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Women's Roll Cuff T-Shirt

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Smash Capitalism

Women's Roll Cuff T-Shirt

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

Delivery time: 5/20/22 - 5/27/22 (Standard)
Women’s T-Shirt with Rolled-up Sleeves. Material: 60% cotton and 40% polyester (except heather grey: 85% cotton, 15% rayon; black, white: 100% cotton).
 Brand: Spreadshirt

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Product Details

This chillaxed T-shirt is a perfect companion for when you want to hang out in the park, go down to the shops or whenever you don’t feel like dressing up. The rolled-up sleeves add to the easy-going look.
  • Loose fit
  • Short, rolled-up sleeves
  • Wide neck
  • Longer back than front
  • Consistency: 145 g/m²
  • Material: 60% cotton and 40% polyester (except heather grey: 85% cotton, 15% rayon; black, white: 100% cotton)

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Nice t-shirt but the quality could have been better. I am also concerned about the fact that the product (according to the packaging) comes from Bangladesh. Especially because I am against child labour and exploitation.


Ordered to wear to a concert, but it was too small


The material chosen for the shirts is fantastic! I love the rolled sleeve style so much!! It’s the style which I really love to order for myself. 🤗💕


I love the shirt. I also think my saying is very funny. Some do others don’t I haven’t had the chance to wear it outside so when I do , I’ll let you know what ppl said. If there are any comments. Thank you for making me my shirt. *** ***


Excellent item and quality is superb.
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