from sliding
  • U-shaped ballet back keeps straps in place
  • Materials: 62% Polyester, 22% Nylon, 16% Elasthane
  • European Sizing
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