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Simone Perele Top Model Body Shaper High Waist Brief

$72.00 $50.40





The Simone Perele Top Model Body Shaper High Waist Brief is stylish and comfortable, shapes your silhouette under everything from dresses to skinny jeans. The performance microfiber and high waist design sculpts the tummy and waist for a toned silhouette. You'll love the lace details and boyshort-cup bottom. Soft against the skin the stretch fabrics lays flat for a seamless look. This comfortable and chic French style shapewear will stay in place all day without rolling.

  • Style # 16R774
  • 59% Nylon, 24% Cotton, 17% Elastane
  • Imported
  • Hand Wash
  • Waist Shaping: Our high waist control brief sculpts the tummy and waist, delivering a toned silhouette
  • Second-Skin Fit: The high-quality microfiber and non-slip design hug your curves and stay in place the entire day without rolling
  • French Chic Shapewear: Beautiful lace accents are soft and lay flat against your skin, to bring that chic feminine touch
  • All day comfort: Boyshort-cut bottom and seamless design is perfect to wear under skirts, dresses and skinny jeans
  • Medium Control Level: Performance microfiber fabric delivers a medium control level for shaping and smoothing
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