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New Nwt Womens Porsche Oversized T Marshmallow Size L Collection Shirt Kylie on 2040-parts.com

US $88.00
Location:

Arcadia, California, United States

Arcadia, California, United States
Condition:New with tags Brand:Porsche Size:L Make:Porsche Color:Marshmallow White Gender:Women Sleeve Length:Short Sleeve

Never worn! Brand New with Tags.  

Super soft materials on this oversized T shirt.  Womens size Large (for sizing look at the last pic)

Bought this for my girlfriend, but not with her anymore,  so letting it go for a cheap price.  My loss is your gain.  Message me if you want to make an offer.  

100% Authentic from Porsche. 

Will be shipped to your confirmed PayPal address via USPS priority mail as soon as payment clears.    
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Message me if you have any questions, Thanks for looking!

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