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Tortilla Burritos Women&
Tortilla Burritos Women&
Tortilla Burritos Women&
Tortilla Burritos Women&
Tortilla Burritos Women&
Tortilla Burritos Women&

Tortilla Burritos Women's Long-Sleeved V-Neck Casual T-Shirt Top Loose Pullover Sweatshirt Women's

Regular price$20.99

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Color: Style-36


  • [Preferred material]: Our long-sleeved T-shirt is made of polyester and spandex. It feels soft and comfortable, absorbs moisture and wicks sweat, soft, lightweight, skin-friendly and comfortable to wear.
  • [Women's long sleeve multiple sizes]: Please refer to the size chart provided by us before placing an order. Due to manual measurement, there may be a deviation of 1-3cm in size. Please understand the inconvenience.
  • [Unique design]: casual, loose, long-sleeved style, simple design, soft fabric is very suitable for keeping cool and fashionable in spring, summer, autumn and winter.
  • [Applicable occasions]: This T-shirt can be used at home, office, work, yoga, sleep, picnic, travel, school, party, outdoor sports or cycling and any indoor and outdoor occasions.
  • [Classic piece]: bring you comfortable and elegant wearing experience. Easy to wear and match with other clothes. This top is of unique design and high quality. You can match it directly with shorts, tights, skirts and boots. This is absolutely a must-have item in your wardrobe.

Binding: Apparel

EAN: 9431771822255

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