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"Ooo chile" crop top

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  • $15.00
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FACT: Ooo chile is uttered at least a million times a day by one woman. Consider the following:

Eatin momma's sweet potato pie chile this is good!!

So and so got cussed out by what's a name ...OOO CHILE, who!? 

Walk outside in 60 degree weather chile it's chilly out hea.

And the list goes on!

Let your "Ooo chile" crop top say it all

comfy and cozy OR light and airy you can, wear your "Ooo chile" phrase year round!

  • Weight
    0.9 lbs
  • SKU

Long sleeve crop top. 100 percent cotton. Heavyweight. Colors: Blush Pink with burgundy font. Military Green with Golden Orange font

Short sleeve Cali crop top. 100 percent cotton. Lightweight. Colors: Denim Blue with blue jean font. Black with gold font

Model is wearing S: 5'5  37-27-41 



S  - 20.5"

M - 21"

L  - 22"

XL - 24"

NOTE: You confused? No worries, I got you - take a top that fits you really well. Lay it flat and measure from arm pit to arm pit in inches. Then choose your size from my chart.

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