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Burnout Long-Sleeve Raglan

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The ideal layer in any season, this sheer, soft long-sleeve tee features raglan sleeves and a thick bottom band. We used our vintage-inspired Burnout fabric, hand-treated and authentically weathered for a perfectly worn-in look and feel. Womens contemporary fit.

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This is a soft, comfortable shirt. It has a good fit, but I would get a size bigger. Feb 17th By Rebecca Grant
Love how it is thin enough to layer and wear it for just about any season or occasion.
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