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Patterned bow-shaped bandeau bra with lace trimming at the top front. Comes with removable and adjustable shoulder straps. Stretchy smocking at the back.
*86% Nylon, 14% Spandex
*Machine Wash Cold


Bodice Height (at apex): 5 7/8"
Bust (all around): 27"
Strap Length: 15 1/4"


Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by very cute i needed a nude-ish bra to wear under white & beige tops. this bra is very cute and fits nice! only problem I have is the horizontal line running across the middle where the lace is sewn on because it shows through thin fabrics. i almost returned it because of that issue, but decided to keep it because for the price, it's not a big deal. 8.27.2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Comfy In my quest to find a comfortable bra without underwire and no extra padding, I bought this bra. I was very pleased that this bra is versatile in wear, since the straps are removeble. I love how the fabric design and the details of lace make it an very gorgeous bra. Also, the design disguise other from knowing if I'm cold (if you know what I mean). The only cons are with its beauty comes the fact that if you wear it under a thin fabric it will show an unflatering line of where the lace is sewn into the bra. Which on me, is a horizontal line across the middle of my breast. The second con is, It runs sung. I had to size down from a small to a meduim. This was more then I was looking and I love it!!!! 4.21.2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cute, comfortable Originally I purchased an xs but it was way too tiny. I am 34a 110lbs and 5'4" and the small was right on! The light aqua color is great for the upcoming spring season and really adorable. Overall the piece is versatile as the straps come off. The stretchy material in the back holds the bandeau in place nicely! 3.22.2013
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