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Simone Perele Women's Celeste Contour Smooth Cup

$48.00

Size

36C

Color

Sienna Brown

Our Celeste Contour Smooth Cup Bra is as pretty as it is practical. The smoothing effect of the sculpted, seamless cups provides you with a naturally invisible and modest look under a wide variety of clothing styles.

Renowned for its bra expertise and unique chic French Style, Simone Perele brand has been designing bras for women since 1948. Elegant details such as the Chantilly lace, satin bow and double spaghetti straps add an exquisitely feminine chic touch. Designed in Paris with great attention to detail, this smooth cup underwire bra is both comfortable and beautiful.

  • 42% Polyurethane, 33% Polyester, 18% Nylon, 7% Elastane
  • Imported
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • Hand Wash Only
  • French-Inspired Details: Chantilly lace details on the band and a pretty satin bow in the center gore add a chic touch to this bra designed in Paris
  • Excellent Support: Contoured cups as well as underwire sculpting gives you all the support you need
  • Customizable Features: Adjustable straps and hook-and-eye closure allow you to customize your fit
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