The Little Bra Company Nicole Push-Up Demi Petite Bra with Optional Pads F005 - The Little Bra Company Bras
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The Little Bra Company Nicole Push-Up Demi Petite Bra with Optional Pads F005

This product was discontinued November, 2014 and is no longer available. Please consider one of the Customer-Recommended Replacements above, or try a new search.

This exquisite push-up bra features a 3-part floral lace cup overlay, with slotted ribbon lace over angled seaming. Sides are also lace, with 2-ply stretch mesh back. Inner contour cup is lined, with a pocket to insert removable pads (cookies), included. Designed and proportioned specifically for petites.
  • Contour, underwire cup shapes and supports the breasts with firm, medium removable padding along bottom and sides of cup for youthful, sexy uplift.
  • Removable padding adds 1/2" thickness to the 1/8" contour cup.
  • Angled cup seaming gives a natural, rounded look.
  • The higher rise under the arms and wider band offer more coverage around the rib cage for ultimate support and comfort
  • Center panel is covered with lace and has a contrast satin bow.
  • Sides and back have sewn-on elastic at edges for a custom fit.
  • Side seams have boning for added support.
  • Wide-set elastic straps adjust in back with coated metal hardware.
  • Back coated metal hook-and-eye closure. See Fitter's Comments below for hook count. .
  • Please Note: The Little Bra Company's bras are designed and cut on a petite scale. Compared to other The Little Bra Company styles, this style has a slightly longer band and wider set cups. If you are between band sizes, please try the smaller band in this style.
  • Please Note: HerRoom does not carry the 28 band sizes in this bra style.
 
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"The seaming in these cups insures a great breast shape."
 

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