LUX BLUE FLORAL MEN'S TEE

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  • Regular price $32.00
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PRODUCT LUX BLUE FLORAL MEN'S TEE

  • 95% Polyester; 5% Spandex
  • Topstitch seam detailing
  • Fitted, size up for relaxed
  • Crew neck for ultimate comfort
  • High-quality, breathable fabric

Our LUX Blue Floral Men's Tee is a classic look with a stylish upgrade. The crew neck style offers versatility so you can dress up your custom tee with a nice pair of slacks or rock a casual look with some jeans. Oh the places you'll go in your custom all-over print tee.

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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