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Natori Women's Understated Contour Underwire Bra
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- 96% Nylon/4% Lycra
- Hook and Eye closure
- Hand Wash
- Contour underwire
- Average coverage
- Supplex seamless pad
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Contour pads offer natural shaping and narrow straps for wardrobe flexibility. The breathable fabric creates a sleek elegance with a soft cotton-like feel that make this the perfect everyday bra.
Invista's Supplex yarn in a fine circular knit crates a unique fabric one can only descrbes as "modern cotton" Supplex offers the traditional appeal of the soft natural hand of cotton with performance benefits created by modern technology. The fabric is breathable, dries 40% faster than cotton, holds its shape and is color fast. Narrow stretch straps.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: China
- ASIN: B00361ES6W
- Item model number: 132025
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
Enter the Natori Understated. Natori folks, I hope you read reviews. Never stop making this bra, and do make it in more colors!
What makes it the best low-maintenance bra around?
-It's comfortable immediately, and you can adjust it as it stretches over time.
-It's flattering immediately (wear it on the loosest hook first.)
-It's smooth and looks great under a tight tee-shirt. It's got thin straps that adjust for a perfect fit, so they don't slop out from under my tank tops.
-The cups are cut low enough for a semi-revealing v-neck.
-The fabric is comfortable, and there's nothing to ride up or roll up or otherwise annoy you.
Are there any cons?
-Well, sizing is kinda between. I'm a pretty reliable 34-36D, but I felt better with a C in this one. Could I have worn a D? Sure; adjust the straps.
-It's expensive. But when I think about how much I wear it, it feels like a solid value.
So that's it. What's the bottom line? Bra lines suck. Lack of support sucks. Never suffer either: buy this bra.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The sizing was off on this bra. It was too tight and dug into the side near my armpit.Published 16 days ago by sunshine33
I've had three of these, in nude, black and purple, and am happy with the fit, the narrow straps, and the smooth cups. Also the soft padding, not rock hard! Read morePublished 24 days ago by J. Schaffer
Natori is a favorite brand. This one was a strange navy color and the cups seemed slightly larger than my other Natori bras. 32DD
Female in the house not Seth
Nice bra. Full coverage. Keeps boobs VERY SEPARATED. Not a cleavage bra-- look elsewhere. Makes my boobs look bigger under tight clothes because of full coverage.Published 1 month ago by allison898
The band on the bra runs really big, normally always wear a size 36DDD and this one on the tightest hook the bra wasn't against my body! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harpseal
Super comfortable and I love the color. I do have to pull them up every so often, but I am early in my prsgnancy.Published 1 month ago by ATW