- Who says you can't look stylishly sweet while you're in your workout gear?
- Crew neck.
- Long sleeves with ribbed cuffs.
- Ribbed hem.
- Adorned with silver-tone hardware.
- 94% organic cotton, 6% polyester.
- Hand wash cold, line dry.
- Length: 31 in
- Product measurements were taken using size SM. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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adidas by Stella McCartney ES Stud Pullover
I love this pullover! This with some leggings and comfy boots is the perfect outfit for running errands. For once I can look like I have it together. It does run big so keep that in mind. I was worried about the studs but they are subtle. You should really purchase this pullover.
- Heather W - customer
- from Baltimore
- February 1, 2013
I have really enjoyed this pullover. Every time I wear it I get compliments. Very comfortable and wearable. I wear it with tights and boots and over exercise clothes. Great quality and washes well. I have not put it in the dryer because I don't want to take a chance on shrinkage.
- Caroline k - customer
- from Richmond,VA
- January 27, 2013
Great item, very chic! Much more stylish than your average sweat shirt. Looks great with skinny jeans & boots.
- Anonymous - customer
- from UK and Kansas
- August 24, 2012
Cute, fashion-forward casual top to wear with leggings. I'm a size 6 and the small is perfect. The top has a wide banded bottom that fits snugly and can be adjusted up or down. But if you adjust it too far down it fits over the behind like a very short, tight dress. Not the look for everyone. I hiked it up just over the butt. The banding is tight so that it would show the seams and pockets of jeans, so they are really only good for wear on top of leggings or yoga-type pants. The sleeves are also banded and the banded portion is tight. I wore them pushed up and folded over. The one complaint I have is that the sweatshirt material is stiff, not soft. So after washing by hand and laying flat to dry, it still feels stiffish. Maybe washing in Downey or something like that will help. I don't think it will last very long, given the material.
I'd also recommend: Calvin Klein, Michael Kors
- Anonymous - customer
- from Southern California
- January 4, 2013
I am between a size small and x-small. I am 5'2", and 120 lbs. I just got this in the mail this morning and it was huge. Very overpowering. I like the quality and the material, but it is going back because it was way oversized.
- Katie - customer
- from Baltimore
- October 31, 2012