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28 Style 10 Piece=5 Pairs/lot Cute Harajuku Animal Socks Women Summer Korean Cat Bear Rabbit Funny Low Cut Ankle Sock Happy Sox

8.30 dh


Brand Name: AMOZAE
Origin: CN(Origin)
Material: Polyester
Material: Cotton
Thickness: Thin (Summer)
Obscene Picture: No
Sexually Suggestive: No
Sock Type: Casual
Pattern Type: Animal
Gender: WOMEN
Model Number: Cute Animal Socks Set
Item Length: EU 35-40, US 5-7.5
Item Type: Sock
Function: Absorb sweat, Anti-friction, Breathable
For The Season: Winter, Spring, Autumn,Summer
Packaging: Simple OPP Bag Wrapped
Applicable Categories: Women,girls,mujer,female,ladies
Color Style: Candy Color
Product Category: Cotton Socks Set
Style: Cartoon,Lovely
Quantity: 5 Pairs
Item: Womens socks,happy socks,funny socks,
Characteristic: Casual socks,Chausette,calcetines,harajuku
Gifts: Funny sweet special creative gifts,birthday
Pattern: Cute cartoon animal,korean lovely,Japanese
Animal items: Cat,bear,rabbit,totoro,frog,panda,dog,kitten
Cute items: Candy color,heart,fruit,watermelon,pineapp
Funny items: Cartoon superheroes,cute animal,character

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