Stripe-Through Terry Pullover

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  • By Left of Center
  • Cotton, rayon, spandex
  • Machine wash
  • 29"L
  • USA
  • Style #: 27028067
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Runs big I hadn't really noticed this top on line, but saw one on the sales rack at Anthro & looked much more appealing. It was the only one in XS & fit great. I typically wear S in most Anthro tops - occasionally XS. This top definitely runs big & wide. The XS is just perfect & it still has that loose fit. I'm 5'4" & I had no problem with the length on this top & neither the sleeves. If you are lean & long, XS might not be a good length for you. Overall, I like the casual & soft look/feel of this top & already wore it with colored skinny jeans :) May 29, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by meh Tried it on and initially loved it - went back later and purchased the red, got it home and tried it on with jeans, cargos, and realized that it was kind of shapeless made me look wider in the waist area. My red & gray thin stripe Pure & Good tee looks way better, so didn't really need this afterall. Nice weight, length and pattern though March 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by new take on a classic shirt I love this pullover. I saw it in the store window in red paired with a sailboat print skirt. The usual white stripe is grey. The shirt has dolman sleeves and a little trim at the neckline. The fabric is surprisingly heavy but feels great. It's comfy and can be worn throughout the seasons. March 14, 2013
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How to Measure


Measure under your arms at the fuller part of your bust. Keep tape level across your shoulder blades.

Natural Waist

Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose.

Drop Waist

Measure around your body 1 1/2" below your natural waist.


Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.


Using a pair of your pants that fit well, measure from crotch seam to bottom of leg.


Wrap a length of string around your finger and mark where the end touches. Measure the distance between the end of the string and the mark you've made to determine what size to order.

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