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Life is Good Women's Minimalist Landscape T-Shirt - Slate Gray

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    Features & Details

    • Women’s Minimalist Landscape T-Shirt
    • Features Graphic with Mountains, Trees, and Sun
    • Classic Fit for Flattering Silhouette
    • Ladder Stitch Details at Cuff, Hem, and Forward Shoulder Seams
    • Contrast-Color Ringer Detail at Neckline and Sleeve Hem
    • XXL Size
    • Slate Gray
    • Made of 60% Cotton and 40% Polyester
    • Sold Individually
    Classic Fit for Defining Silhouette. With the Life is Good Women's Minimalist Landscape T-Shirt - Slate Gray - XXL, you will get an XXL-sized gray-colored women’s t-shirt that is cut to barely skim the body. It has a colorful graphic that comprises pine-tree silhouettes baked into a range of blue mountains, with the sun hovering above them. There are ladder stitch details at the cuffs, hem, and forward shoulder seams to enhance its overall look, as well as contrast-color ringer detail at the neckline and sleeve hem for a sporty look.

    Cotton and Polyester Blend. Made of 60% cotton and 40% polyester, this Life is Good t-shirt is garment-washed for softness.

    Application. The Life is Good Women's Minimalist Landscape T-Shirt - Slate Gray - XXL is sold individually.

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    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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