Free Piper, Orange is the New Black Women's

Women's Roll Cuff T-Shirt

Free Piper, Orange is the New Black Women's
Free Piper, Orange is the New Black Women's
Free Piper, Orange is the New Black Women's
Free Piper, Orange is the New Black Women's

Free Piper, Orange is the New Black Women's

Women's Roll Cuff T-Shirt

$25.99
normal fitRegional sizing US

 Women's Roll Cuff T-Shirt is in stock. We will print it as soon as you order it.

Delivery time: 11/26/20 - 12/3/20 (Standard)
Women's Cuffed-Sleeve T-Shirt | Brand: Spreadshirt | Fabric Content: 60% cotton/40% polyester

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This ultra-comfortable cuffed-sleeve tee may as well have come from your boyfriend's closet. The short, roll-cuff sleeve detail, wide neck and Hi-Lo bottom hem make this shirt the ultimate choice for lounging around and dress-down days. With the fit and well-worn softness of a beloved old tee, your boyfriend may want to borrow this one from you!
  • Brand: Spreadshirt
  • 60% cotton/40% polyester. Black, white & mustard yellow: 100% cotton. Heather gray: 80% cotton/20% polyester | Fabric weight: 5.29 oz (midweight)
  • Easy-going boyfriend style
  • Short sleeves with rolled-up cuff detail and scoop neckline
  • Hi-Lo bottom hem: longer back than front
  • Imported garment; processed and printed in the U.S.A.

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4.6 Total stars

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10/22/20

I wish I would of selected a diffrent shirt style. It is too loose fitting

10/7/20

The length is good, but it shrank more than I expected and the sleeves are tight under the arms. Also, the fabric is not as soft as I expected. Would order a larger size if I ordered again.

9/23/20

Cool and comfy

9/16/20

Fits perfect however does shrink up a slight bit of washed and dried

9/9/20

Soft and comfortable.
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Free Piper, Orange is the New Black Women's

Free Piper, Orange is the New Black Women's

In 2004, while Piper Kerman serving time in a federal prison, her fiancé Larry decided honor the midway point of her sentence by making a few "Free Piper" T-shirts. He sold them to friends and family.