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Simone Perele Women’s Andora 3D Molded-Cup Bra: French T-Shirt Bra Style

$89.00 $70.00

The Simone Perele Women’s Andora 3D Molded-Cup Bra beautifully hugs your curves, delivering just the right level of comfort and support for the entire day. This French-style bra features exquisite design details, including embroidered edges and seamless cups that will have you feeling your best all day. The bra delivers a curve-hugging fit that feels almost like a second skin. You’ll stay comfortable all day with built-in 3D spacers in the fabric that maximize airflow and breathability, along with a lace appliques atop the shoulders and bust. Also included are: underwire cups, adjustable shoulder straps, a U-shaped ballet back and a hook-and-eye back closure.

  • 79% Polyester, 11% Elastane, 10% Nylon
  • Imported
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Comfortable Fabrics: You’ll be able to wear this bra all day thanks to its soft fabrics, which include breathable 3D spacer cups.
  • Breathable: Our best-selling 3D spacer is soft, lightweight and breathable
  • French Style: The beautiful details in the embroidering deliver a chic touch
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