Prana Foundation Long-Sleeve Tunic - Women's

Prana Foundation Long-Sleeve Tunic - Women's
Prana Foundation Long-Sleeve Tunic - Women's
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Foundation Long-Sleeve Tunic - Women's by Prana
The Prana Women's Long-Sleeve Foundation Tunic gives you a trendy look for autumn. Constructed with lightweight synthetic fabric, it breathes well to keep you comfortable through hay rides and pumpkin patch adventures with the kids. The flowy fabric drapes in a flattering fashion and the dropped hem extends your silhouette. This top styles nicely with leggings or fitted pants, helping you easily create a casually chic look.

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SKU: PRA00YF
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