KAVU Isla Tank Top - Women's

KAVU Isla Tank Top - Women's
KAVU Isla Tank Top - Women's
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Isla Tank Top - Women's by KAVU
From spending some time in your garden to enjoying a mimosa with brunch, the Kavu Women's Isla Tank Top is ready to play in comfort and style. This stretchy scoop-neck tank has a stylized back strap detail, curved hem, and a relaxed fit to give you everything you're looking for in a fun, summery top.

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SKU: KAV000K
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