Trabant (baligreen car)

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

Trabant (baligreen car)
Trabant (baligreen car)
Trabant (baligreen car)
Trabant (baligreen car)

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Trabant (baligreen car)

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

$21.49
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 seam
  • Slightly tapered
  • Light, flowing fabrics: 5.6 oz
  • 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon

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4.6 Total stars

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3/27/20

Should of ordered a med. My fault. But still wearing.

3/27/20

I purchased one size up from normal & it fit. Very soft & comfy shirt.

3/25/20

This shirt was a gift for my wife. She says she loves it.

3/16/20

The shirt was good. When it said *** wrapped I was expecting it to be wrapped. Not just a box I had to wrap. The other issue I had was the note inside was not correct. It was supposed to be happy 50th Birthday Barb. It said congratulations on all your achievements instead

3/12/20

The material is pretty thin for how much it was, the black could be a little blacker but it's not terrible. Satisfied, I suppose, but not ecstatic. The size is my fault, I usually order M and I think I ordered a L based on reviews.
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Trabant (baligreen car)

Trabant (baligreen car)

The Trabant was the car in the GDR. These cars were manufactured in Zwickau, Germany. The small car in the colour baligreen is rarely seen on the streets of East Germany.