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Dip-dyed "V"-neck ribbed tee with short cap sleeves. Super soft, lightweight feel. Oversized swing shape with alternating lengths all around.

We the Free brings us back to our down-to-earth, All-American roots, made mostly with casual cottons that have a lightly distressed and perfectly worn in feel.
*65% Polyester, 35% Rayon
*Machine Wash Cold
*Import

Measurements for Small:

Length at Shortest Point: 25"
Length at Longest Point: 28 1/2"
Bust (all around): 52"
Sleeve Length: 8 7/8"

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Price:
$19.95
Availability
Available in XL!
Rated 2 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by odd but cute I am 5'6" 125lbs 34A and the small was pretty roomy, but that's the look. The only downfall of this tee is the sleeves. They're not really even sleeves, it's more of a muscle shirt. When you put the tee on it does look like it does on the model but the sleeves are so awkward feeling. I will keep this for its layering effect because of the low price but the sleeves are that weird that I may not wear it on its own. Also mine was a lot more bright blue on the bottom than the picture suggests but it's really pretty. 8.9.2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not good for me AT ALL From the pics, I thought this may be cut similar to the Shoreline tee, which I have and absolutely love. NOT the case. The taupe/charcoal is a nice color combo BUT the sleeves were beyond weird, somewhat restrictive (even though top is oversized), and this in no way worked for me. I'm not sure if the almost sweater-like fabric is what made it hang so awkwardly on me, but it just didn't work. I really wanted to love this (birthday present to myself) but sent it back immediately. I ordered the XS and it was still absolutely HUGE. Disappointed :( 6.19.2013
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