Betty Boop, the popular cartoon character introduced to the world by cartoonist Max Fleischer in 1930, was actually inspired by a real-life African American jazz singer and entertainer from Harlem named Esther Jones. Her stage name was "Baby Esther", but unfortunately, when her character become the first and most famous sex symbol in animation she was whitewashed with most people having no idea where the original inspiration came from.
If style that turns heads is your thing, then the Bella+Canva 7503 women's cropped sweatshirt is exactly what you asked for. Made with fleece material that’s breathable and smooth to the touch, these classic women’s cropped shirts are the perfect everyday choice. The drop-shoulder seam along with the relaxed fit make for a comfy yet flattering look.
.: 52% Airlume combed and ringspun cotton 48% Polyester
.: Medium fabric (7.0 oz /yd² (240 g/m²))
.: Relaxed fit
.: Tear-away label