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CITY GOAT FARM - HILDY - Women's Ideal Racerback Tank

CITY GOAT FARM - HILDY - Women's Ideal Racerback Tank

Regular price $26.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $26.99 USD
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A high-quality print of this slim fit tank-top will turn heads! Bystanders won't be disappointed - the racerback cut looks good on any woman's shoulders.


.: Slim fit: Runs smaller than usual
.: Tear-away label

Materials

.: Material: 60% combed, ring-spun cotton, 40% polyester
.: Extra light fabric (4 oz/yd² (135 g/m²))

Shipping & Returns

This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Usually it takes up to 2 - 5 days to be ready to ship. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions! Please also make sure to pick the right size for apparel items. Since it is customized for you, The printers don't accept exchange except damaged items and wrong items. Please feel free to ask me anytime regarding sizing!

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Care Instructions

Machine wash: cold (max 30C or 90F); Do not bleach; Tumble dry: low heat; Do not iron; Do not dryclean.

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THE STORY OF HILDY AND HEIDI

Hildy and her twin sister Heidi were born in February after their mom Brie and her family were rescued from a neglect situation. Heidi was very strong when she was born, while Hildy almost didn't make it. So Heidi encouraged her sister and helped her learn to start climbing. They made a tunnel under the hay bales to sleep at night and always slept curled together.  Heidi taught Hildy all the happy things in their life. They always had an adventure together, until Heidi passed. Now Hildy has grown up and is beautiful. Her mom Brie looks at her being so proud of her standing her own. And Hildy knows Heidi's spirit is always by her side. If you listen you can hear Heidi singing an early summer song to her sister and telling her to dance.