Marie Jo Avero Padded Heart Shaped Bra Gold *Limited Edition*Regular price £93.00
With one sold every minute, the Avero collection by Marie Jo is an institution unto itself!
A moulded cup t-shirt bra with heart-shaped neckline, this bra is particularly good in the smaller cup sizes, as the cups aren't quite as full in terms of volume as the other bra shapes in the Avero collection. It would also be a good option for those looking for an attractive shape to the breast but don't necessarily want as much cleavage as the Avero Push-Up Bra or Moulded Balconnet Bra would give. The shoulder straps are decorated with the Avero collection's signature daisies and are multiway - so straps can be worn over the shoulder in the usual fashion, or as halterneck, or even clipped into a racerback. The back band features a strip of silicone to keep it securely in place and offer good support no matter how you choose to wear it. Sizing goes up to an EU E-cup (UK DD-cup).
11% Elastane 5% Polyester 84% Polyamide
To ring in the New Year in style, Marie Jo is releasing a unique limited edition of its bestseller Avero. With its shimmery, gold-colored checked fabric, this showstopper puts the finishing touch on the 100th anniversary year of parent company Van de Velde. The daisies on the straps are adorned with gold-colored sequins to create the perfect party look!
This is a limited edition colour on Pre Order Only.
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We recommend that the best way to a perfect fit is to be professionally fitted in our shop in Petworth by one of our experts. At Guilt we have fully trained staff who will gently guide you through the process in a discreet and comfortable environment, to help you achieve the confidence and comfort that a beautiful, well-fitting bra can give.
If you cannot come and visit our shop in Petworth, here is a simple guide to help you feel comfortable and look beautiful in your bra.Step 1 - Fasten your bra using the middle hook(s). If the back is too tight, try a bra with a bigger back size and a smaller cup. For example if a 34D bra is too small, try a 36C.
Step 2 - Position the midriff band so that the front of your bra is at the same height as the back. Make sure the separator is centred between your breasts.
Step 3 - Use the adjustment slider on each strap to find the right strap length. Straps that are too tight will crush your bust, while straps that are too loose will not flatter the neckline.
Step 4 - Adjust your bust in the bra by leaning slightly forward. The underwires should go around the breasts. Use your hand to position the nipple under the cross-cup seam, at the top of the dart or in the centre of the cup, depending on the bra style.