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Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style! T-shirt

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  • White regular fit polyester T-shirt
  • Exclusive FII artwork digitally printed on the front side
  • ‘Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!’ tagline printed below the artwork
  • FII’s logo printed on the back side
  • FREE matching FII badge!
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(in inches)
Chest Front Length  Across Shoulders
S 36 26 15.5
M 38 27 16.5
L 40 29 17
XL 42 30 18

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