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no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra
no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra
no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra
no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra
no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra
no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra
no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra
no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra
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no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra

no te olvido unpadded plunge balcony bra | multicolour

£94.00

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  • description

    This unpadded plunge bra comes in a colorful print inspired by Frida Kahlo's work. With its flexible shape and comfortable fit suits most types of breast. The wires only partially enclose the lower part of the breast, resulting in a modest cleavage. The unpadded cups follow the natural shape of the breast. A comfortable shape. The soft blue straps with hand-painted golden pineapple charms frame your décolleté. Choose this beautiful multicolor ptinted bra for a comfortable fit and daring look.

  • designer note

    “I paint flowers so they will not die” Frida Kahlo said. But the Mexican painter -who happened to also be an avid gardener- did more than that: she infused the flowers, fruits and fauna that she painted with sex and sensuality. Frida believed that food and flowers provide sensual nourishment: the essence of our life energy. Take ‘Still Life with Parrot and Fruit’ (1951) for example; could the colors be more alive, the contours more succulent? Just days before her death, Frida dipped a brush into red paint to add an inscription to a painting of watermelons: ‘Viva la vida!’. (Live life to the fullest!). And so, her final painting became an exuberant celebration of life. No te olvidamos, Frida; we will not forget you.

  • materials and care

    Materials: 70% polyamide 30% elasthane