LUX BLUE FLORAL WOMEN'S TANK

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PRODUCT LUX BLUE FLORAL WOMEN'S TANK

Our Lux Blue Floral Women's Tank offers the ultimate blend of style and comfort. Breathable fabric keeps you comfortable while the slim fit highlights your best assets; and the all-over design highlights your unique style. Treat yourself to the only tank you're going to need this summer.

  • 95% Polyester; 5% Spandex
  • Fitted, size up for relaxed
  • High-quality, breathable fabric


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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