FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress
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FAST Red caffeine cotton tennis dress

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  • Turnaround time 3-4 weeks
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COTTON TENNIS DRESS DESIGN


- Racerback design on reverse
- Made from 90% Cotton, 10% Spandex
- Soft, stretchy, lightweight fabric
- Flared skirt and fitted waist
- Hand wash in cold water only
- Designs imprinted using an advanced heat sublimation technique
- Fabric printed prior to sewing leading to a streak-free finish

CAFFEINE MOLECULE PATTERN

Monday. 7am. Only one thing can get you through the morning.. Caffeine.

You’re not alone; caffeine is used regularly by more than 80% of humans, the most common forms being coffee or tea. Coffee is the second most popular beverage in the world, beaten only by water!

The substance caffeine is actually a psychoactive drug; and the most widely used one in the world, with a total annual consumption of over 120 000 tonnes. The molecule itself is an alkaloid; a nitrogen and carbon-based ring structure (C8H10N4O2), also known as trimethylxanthine. It has a half-life of about 6 hours, and is metabolised by the liver.