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Simone Perele Delice Thong Panty

$45.00 $33.00





The Simone Perele Delice Thong Panty is both stunning, seductive and practical. Soft microfiber offers a curve-hugging fit for a barely-there feel. Designed for discreet wear beneath your clothes, this embroidered thong features a smooth, seamless look so you can showcase your favorite looks with no panty lines. The exquisite French embroidery accents make these chic thong panties a perfect pick for everyday wear and special occasions alike.

  • Style # 12X700
  • 72% Nylon, 14% Elastane, 9% Polyester, 5% Cotton
  • Imported
  • Hand Wash
  • Seductive Thong: Low-rise design and minimal back coverage creates a seductive silhouette with a classic thong fit.
  • Gorgeous Details: This French-designed thong panty showcases romantic floral embroidery for that chic touch. The back is made with soft microfiber and embroidery.
  • Seamless Look: Perfect for panty line-free wear; Features a seamless design that's invisible under dresses, skirts, leggings and more.
  • Made for Comfort: Constructed from soft, smooth microfiber material, these pretty panties are made for everyday elegance and all-day comfort.
  • Complete Your Matching Set: Pair the Delice Thong with a bra from the Delice collection to create a sensual two-piece French lingerie set.
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