Opole Hooded Sweater

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  • By Sparrow
  • Side pockets
  • Zip front
  • Cotton, rayon, linen
  • Hand wash
  • 23"L
  • Imported
  • Style #: 26632190


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Rated 4 out of 5 by calming/ cooling, cute, casual, clean, comfortable I love the geometric touches. I say calming/ cooling because the material isn't warming like cashmere or wool. It's a denser knit that weighs down slightly and feels cool to the touch. 34B 125 lbs felt comfortable in a small where I could comfortable wear a casual t-shirt underneath or a cozy long sleeve t. Definitely a good spring piece when the time of year comes to wet weather Washington. For someone who mostly wears dark colors, I would feel comfortable adding this white based piece to my closet. The blk/wht color combo did not darken my skin even more had it been only white/ light colors. As much as I love the look and feel of it, I don't love it enough/ can't use it in the current weather enough to make it worth the full price. (I'd rather spend it on one of Anthro's heavier jackets - like the Judith Collar in blue that I bought during holiday sales!). January 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Geometric + Slubby Worth the sale price, this piece is perfect for the transition between Spring and Summer. Perfectly paired with a denim shirt, the hooded comfort piece has just enough geometric print to be pretty and just enough textures to make it fun. Warning, the arms are on the slim side and may be diifficult to wear with a denim shirt. May 8, 2013
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