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Simone Perele Celeste Demi-Cup Plunge Underwire Bra

$89.00 $62.00

Size

32C

Color

Emerald

The Simone Perele Celeste Demi-Cup Plunge Underwire Bra will make you feel beautiful, confident and ready to take on whatever the day holds. This underwire bra features soft Chantilly French lace with scalloped edging for an elegant, refined look and all-day comfort. This flattering demi-style bra allows you to play with a wide range of necklines. Adjustable spaghetti straps and back hook-and-eye closure allow you to customize your fit. Designed in Paris, this bra has a meticulous attention to detail. Renowned for its bra expertise and signature French Style, Simone Perele has been designing bras since 1948.

  • Style # 12M331
  • 83% Polyamide, 17% Elastane
  • Imported
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Sensual Styling: French Chantilly scalloped lace and stylish spaghetti straps, add an alluring touch for a bra that can be worn from day to night
  • Perfect Support: This underwire demi-style lace bra provides you with medium-firm support
  • Customized Comfort: Adjustable straps and back hook-and-eye closure allow you to make this bra's fit uniquely yours
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