The Lucid Bra is a limited-edition evolution of the classic Colour Block Bralet. Featuring a fun rainbow stripe knit design, with a lower square neckline, this style blends 90’s minimalism with sportswear sensibility. Wear it with your denim or matching Lucid Yoni Short, this coveted bra is the epitome of street style.
Stripe colour: Magenta, Ochre, Emerald.
Made from 85% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton, 15% Spandex
Designed in Australia. Made in China.
Please note: Due to the nature of shooting on film and digital, colour may vary across images. We do not retouch or recolour any of our content.
-Square neck with supportive straps
-Minimal bust coverage
-Fully fashioned knit jacquard
-Multicoloured irregular retro-style stripe
-Under bust double rib band for added support
-Clean finish on neckline and armhole
-Best suited for everyday wear
Fits true to size. For larger busts, we recommend going up a size.
This style has less coverage than our classic Colour Block Bralet.
Garment measurement based on size S/M:
CF Length is 13cm
Our measurements are an indication, as Nagnata knitwear fit will vary due to compression, yarn and knit structure. See our SIZE GUIDE page for more details.
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