BALANCE PRINT ACTIVE T SHIRTClearanceI'm  Extra 30% off



Style Number: P30097

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Bend, stretch and move in style with the Balance Print Active T Shirt from our new, plus-size activewear collection. This chic activewear top features an exclusive print with a modern, abstract design in stunning colours. So, whether you're off to yoga, heading to the gym or are simply going on a coffee run, you're sure to look fabulous! 


  • Exclusive print!
  • Round neckline.
  • Extended cap sleeves (25cm in length from side neck).
  • Smooth knit fabric with stretch for easy movement. 
  • Cold gentle machine wash, warm iron on reverse side, dry cleanable.

Measures: 75cm long from centre back neck to hemline on a size XS.

Model: wears a size XS and is 175cm tall.

Fabrication: 95% Polyester, 5% Elastane.

Fit Guide: Regular fit. Fabric has stretch. See size guide for help determining your best fit.

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  • New Zealand - $15AUD Flat Rate Delivery
  • Rest of the World - $30AUD Flat Rate Delivery

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- Berwick

Great top - the fabric is lovely and soft and I love the pattern. Looks great with denim as well as black. I will get a lot of wear out of this. True to size.

(Posted on 2 May 2019)