Graffiti BlackLux Cali Crop

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  • Regular price $39.00
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Graffiti  BlackLux  Cali crop top is the moment you touch it. The loose relaxed fit is complimented by the unfinished edges on the sleeves and hemline. This lightweight fun shirt is sure to be a summertime fav!

Benefits

  • Great summer shirt
  • Soft and comfortable

Features

  • 3.5 oz., 65/35 polyester/combed ring-spun cotton, 40 singles
  • 1x1 baby rib, relaxed crew neckline
  • Raw edge sleeve and hem
  • Cropped body with relaxed fit
  • Side seams

For environmental and human friendly reason, this product is only made when you order it. Please allow about a week for it to be made and we will send you tracking information as soon as it's in the mail.


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