LUX BLUE FLORAL WOMEN'S TEE

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PRODUCT LUX BLUE FLORAL WOMEN'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 Women's Tee offers complete comfort without compromising your style. Perfect for any situation, our tee's smooth, soft and comfortable fit flatters your curves while showing off your unique style in the all-over print.

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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