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Pieced together lace and metallic knitted tunic with bead embellishment. Keyhole opening at upper back.

*69% Rayon, 24% Nylon, 3% Polyester, 2% Spandex
*Hand Wash Cold
*Import

Measurements for Size Small:
Length: 29"
Bust (all around): 32"
Armhole Drop: 9"

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$69.95
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by VERY thin Got this in the mail. True to size, however the top back of the sweater was coming apart from the lower piece. Had to sew it back on!! I'm finding free people uses fabric that is hanky weight and not holding up very well. The confetti sweater I bought unravelled by the shoulder - haven't even washed that yet and only wore it once. USE THICKER FABRICS. For the cost, very low quality. 2.3.2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pretty but not for me I purchased a small and medium. Im a size 8 USA and the medium did fit better though it just didnt do me justice. I think the colours maybe washed me out and it hung on me strangely. Im 5'3 so Im thinking if I was taller it would have looked better on me. The lace and other materials are really pretty and I wish it worked out. Both sent back so if your waiting ~ a small or medium will be back in stock soon. 1.20.2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by beautiful~ the model and the lighting of these photos online do not show how beautiful this tunic is. Normally I purchase clothes online from free people- good thing I stopped by the store today or else I would have never bought this online!! It's a bit darker like a beige color and has gold metallic knitting woven in. I love it. My only worry is the gold knitting - it is delicate so this top will be difficult to wash but I'll worry about that later. Going to wear this will darker stockings and wear it as a dress for nye. :) 12.19.2012
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