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Winter Women Color Block Long Sleeve Cardigan Open Front Tunic K

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Winter Women Color Block Long Sleeve Cardigan Open Front Tunic K

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Winter Women Color Block Long Sleeve Cardigan Open Front Tunic Knitted Sweater

Specifications:
Knitted sweater, easy to match with your daily outfits.
Soft and breathable material, comfortable to wear.
Featuring with color block design, which is stylish.
 
Type: Cardigan
Gender: Women's
Size Type: Regular
Material: Cotton Blended
Garment Care: Hand-Wash
Sleeve Type: Long Sleeve
Style: Fashion
Occasion: Daily Wear, Shopping, Vacation, Dating, etc
Features: Open Front, Comfortable, Color Block, Loose
Size Details
[Our Size S] Bust: 90cm/35.43", Length: 89cm/35.04'' (Approx.)
[Our Size M] Bust: 94cm/37.01", Length: 90cm/35.43'' (Approx.)
[Our Size L] Bust: 98cm/38.58", Length: 91cm/35.83'' (Approx.)
[Our Size XL] Bust: 102cm/40.16", Length: 92cm/36.22'' (Approx.)
[Our Size 2XL] Bust: 106cm/41.73", Length: 93cm/36.61'' (Approx.)
 
Notes:
Please refer to our size chart and choose the right size.
Due to the light and screen setting difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures.
 
Package Includes:
1 x Cardigan


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