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Marilyn Monroe's Recycled Long-Sleeve Crop Top Since 1962


No. 2022003044


According to the very same Vogue magazine, Marilyn Monroe posed for the lens of photographer George Barris, on the beaches of Santa Monica, weeks before her disappearance, wearing her underwear and an oversized black sweater, made in Chiconcuac (Mexico) as unique garments. ). We have updated it in our laboratory and in all the fashionable colors to bring it closer to you. Grab this unique model as soon as possible and capture the pure essence of the seductive power of the most iconic blonde in the history of mankind. This short, long-sleeved version is made with recycled polyester and select elastane, making it an ecological option to enjoy in harmony with our times. The crop top has a removable care label and a wide, double-layered waistband for a comfortable fit. Get it here, easy, fast and for a limited time before all stocks run out.

• Fabric composition: 81% REPREVE recycled polyester, 19% LYCRA® XTRA LIFE™.

• Fabric weight in Mexico: 7.52 oz/yd² (255 g/m²).

• UPF 50+

• Removable care label

• Adaptable fabric for a perfect fit to your body.

* Printed with care label.

* Inspirational women's cut and tailoring, wide double layered waistband and raglan sleeves.

* Oversized seams.

* Handmade.

* Artisan labor accompanies this garment throughout the entire process: Design, clothing, quality control, packaging and shipping.

This product is made exclusively for you as soon as you place your order, that's why we take a little longer to deliver it to you. Making products to order instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction and the subsequent impact on the environment, as well as turning your garment into a piece of unique value. Thank you for making smart and thoughtful decisions while protecting the health of our planet.

If you want it; get him now.


Marilyn Monroe's Recycled Long-Sleeve Crop Top Since 1962

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