Product Description
Product Description

Don't skip the drama when you're dressing for a day off. Top your favorite jeans with a short striped pullover touched by deep, striking dip dye tinting. Lightweight textured slub knit keeps this sweater feeling as good as it looks.

  • Wide crew neck with ribbed trim
  • Drop shoulders, three quarter sleeves
  • All-over stripe with dip dye tinting, 20" long
  • Straight hem with ribbed trim, lightly sheer slub knit
  • Cotton/Rayon
  • Machine wash
  • Imported

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Great buy I got this sweater in orange and I wear a cami under because it is a little bit see through. I'm not sure if its just me but I didn't read any reviews that said it was cropped. It looks great with mid to high rise jeans or shorts. May 12, 2014
Great essential to grab and go! This top is an essential for anyone that finds them self constantly on the go! Classic with shorts, or jeans of any color. This light sweater that can be worn through all of the seasons thanks to its light material that allows adequate air flow even with the temperature rising! Just throw it in your bag or tote to have a back up anytime you may need a backup, or a quick change. Great for long drives, or long flights! March 20, 2014
Everything's Great Except for the Name The sweater is unique & great for going out or just lounging. I love everything about it but "slub"? Doesn't really suit this awesome shirt. The fit is oversized & looks great that way but if you're looking for a tighter fit I'd size down February 27, 2014
Love it! Good for casual days out. Pair with shorts and it looks super cute. Love the gradient and color. All and all, very happy with my purchase. February 19, 2014
casual look great for shopping or running errands. good day time look. February 16, 2014