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  • 3.1 Phillip Lim - Fringed Textured-knit Sweater
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    - 3.1 Phillip Lim ivory sweater - Mid-weight textured-knit - Fringed cuffs, ribbed trims - Slips on - 35% viscose, 35% polyamide, 22% wool, 4% cashmere, 4% angora - Dry clean Everyday staples with a touch of eccentricity - this is the vision with which Phillip Lim launched his brand in 2005. Luxurious fabrics, playful prints and intricate details elevate classic pieces, such as tailored pants and shift dresses. We love how each collection combines attitude and functionality perfectly.
  • Guess Kalei Strappy Sweater
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    Strappy details, cutouts and metal beads redefine this sleek ribbed sweater from Guess.
  • Nicopanda Sweaters
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    Nicopanda women’s black see-through sweater - nicopanda black see-through sweater - black - round neck - see-through body with panda bears pattern - shoulder zip closure - 50% polyester - 50% cotton - 100% cotton - made in china
  • Raoul - Lace-up Textured Cotton-blend Sweater
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    - Raoul ivory sweater - Mid-weight textured cotton-blend - White crepe lace-up front, ribbed trims - Slips on - 76% cotton, 24% nylon; trim: 100% polyester - Hand wash - Designer color: Coconut Milk - Imported Since its international debut in 2010, Singapore-based Raoul's sophisticated aesthetic has earned the brand a spot on the New York Fashion Week schedule. With bold paneling, punchy patterns and deft draping, design director Odile Benjamin presents a contemporary take on classic wardrobe staples.
  • Raoul - Lace-up Textured Cotton-blend Sweater
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    - Raoul ivory sweater - Mid-weight textured cotton-blend - Lace-up front, ribbed trims - Slips on - 64% cotton, 30% nylon, 5% rayon, 1% spandex - Hand wash - Designer color: Coconut Milk - Imported Since its international debut in 2010, Singapore-based Raoul's sophisticated aesthetic has earned the brand a spot on the New York Fashion Week schedule. With bold paneling, punchy patterns and deft draping, design director Odile Benjamin presents a contemporary take on classic wardrobe staples.

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