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Red City Hall Berlin

Women's Tri-Blend V-Neck T-Shirt

Red City Hall Berlin
Red City Hall Berlin
Red City Hall Berlin
Red City Hall Berlin

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Red City Hall Berlin

Women's Tri-Blend V-Neck T-Shirt

normal fitRegional sizing US

 Women's Tri-Blend V-Neck T-Shirt is in stock. We will print it as soon as you order it.

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Softly flowing V-neck T-shirt for women. 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon. Brand: Anvil

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The fabrics blend of cotton, polyester and rayon makes this T-shirt super soft to the touch. Its softly flowing silhouette means this very feminine companion offers great comfort wherever you go.
  • Brand: Anvil | Product ID: 6750VL
  • Loose fit, slit sleeves
  • Rounded seem
  • Slightly tapered
  • Light, flowing fabrics: 159 g/m²
  • 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon

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My girl friend loves this shirt. Good quality, don't fade or strech out of shape. With her having double "D's" this neck style is operfect I am sure we will be ordering more items from you.


The person that ordered this shirt loved it. The material is great, the fit was true to size and it was very comfortable.


It was a gift for my daughter who is a grade school counselor and she loved it! We will be keeping an eye out for more counselor merchandise. Thank you!


The tshirt was alot of $ and quality not great and definitely small. But your company is rectifying by giving me $ for another shirt.Good customer setvice!!


My sister loved it. I will definitely order from you in the future. You should add a star rating for overall value because it was worth it!
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Red City Hall Berlin

Red City Hall Berlin

The Red City Hall is a building in the center of Berlin. It is the seat of the Berlin Senate and the Governing Mayor. The name goes back to the red brick facade.