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Simone Perele Women's Wish Triangle Contour






Adorned with exquisite French embroidery, the Wish Triangle Bra by Simone Perele brings the ultimate in everyday luxury. This contoured bra is finished with feminine, floral embroidery and an Italian satin jacquard band. This beautiful bra is made for everyday wear or special occasions with contoured cups and removable memory foam pads that lift the bust and add volume.

  • Hand Wash Only
  • Exquisite Embroidery: The Wish Triangle Embroidered Bra features chic, all-over embroidery on the cups and along the neckline for that ultra-feminine finish.
  • Flattering Plunge Shape: A sexy plunge neckline and memory foam pads create a triangle shape that lifts and flatters the bust; perfect for wearing with V-necks and low-plunge tops
  • Everyday Comfortable: Made for all-day comfort with soft, curve-hugging materials; includes removable contour padding in all cup sizes for a custom-like fit.
  • Made for Lift and Shaping: Lightly padded contoured cups lift and shape the bust, creating the perfect shape beneath your clothes.
  • Shop the Collection: Shop the Simone Perele Wish Collection for more pretty, comfortable bras; available in multiple styles and colors. Make it a matching set with the Wish Boyshort, tangas, bikinis and Suspender belts.
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