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Short Hoodie Women's Pullover

$40.00

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Whether Stock: Is

Whether Cross Border Supply of Goods: Is

Type: Loose Women's

Type: Pullovers

Thickness: Fleece

Thickness: Fleece

Supply of Goods Type: Currently Available

Style: City Casual

Style: Casual

Stock Type: Whole Transaction

Sleeve Type: Convention Sleeve

Sleeve Style: Regular

Sleeve Length(cm): Full

Sleeve Length: Long Sleeve

Size: M,L,XL,XXL

Season: All season

Release Date: Autumn 2022

Product Category: Hoodie/Sweaters

Popular Elements: Joint

Placket: Single Breasted

Place of Origin: Guangzhou

Place Of Origin: China (Mainland)

Pattern Type: Solid

Pattern: Solid Color

Origin: Mainland China

Material: Cotton

Main Picture Source: Photo Shoot Non-Model

Main Fabric Ingredients of Content: 71%-80%

Main Fabric Ingredients: Cotton

Lining Ingredients: Cotton

Item Type: Hoodies

Item Number: cj-02

Hooded: Yes

Gender: WOMEN

Fit Type: Loose Fit

Fabric Type: Cotton

Fabric Name: Cotton Type Blended

Fabric 2 Ingredients of Content: 71%-80%

Fabric 2 Ingredients: Cotton

Elasticity: Slight Strech

Combination Form: One-Piece Case

Collar-type: Crew Neck

Collar: Hooded

Clothing Style: Korean-style

Clothing Length: Short

CN: Jiangxi

Applicable Sex: Women's

Age Range: Adult

Age: 18-24

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