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Gingham and plaid crepe crop top with adjustable straps.

*50% Cotton
*50% Rayon
*Contrast: 100% Cotton
*Machine Wash Cold
*Import

Measurements for Small:

Bust: 38” = 96 1/2 cm
Length: 14” = 35 1/2 cm

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$19.95
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pretty Plaid This sweet little top is like a summer day in the country. It's dainty and outdoorsy at the same time. This is easily going to be one of my favorite summer tops! It looks just like in the photo. The straps are adjustable. The fit is typical of FP intimates. My XS is 19" from armpit to armpit and 13" from neckline to hem. 4.19.2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cute colorful top! I just bought this top at the store, and I love it! The colors are brighter in person (more vivid red, and the darker color is actually a lighter navy) and I'm so happy they had this in my size small (130lbs, 5'1"). As other reviews say, the armholes come down pretty low on the sides (side straps of bra fully exposed), but I'm just planning on wearing a bandeau underneath, which will be perfect! So happy with my purchase. 7.27.2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great! This top is even cuter in person! The contrast of the patterns is adorable! At first I tried this on just for the heck of it, but then I noticed how cute-sy and flattering it was. I am 5'8" 145 and usually wear XS/S tops in FP, which I also did with this top. True to size. It is also VERY light material and airy, so it will be great for hot summer days! 5.12.2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by size small too big in armholes I found the size small too big. I am 36B 5ft 109lbs and the armholes are way too wide and deep on me. should have gotten an extra small...top is very cute though, great for summer light cotton material, cropped and flares 5.1.2014
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