- Exude femininity wearing this gorgeous balconette bra.
- Adjustable straps are accented with front bows.
- Underwire cups have frilly lace trim.
- Dotted mesh band.
- Two row, three column hook closure.
- Cup shell: 91% silk, 9% elastane.
- Embroidery: 100% polyester.
- Cup lining: 90% silk, 10% elastane.
- Band: 70% polyamide, 30% elastane.
- Hand wash, dry flat.
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- If you're not fully satisfied with your purchase, you are welcome to return any unworn and unwashed items with tags intact and original packaging included.
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Stella McCartney Erin Wishing Balconette Bra S23-142
This bra did nothing for my breasts (which are already nice!) It's very pretty but it should make me feel pretty and it didn't...needs more oophf. (I'm 32 full B.)
- Goldbracelet - customer
- from SF Bay Area
- January 3, 2014