Tiny Tallulah Top - Yellow Woven Crop

Retail $165.00

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This yellow crop top has vintage styled braids around the neckline and on the bottom hem to give the top that special detail.  The top has a lot of stretch and can fit most all sizes in the bust area, which is why it is made one size. The white trim stitched detail makes the yellow color pop.   Maybe its the color, maybe its the vintage detail, maybe its the comfort, either way, this top makes you happy! 

 

  • Comfortable fit
  • 100% recycled polyester
  • Cold wash, tumble dry low or lay flat to dry
  • May dry clean, do not bleach 
  • Model is wearing one size fits all
  • made with  in the usa

 

 

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Tiny Tallulah Top - Yellow Woven Crop