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Item specifics

Season: All

Gender: Women

Material: Polyester

Decoration: None

Clothing Length: Regular

Collar: V Neck

Style: Fashion,Causal

Weight: 180~220g (S-XXL)

Features:

【Material】It is made of high quality materials, durable enought for your daily wearing

【Features】Baggy loose fitting, Casual chic style, Solid color/Floral print, Tunic tops

【Style】Stylish and fashion make you more attractive

【Match】Perfect length for leggings,jeans,shorts or pants. You can tuck the tshirt into your shorts or skirts for a stylish look all seasons!

【Occasions】Suitable for a casual everyday look and any occasions especially for office, parties,vacation,clubbing and dating. Pefect to wear with jeans or leggings in Spring, Summer and Fall

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