Bacon for President (you can change text)

Women's Organic V-Neck T-Shirt by Stanley & Stella

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Bacon for President (you can change text)
Bacon for President (you can change text)
Bacon for President (you can change text)
Bacon for President (you can change text)

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Bacon for President (you can change text)
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Bacon for President (you can change text)
Bacon for President (you can change text)

Bacon for President (you can change text)

Women's Organic V-Neck T-Shirt by Stanley & Stella

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26,99 €
incl. VAT (EU), Plus delivery.
normal fitRegional sizing GB

 Women's Organic V-Neck T-Shirt by Stanley & Stella is in stock. We will print it as soon as you order it.

Delivery time: 3-6 working days
Slightly tapered T-shirt for women with subtle V-neck. 100% organic cotton, brand: Stanley & Stella

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Description

It’s in the detail: This comfortable and feminine T-shirt is a feel-good garment to give your every-day look a stylish dimension.
Please note: The product was slightly adapted by the manufacturer (neck and hem). Your order may temporarily contain items from the old and new stock.
  • Brand: Stanley & Stella
  • formfitting
  • pleasantly light fabrics: 120g/m²
  • Material: 100% cotton from organic production

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Product dimensions measured on a flatly laid out product.

Size
A (cm)
B (cm)
S
64.0
44.5
M
66.0
47.5
L
68.0
50.5
XL
69.0
53.5
XXL
69.0
56.5

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Design Details

Ba-Co-N (bacon) - Full

Ba-Co-N (bacon) - Full

The word bacon created from three elements from the periodic table (Barium, Cobalt and Nitrogen) with the customisable text: 'for president'. Colors can be changed, text can be changed (or removed).

Tags: Element Periodic Table bacon barium chemistry cobalt geek nerd nitrogen