LUX BLUE FLORAL DOGGIE TEE

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PRODUCT LUX BLUE FLORAL DOGGIE TEE

  • 95% Polyester; 5% Spandex
  • Crew neck
  • Raglan, short-sleeve tee
  • Flexible, soft and breathable material

Your dog has never looked so good! Treat your pup with our customized LUX Blue Floral Doggie Tee, designed to keep your little friend looking fresh. Its lightweight and flexible material is the perfect combination of style and comfort. Ideal for small to medium size dogs.

ABOUT THE DESIGN

LUX BLUE FLORAL

LUX Blue Floral is a collection for the creative individual whose creative style is unique.


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