Cosabella Women’s Bella Plus Size Short Sleeve Boxer Pajama Set, Miami Pink/Twilight, 1X
Cosabella Women's Bella Plus Size Short Sleeve Boxer Pajama Set, Miami Pink/Twilight, 1X
- Super soft and comfortable pajama set
- Short sleeve button-down shirt with contrasting trimming
- Bust pocket. Lapel collar
- Pullover short with contrasting satin trimming
Extended sizes lend comfort and beauty to a full figure. Exclusively made for dress sizes 12-22.
Cosabella Women's Bella Plus Size Short Sleeve Boxer Pajama Set, Miami Pink/Twilight, 1X, Cosabella Women's IA
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