Modern Travel Bra

Modern Travel Bra

$68.00

Even if it's been nestled deep in your luggage, the Modern Travel bra retains its shape with adaptive spacer cups that look smooth and sleek with every unpacking. The moisture-wicking/evaporating HeiQ with Fresh Tech technology actively adapts to your body heat and prevents odors to keep you feeling cool and fresh. Front bonded straps and four sets of back hook-and-eye closures adjust to create a great fit and light support for every leg of your trip. A J-hook at the back converts this bra to a racerback style, so you'll only need one bra for all your dresses and tops.
 
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