Refracted Scarab Cardigan

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Inspired by the framework of beetles, Damien Hirst's butterfly paintings and Christopher Marley's insect artwork, this beaded linen cardi is the perfect summer cover-up. By Edie, from London-based designer and Chelsea College of Art and Design graduate Flo Spurling, who specializes in embellished and adorned sweaterknit.
  • Button front
  • Linen
  • Hand wash
  • 19"L
  • Imported
  • Style #: 24850992
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Rated 3 out of 5 by The fit was far too large! I usually wear a medium in sweaters due to my broad shoulders even though a smile suffices otherwise however this medium was much MUCH more overwhelming than usual. The beading is okay and just makes me nervous as they seem like they'll fall of easily. I wouldn't recommend this piece. June 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful beading I thought this was much prettier in person, but was hoping it would go on sale. I usually wear a small but sometimes an extra small. I took an extra small in this one. It is just beautiful & dresses up anything from a skirt to jeans. It is more cropped than long, which looks good on my short frame. I wear it over short sleeved T's & light sleeveless or short-sleeved sweaters, but it will be great over a long sleeved T also when our weather is colder. It is beautifully made & the beading has many colors, so it will go with a lot. I have worn it 4 times & am careful, but have had no pulls in the sweater or any beads to fall off. You will get lots of compliments because it is eye-catching, original, & different from every other sweater. It is not too heavy & I feel pretty in it! October 15, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by So-so The fit of this sweater is large. Not sure if that's intentional or not based on the cut. Is too hot and heavy (lots of beading) for summer wear. The beads were already detaching from the one I tried on in the store. Very pricey on top of all that. Seems caught mid-way between dressy and casual. July 2, 2012
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