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  • This Gwenyth Pullover Sweater is a splash of style and pinch of comfort. The soft French terry fabric is interrupted with a delicate eyelet inset at the sleeves to add a feminine touch to your cool-weather wardrobe.

      Fabric & Care

    • Machine wash cold.
    • Lay flat to dry.
    • 70% Cotton/20% Polyester/10% Viscose.
    • Soft, French terry fabric.


    • Pullover sweater.
    • Wide v-neckline.
    • Eyelet fabric insets at sleeves.
    • Raglan sleeves.
    • Raw edge detailing.
    • Ribbed cuffs and hemline.
    • Side slits at hem.
    • Metal logo badge at side hem.

      Sizing & Fit

    • Semi-fitted.
    • 26" length.

    Country of Origin

    • Imported


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