Maidenform Women’s Comfort Devotion Embellished Bra, Black/Body Beige,36D
Maidenform Women's Comfort Devotion Embellished Bra, Black/Body Beige,36D
- Cloud foam underwire cups feel fabulous
- Luxuriously soft, sueded-touch fabric
- Back and side smoothing for a sleek look under clothes
- Extra coverage for unbelievable comfort and sexy shape
Luxuriously soft & supportive underwire T-shirt bra, Seamless microfiber cups are foam-lined for modesty. Look sleek thanks to back and side smoothing wings, Customize the fit with adjustable, close-set stretch straps. 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure Brand: Maidenform, Style Number: 9404. Fabric: 81% Nylon, 19% Spandex.Lace: 91% Nylon, 9% Elastane.Exclusive of decoration.
Maidenform Women's Comfort Devotion Embellished Bra, Black/Body Beige,36D, Maidenform Women's IA - Bras
|Current Price||$19.99||November 11, 2018|
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