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Our Delicate and Comfortable Underwire Lace Everyday Bra Crafted from the Finest Lace, Take Comfort to New Heights.Super Soft Wider Adjustble Brushed Shoulder Strap of the Plus Size Full Figure Bra, Helps Relieve Pressure and Prevent Digging in.

*Bra:
Color classification: silver gray, pink, tea green, silver gray, black
Cup thickness: thin cotton cup
Insert: no insert
Fabric commonly known as: lace fabric
With or without steel ring: No steel ring
Mold cup fabric: Nylon
Applicable season: summer
Cup lining: Nylon
Clothing style details: lace edge
Shoulder strap style: fixed double shoulder strap
Applicable object: young women
Bra style: U-shaped
Ingredient content of the cup: 61% (inclusive)-80% (inclusive)
Buckle row number: the last four rows of buckles

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