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Wacoal B-Smooth® Seamless Hi-Cut Brief

$15.00

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The Wacoal B-Smooth® Seamless Hi-Cut Brief is totally smooth and equally comfortable, this hi-cut brief is the one you’ll love to live in. Designed to virtually vanish under your clothes, this is an all-around perfect panty. This brief is so soft and easy to wear, it’ll be your go-to choice when comfort is key. The no-show seamless design and smooth fabric give this hi-cut brief everything it needs to be on the top of the panties in your lingerie drawer. Pair it with our Wacoal B-Smooth Wire Free Bralette.

  • Style # 834175
  • Seamless hi-cut brief
  • Smooth supportive nylon/spandex fabric
  • Totally seamless body
  • Ruching knitted in derrière
  • Clothes glide easily over panty for a sleek look
  • Hi-cut leg
  • 3 for $39 on full price colors
  • Fabric content: Body: 93% Nylon/7% Spandex; Crotch Lining: 70% Nylon/25% Cotton/5% Spandex
  • Lace Styles: Body: 95% Nylon/5% Spandex; Crotch Lining: 80% Nylon/16% Cotton/4% Spandex;
  • Heather Styles: Body: 68% Nylon/26% Polyester/6% Spandex; Crotch Lining: 71% Nylon/23% Polyester/5% Spandex
  • Care instructions: Hand wash warm with like colors. Non-chlorine bleach only when needed. Line dry.
  • US Sizing*
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