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Soft oversized cardigan with striped marled pattern and knotted fringe trim. Unlined.

*33% Cotton, 22% Linen, 20% Acrylic, 12% Wool, 7% Nylon, 4% Other Fibers, 2% Mohair
*Hand Wash Cold
*Import

Measurements for Size Small:
Front Length: 20"
Back Length: 27"
Bust: 30"
Sleeve Length: 26"

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$99.95
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Marled Fringe Cardigan
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Overall Average Rating: 
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sizing:
4.4 out of 7
runs small
true to size
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14 Soft oversized cardigan with striped marled pattern and knotted fringe trim. Unlined. *33% Cotton, 22% Linen, 20% Acrylic, 12% Wool, 7% Nylon, 4% Other Fibers, 2% Mohair *Hand Wash Cold *Import Measurements for Size Small: Front Length: 20" Back Length: 27" Bust: 30" Sleeve Length: 26"
Overall Average Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
based on 14 reviews
sizing:
4.4 out of 7
runs small
true to size
runs large
Name:Simma
Location:Canada
age:21-25
body type:long and lean
Blue forest
12.24.2011- 
"This sweater is amazing! It is soo warm and soft. I am 5'8", 115 lbs and a 34c and got a size small. Its a little loose (because I am usually an xs), but shorter than I expected. Overall, so cute and perfect for winter."
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
sizing:
true to size
runs small
true to size
runs large
Location:California
age:21-25
body type:petite
Must Have!
11.17.2011- 
"This is my favorite Free People purchase thus far. I debated over whether or not to buy it because it is expensive but I'm glad that I did because it's worth it! I bought a small in the driftwood & it is dreamy! The material is soft & not scratchy. The cardigan fit comfortably but was not too loose."
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
sizing:
true to size
runs small
true to size
runs large
Location:Long Beach, CA
age:31-35

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