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"Gaslight" Racerback Tank (Lady's)

$39.99

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About this Design: The image of the Victorian gaslight is well-known to Plague Rats around that world as a recurring motif in Emilie Autumn's novel The Asylum For Wayward Victorian Girls. The symbol was made even more famous by her song "Gaslight" from the album Fight Like A Girl (and which will also be featured in the upcoming Asylum Musical).

EA has created this entirely original artwork to celebrate the iconic image of a 19th century gas-lit lamp and offers it to you now as a stunning racerback tank top. With a more feminine shape than our unisex tank and a rounded hem, this top is silky, ultra-comfortable, super soft, and lightweight, with a matte finish (not too much shine!).

*Note: Our garments are individually printed, cut, and sewn by hand in Los Angeles, CA just for you as you order them, so please allow 2-7 days for the creation of this item (3 is most common), in addition to shipping time, which will depend upon the shipping method you choose at checkout.

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*Another Note: This item may ship separately from other items in your order so that all items get to you as quickly as possible. In this case, you will receive multiple tracking numbers by email.

PRODUCT DETAILS

• Fabric is soft, silky 100% breathable Polyester Jersey
• Sublimation printed image is heat-sealed into the fabric, and will never crack or fade
• You may notice thin, unprinted creases in the side seams of sublimation printed tanks—this is unavoidable, but most customers are not bothered by this as the front and back of the shirt is unaffected
• Individually made by hand in Los Angeles, CA

MEASUREMENTS

Size / Chest (inches) / Waist (inches)

X Small / 28-30 / 23-24
Small / 30-32 / 25-26
Medium / 32-34 / 27-28
Large / 36-38 / 30-32
X Large / 40-42 / 33-35
XX Large / 44-46 / 36-38

CARE & CLEANING

• Machine and hand washable in cold water
• Hang to dry
• Do not bleach or iron

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