Stella McCartney

Viola Dozing Soft Cup

At first glance this blush softbra whispers "40's romance", but upon closer inspection, the petal-soft fabric is actually brushed fishnet, stretchy, sheer and modern. Learn More

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At first glance this delicate depression-glass blush softbra reminds us of love-letter romances from the 1940's: a classic single-seam silhouette with a pin-up vibe. Upon closer inspection, though, the subtly matte petal-soft fabric is actually brushed fishnet, a stretchy, sheer, and thoroughly modern fabrication that is more Kim Gordon than Kim Novak. Rock on.

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  • Stella McCartney

    Viola Dozing Bikini


    With girly scalloping, blush palette, and classic shape, this one is pin-up glamorous. Made of sheer, soft, and matte brushed fishnet, though, it's also truly modern.

  • Stella McCartney

    Viola Dozing Bodysuit


    This delicate blush bodysuit recalls true romance, but closer inspection reveals the petal-soft fabric is a thoroughly modern brushed fishnet. More Kim Gordon than Kim Novak.


  • Partially-adjustable straps
  • Stretch mesh paneling
  • Smooth microfiber frame
  • Elastic underband for light support


  • Upper cup shell, bottom shell: 67% Nylon, 33% Elastane; Lower cup shell, cup frame shell, wings: 71% Nylon, 28% Elastane; Cup lining, cup frame lining: 100% Nylon; Excluding trims
  • Hand wash in lukewarm water with an extra-gentle lingerie wash; gently squeeze out excess water and lay flat to dry
  • Made In China

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