Sheer French Tulle 50s Bra in Fluorescent Colors in sizes D-DD
Regular price$ 225.00
100% Nylon fabric and trims.
Hand wash and hang dry.
Do not put lingerie in a clothes dryer.
Do not dry clean.
Made in New York City, USA.
This elegant cut is inspired by classic 50s glamour and provides a natural silhouette with extra support for fuller sizes. The décolleté is finished with scalloped-edge details, cups are lined with an inner side panel, and boning is built into the side seams for a smooth fit.
Wear it visibly for a pop of color. Pair it with a g-string, full brief or high-waist brief for the complete set.
Deborah Marquit lingerie is made-to-order. Allow 4 to 6weeks for delivery.
HOW TO CALCULATE YOUR BRA SIZE
To calculate your band size (under bust), use a tape measure and measure around your ribcage beneath your breasts, shown in example B.
To calculate your cup size, place a tape measure around your bust at the highest point (Apex) of your breasts, while wearing your best fitting unlined bra, (no padding), as demonstrated in example A.
After you have your measurements, use the chart below for your band size:
For your cup size, use the difference in inches between your band size (measurement B) and your bust size, (measurement A) Refer to the table below:
Bust/band: Difference in inches
USA Cup size
EU Cup size
E or DD
F or DDD
HOW TO CALCULATE YOUR UNDERWEAR SIZE
To calculate your underwear size, using a tape measure, measure your waistline around the smallest part of your waist shown in line C. Then, measure your hips at the widest point shown in line D.
Our underpants are true to size, however if your measurements are between sizes, we recommend choosing one size up.
Waist: 20"- 22"
Hip: 30"- 32"
Waist: 23"- 25"
Hip: 33"- 35"
Waist: 26"- 28"
Hips: 36"- 38"
Waist: 29"- 31"
Hip: 39"- 41"
Hip: 42"- 44"
To care for your lingerie, hand wash in mild soap with warm water and hang to dry, keeping colors separated.
Use organic soap or detergent brands without harsh chemicals.
To preserve the lifetime of your bras and briefs, never put them in a washing machine or a clothes dryer.
To maintain the brightness of bold colors, fluorescents, and rich blacks, after hand washing, rinse your lingerie in clear vinegar, then rinse again in lukewarm water until the vinegar washes out, then hang to dry.
Other mild soap options are lingerie specific or delicate wash laundry detergents and fragrance-free hypoallergenic brands made for sensitive skin.