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Simone Perele Women's Caresse Full Cup

$70.00

Size

36C

Color

Black

Designed for full busted women, Simone Perele's Caresse Full Cup bra has a three-part construction to provide exceptional support, comfort and fit. With beautiful lace along the top of the cups and a full coverage shape, you'll feel comfortable and confident all day in this chic French style bra. The U-shaped ballet back is smoothing and supportive, while fully adjustable straps prevent sliding and will not dig into your shoulders. Made with high quality and soft fabrics, including Jacquard and lace with a light stretch, this bra will hug your curves for a custom fit.

  • 57% Polyamide, 18% Cotton, 17% Elastane, 8% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Comfortable Fabrics: Smooth microfiber is lined with pre-shrunk cotton and the highest quality lace for a bra that is ultra-soft against the skin for all day comfort
  • Ballet Style Back: U-shaped back design keeps the adjustable straps in place, smooths the back and provides additional support
  • French Style: Beautiful lace and pretty straps brings a Parisian touch to this chic full coverage bra
  • Flawless Fit: A perfect, curve-hugging fit for your most flattering silhouette
  • Superior Support: Three-part cup design with underwire ensures maximum support with full coverage
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