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Simone Perele Delice 3D Molded Bra






The Simone Perele Delice 3D Molded Bra comfort has never been so beautiful! Our Delice 3D Molded Bra embraces your natural shape with superior support and chic styling. Featuring our 3D spacer woven fabric cups, this bra truly feels like a second skin and gives your bust a flattering rounded shape without adding volume. Feel feminine and pretty with the scalloped French lace under band and center gore as well as the comfortable, adjustable spaghetti straps. This T-Shirt bra virtually disappears under your clothing and offers amazing support throughout your busy day.

  • Style # 12X343
  • 81% Polyester, 11% Elastane, 8% Nylon
  • Imported
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Hugs Your Curves: This demi bra is made from the highest quality fabrics to shape and accentuate your feminine curves for an extraordinary fit
  • Seamless Fabric: Looks amazing under your sheerest fabrics, from T-shirts to silk blouses
  • Superior Support: Innovative 3D spacer fabric allows flexible and breathable support with all-day comfort
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