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SKU: 45408001
Product Code: 8138021
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  • Get head-turning style with the Indica Romper. The flattering surplice front and large floral print create an ultra-feminine outfit.

      Fabric & Care

    • Hand wash cold.
    • Hang to dry.
    • 100% Viscose.


    • One piece romper.
    • Large scale floral print.
    • Surplice v-neckline with hidden metal snap.
    • Elastic at waist.
    • Pockets at side seams.
    • 3/4 sleeve design.
    • Metal Billabong logo badge.
    • Fully lined.

      Sizing & Fit

    • Hidden snap at neckline for secure coverage.
    • Elastic at waist for flattering fit.
    • 2" inseam.

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