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S---Shoulder 14.5---Sleeve 6.1---Bust 32.7---Waist 31.9---Center Back Length 32.1

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XXL---Shoulder 17.1---Sleeve 7.2---Bust 43.6---Waist 42.8---Center Back Length 34.4

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