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- Right as rain. Forecast a fabulous future in this Rebeca Taylor™ Striped Pullover dress!
- Scoop neck.
- Long sleeves.
- Gathered waistline.
- Flared bottom hem.
- 42% acrylic, 21% wool, 13% alpaca, 11% viscose, 11% nylon and 2% other fibers.
- Dry clean only.
- Length: 46 in
- Product measurements were taken using size SM. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Rebecca Taylor Striped Pullover
The dress is quite lovely -- I really like the silver threads shot through it -- and fits well. My only complaint is that, considering it is a long-sleeved sweater dress (and therefore presumably for fall/winter), I thought that the material would be thicker. It's actually on the flimsy side and will require special care, which I wasn't expecting. You will definitely want to wear a slip with it, both for coverage and to prevent static cling.
- Catherine C - customer
- from Greater Boston, MA
- February 4, 2012