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Here’s a combo/bundle of our feminine cut “girly shirt” (with the “I heart HM” design with reflective/metalic red ink for the heart) and our “Back Page” design from the magazine.*

*This one was on the back of the Mar/Apr 2007 issue #124.

$14

Quantity:

Let’s be honest: I haven’t figured out a way to conveniently code this bundle to allow getting two different sizes of the shirts. It’s set up to get the same size in both shirts. If this is a huge issue for you, please complain to me and I’ll act if I hear enough complaints (editor@hmmag.com).

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