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These t-shirts are all grown up enough for mom yet retain the youthful spirit our girls will adore. Lotty Dotty has developed a new interactive T-shirt concept that allows one to change the look of one'??s T-shirt by using 3D detachable parts. We're loving this special edition to raise funds for breast cancer research.

To launch Lotty Dotty; designers Maya and Shevanne came up with a '??Unveil Your Pink'? tee for a fundraising auction to benefit the Komen South Florida Affiliate. The T-shirts were so well-received and in high demand that they have decided to continue production and sell them, for women and girls, until October 1st. 10% of the proceeds will go to the South Florida Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. The women's version is $80 and the girls is $70.

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