Fille Unique Full-Cup Bra

Full Coverage • Sheer • Unlined
This demi-hybrid bra is an exercise in contrasting loveliness. Our fave detail? The contrast strapping continues around the back for a pop you'll want to let peep. Learn More

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With a color sensibility that is essentially French, this bra is brimming with lovely details. The demi-hybrid shape (plunging low in front, but with three panel cups for lift and support) is an exercise in contrasting loveliness, with the colored edging, straps, and bow playing exquisitely with the lace. Also lovely? The colored strapping continues all the way around the low scooping leotard back, for a little pop you might want to let peep.

Wear With

  • Huit

    Fille Unique String Thong


    This sweet little bottom has a color sensibility that is essentially French. Classic thong shape is all contrast loveliness, the edging and bow playing off the gorgeous lace.

  • Huit

    Fille Unique String Low-Waisted Brief


    Graphic lace, luscious contrast, and an impeccable fit make this low profile, essentially French brief an exercise in everyday lovely. Obviously we love it.


  • 3-part cup
  • Fully-adjustable straps
  • Embroidered tulle lace
  • Contrast stitching and picot straps
  • Leotard back in stretch mesh

Fit Notes


  • 55% Polyester, 40% Polyamide, 5% Spandex
  • Hand wash in lukewarm water with an extra-gentle lingerie wash; gently squeeze out excess water and lay flat to dry
  • Made In Tunisia

May We Recommend?

This is how the French do cotton: coton. Cafe au lait cotton is edged with lie-flat graphic edging, with wide, no-dig sides, and finished with barely-there serged-edge hems.
Smooth, stretch, cafe au lait cotton cups are lightly molded for a classically French basic shape and edged with lie-flat graphic edging. How the French do cotton? Coton.
Things don't just sound better in French, they look better too. Take these cotton deco shorties from Huit. "Cotton brief"? Granny panty. "Coton Boxer"? Glorieux!