08 Apr '12, 8pm

Buy Pact underwear and help to raise money for community projects all over the globe

Buy Pact underwear and help to raise money for community projects all over the globe

In partnership with Citizen Effect, PACT is sharing the love all over the world. When you buy PACT this Spring, you're helping us raise money for community projects in Uganda, India, and America. 95% organic cotton / 5% elastane. Machine washable. Responsibly manufactured at Egedeniz Tekstil in Turkey. This item fits true to size.

Full article: http://www.kaightshop.com/heartsbikini.html

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