Nature Ride Tee | Mod Retro Vintage T-Shirts |

Nature Ride Tee | Mod Retro Vintage T-Shirts |
  • Nature Ride Tee | Mod Retro Vintage T-Shirts |
  • Nature Ride Tee | Mod Retro Vintage T-Shirts |
  • Nature Ride Tee | Mod Retro Vintage T-Shirts |
Whether you dabble with the occasional joy ride or you're an absolute bicycle buff, you're bound to go bonkers for this tangerine tee featuring a fanciful print of a pedal-pushing lass and all of her animal kingdom pals. And, as if the cheery design wasn't darling enough, this all-cotton top boasts petal-like slit sleeves and a soft-as-can-be consistency that will really get your spokes turning! Take this graphic garment on a tour around town with a full floral skirt, canvas flats, and a cute canvas satchel for a truly exquisite excursion.
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