available for orders $35 and above
Intricate crochet trimmings, a high neck, and strappy back make this stretchy bralette a standout. Playful crocheted edges of triangle-scallops and tiny eyelets angle at the shoulders in a halter style. The lacey band encircling the hem of this solid, unlined piece provides pretty contrast like moonlight in a darkening room.
Model is wearing a size small.
Approximate measurements are as follows:
Love. Have ordered in every color!!!
Just ordered another color! Fits true to size and so cute
Very comfortable bralette made well , love the high neck .
Super adorable, runs small SIZE UP!
I love this top! It seems a bit tight when putting it on but the support it gives and it fits super nice! I love love it!
Please note: size charts are provided for guidance only. Measurements are approximate and may vary by label, brand, or personal preference of fit. Please refer to each items’ detail page for specific measurements.
|XS/S||32A, 32B, 32C, 34A, 34B|
|S||32B, 32C, 34A, 34B|
|M/L||32D, 34C, 36B, 36C, 38B|
|M||32D, 34C, 36A, 36B|
|L/XL||36D, 36DD, 38A, 38B|
|L||32DD, 34D, 36C, 38A, 38B|
|1/2X||34DD, 36D, 38C, 38D, 40B, 40C, 42B, 36DD, 40D, 42C|
|3/4X||38DD, 40DD, 42D, 44C, 40DDD, 42DD, 44D, 44DD|
How to Measure
Grab a measuring tape, some paper and a pencil, and get started! You’ll need to find your band measurement, bust measurement, and cup size to find the bra that’s right for you.
1. Band measurement
Place the measuring tape flat across your back and under each arm. Measure across the front of your chest, just above the bust. This is your band measurement.
If the number is odd, round down to the nearest even whole number.
Example: If you measure at 35", round down to 34".
Band sizes are commonly available in size 32, 34, or 36. This is the number that comes before the cup size in bra sizing.
2. Bust measurement
Now measure across the bust and around your body keeping the tape parallel to the ground. Make sure to measure across the fullest part of the bust.
If the measurement falls on one 1/2" or greater, round up to the next whole number.
Example: If you measure 36 1/2", round up to 37".