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Size Chart:
Small------Bust 37.01''----Sleeve 23.62''---Length 25.59''
Medium---Bust 38.98''----Sleeve 24.02''---Length 25.98''
Large------Bust 40.55''----Sleeve 24.41''---Length 26.38''
X-Large---Bust 42.52''----Sleeve 24.8''---Length 26.77''
XX-Large--Bust 44.09''--Sleeve 25.2''--Length 27.17''
3X-Large--Bust 45.67''--Sleeve 25.59''--Length 27.56''
4X-Large--Bust 47.24''--Sleeve 25.98''--Length 27.95''
5X-Large--Bust 48.82''--Sleeve 26.38''--Length 28.35''

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Material: Polyester
Sleeve length: Long Sleeve
Style: Casual
Collar type: Lapel

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Druids love and respect the natural world and celebrate eight special festival times during the year. They work to develop their creativity, to foster community and compassion, and to study spiritual teachings. They are interested in meditation, mysticism and magic as means to improve their lives and the lives of others, and are often engaged in projects to preserve, protect and restore the natural world, and celebrate the creative arts.

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