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Parisa: Palermo Plunge Push-Up Bra
17 reviews
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Details:
  • Plunging, underwire push-up bra with side boning
  • Level 2: Add 1 Cup
  • Built-in push-up pads create dramatic cleavage
  • Fully adjustable stretch straps convert to criss-cross
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on March 18, 2015
Nice fit, and comfortable
I love this bra! It's comfortable and quite pretty.
Parisa: Florence Plunge Push-Up Bra
20 reviews
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Details:
  • Plunging, underwire push-up bra with side boning
  • Level 2: Add 1 Cup
  • Built-in push-up pads create dramatic cleavage
  • Fully adjustable stretch straps convert to criss-cross
  • 3 column, 3 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on September 9, 2014
my guy liked it more than I did
maybe the cup size runs a little small, I do feel like I have to adjust myself when ever I can steal a private moment, but all scarifies I am willing to make. It looks beautiful on and is the prefect bra for those maxi dresses with the low neck lines
Parisa: Body Veil Plunge Push-Up Bra
35 reviews
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Details:
  • Seamless foam-lined cup underwire plunge push-up bra
  • Level 2: Add 1 Cup
  • Built-in push-up pads and side boning for support
  • Back adjustable, close-set, stretch straps won't slip
  • 3 column, 3 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on September 4, 2014
Very comfortable but odd fit issues.
I was really pleased with this Parisa bra when I first tried it on. The fabric is quite soft, the chest band is supportive for bottom heavy breasts, it's all in all quite comfortable. The few negatives that I found after wearing it for a few hours are: the cup size is slightly too large for me, which I found odd as most 34 H's fit my breasts well. The 34 chest band fits well, it's just the cups that are slightly too large. One other odd revelation I discovered is the straps are oddly long, and the way the cinch works on them only allows you to tighten it so far. I've only encountered minor slipping on the shoulder straps, but it's enough that others may become annoyed with it; aka, it's not something that annoyed the daylights out of me, but I'm a unique individual with a unique opinion. :) Wearing the bra a different day for a full shift at work, I did discover that the underwire started to dig into my rib cage a bit after 8 hours. I'm assuming this is because the shoulder straps can't be tightened to where the cup holds my breast up properly, therefore the weight of my bottom heavy breasts, rests on the (ta da!) chest band and underwire. I would still definitely recommend this bra to friends and family as the fabric and construction are quite comfortable, but I would warn then about the shoulder strap, and the underwire after about 7 hours. I'm wearing the bra now and am taking it out to run errands, my breasts and rib cage are comfortable right now, and I imagine they will stay so for at least the next 4 hours.
Parisa: Leon Plunge Convertible Push-Up Bra
1 review
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Details:
  • Plunging, lace underwire push-up bra with side boning
  • Level 2: Add 1 Cup
  • Built-in graduated pads create dramatic cleavage
  • Fully adjustable stretch straps convert to criss-cross
  • Cushioned, 3 column, 4 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on March 12, 2015
Great bra. Just little too small.
Order the next size up. I thought it fit at first but when I started wearing it I found it pushes up and out. LOL. Very supportive though.
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