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Good Vibes Size Xl Tropical Fabric Shirt
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You will get "good vibes" by wearing this Good Vibes size XL tropical fabric shirt. Perfect to take on that next cruise or to wear to a summer BBQ. Short Sleeved. Very good condition.
  • Material: Cotton/Rayon
  • Occasion: Casual
  • Style: Short Sleeved
  • Measurements
  • Sleeve: 11"
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