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Wacoal Red Carpet Strapless Full Busted Underwire Bra

$68.00

Color

Black
Sand

Cup Size

D
DD
DDD

Band Size

36
34
32

The Wacoal Red Carpet Strapless Full Busted Underwire Bra is designed to stay in place with supportive foam cups flatter your figure. Comfortable enough to wear every day, this versatile strapless bra with underwire converts to traditional, halter, crisscross, and one-shoulder styles, making it your favorite go-to because you always want to look your best. 

  • Style # 854119
  • Full busted Strapless Underwire bra
  • Smooth seamless fabric over stretch foam cups
  • Silicone strip along the top and bottom edge helps hold this strapless underwire bra in place
  • Front center panel for added breast containment and separation
  • Hidden stays anchor and stabilize sides and back of this strapless underwire bra
  • Cushioned lower bottom band for added comfort
  • Band and sides smooth and minimize bulge
  • Converts to traditional, halter, crisscross, and one-shoulder styles
  • Removable fully adjustable straps
  • Three hook and eye back closure
  • Fabric content: Body: 91% Nylon/ 9% Spandex
  • US Sizing*
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