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Simone Perele Inspiration 3-Way Multi-Position Memory Foam Bra

$76.00 $45.00

Size

32B

Color

Nude

The Simone Perele Inspiration 3-Way Multi-Position Memory Foam Bra is the first-ever memory foam bra, delivers a custom-feeling fit and unsurpassed comfort. Its design is truly unique: the insides of cups are lined with innovative memory foam that naturally molds to the body's curves, providing a flawless fit and creating a natural, rounded shape. The remainder of the bra is made of ultra-soft lotion touch microfiber that is seamless and smooth under clothing and soft against the skin. With a deep plunge shape and sleek design, this bra is both sensual and extremely supportive up to a g cup. Removable straps can be worn in three ways classic, racer back and halter.

  • Style # 12W361
  • 64% Nylon, 20% Polyurethane, 16% Elastane
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Plunge cut provides a natural, rounded shape^Innovative memory foam cups mold to curves^Made of silky-smooth lotion touch microfiber^Folded edges are crease-free and seamless under clothing^Superior support up to an g cup
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