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What is "Shelf Bra" - Definition & Explanation

A bra that is built right into the garment.
A bra that is built right into the garment. Used often in exercise clothing for ladies.
An underwire bra with little or no cups. This bra will support your breasts while displaying most of your breast including your nipples. View HerRoom's selection of shelf bras.
Another name for a demi bra.

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